0.5 min readBy Published On: October 25th, 2018Categories: Eat and Drink4 Comments on Amrheins gets the green light to re-open

Last weekend it was reported that the legendary Southie restaurant had to close its doors suddenly last Friday afternoon.  A sign posted on the door read, “Due to unforeseen circumstances Amrheins will be closed until further notice.”  Later a notice from the City of Boston was posted stating the restaurant was closed by Boston Inspectional Services Department – Health Division for the protection of public health.   Seems Amrheins was inspected on October 19th and received some health codes violations.  

Well, according to Universal Hub,  The City of Boston health inspector fixed the violations and can now re-open for business.


  1. Brian October 25, 2018 at 1:17 pm - Reply

    Amrheins hasn’t been the same for a few years now. Between their desire to sell and that very lengthy list of health code violations on October 19th and 24th, I think I’ve had my last meal there. Definitely miss the quality of food back when Rich Ansara was chef. I’ll stick to Shenanigans

    • Not so New to The Hood October 25, 2018 at 2:07 pm - Reply

      If it weren’t for the remaining loyalists, it wouldn’t exist today. That is for sure.

  2. John October 25, 2018 at 1:46 pm - Reply

    I agree with Brian’s comments 100% about Amrheins. Definetly had my last meal there.

  3. sunshine October 26, 2018 at 11:26 am - Reply

    I thought they sold the place anyway…..but yeah I’m good with going there….even their $25.00 gift certificate that was mailed to a lot of people (expiring the end of October) won’t cut it for me anymore….Thanks for the memories and great food over the years guys but just not the same anymore!!

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