Huge Russian Parties coming to Linden Street?

The "Russian Benevolent Society" will be at the Zoning Board of Appeal on March 26 seeking to increase their capacity for a "restaurant / lounge with live entertainment" to 450 people with outdoor seating for 90.

In 2011 they got permission to serve dinner and liquor Thursday through Sunday night. (Under the society's old club license, it could only open to serve meals and liquors for functions.) \

In 2012 they got permission to serve dinner seven days a week. (The society, originally set up as a private club, had been open to the public Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m)

I wonder what they will do in 2014?

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous4:39 PM

    This is exactly what the Allston Civic Association had warned us about. This is turning into a huge night club in a residential neighborhood. More crime, more noise, more traffic.... I hope the ACA is going to do something about this!