Plymouth: Nix’s Restaurant in front of Selectmen again, town says there are new violations

For the second time in two weeks, Nix’s Restaurant is schedule to appear before the Plymouth Board of Selectmen for a public hearing tonight.  Last week the ABCC, the state Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, revoked the Nix liquor license. 

The waterfront restaurant has about a month left on the suspension of its amplified music permit, ordered by the Select Board.  Town Manager Melissa Arrighi explains why there will be another hearing tonight: 

“We received numerous complaints that they were indeed blaring music out the windows.  Those reports were substantiated.  So, we were bringing them back into the Selectmen’s meeting to talk to them about what occurred.”

Based on comments from those concerned, Nix’s entertainment license could be in jeopardy. Arrighi says the Board will “really take a look at that comprehensive entertainment license, which is granted solely by the Board of Selectmen to see if that should even continue.” 

There is some speculation that the restaurant has already closed, and they have, but according to a sign on their front door, it is a temporary shut down. Selectmen meet tonight at 7:00.

Sign on the front of Nix's Restaurant. Photo by Bobbi Clark/WATD

Sign on the front door of Nix’s Restaurant. Photo by Bobbi Clark/WATD

About Bobbi Clark

Bobbi Clark is a Plymouth area reporter at WATD. She began her career in radio as a producer at a news/talk radio station in Chicago. From there she went to WMAQ-TV, the NBC owned and operated television station in Chicago, As a producer there, she won 5 Emmy Awards for production of special programming. Bobbi is a graduate of Emerson College, with a degree in Writing, Publishing and Literature.