Popular Jamaica Plain restaurant closing in January after 27 years in business

BOSTON — A popular Jamaica Plain restaurant is closing its doors after 27 years in business.

The Dogwood, a popular sport for pizza, craft beers and cocktails is shutting down.

The restaurant located on Washington Street, is set to serve their final customers on Jan. 14, 2023, an announcement on their website and social media indicated.

“It is with deep regret and a heavy heart that after 27 years The Dogwood will be closing its doors for good January 14th, 2023. We are thankful for the continued patronage & support the community has offered through the years. To all our faithful & loyal Dogwood friends & family we thank you for the memories & look forward to having one more with you before we go to exchange the stories & memories this great establishment has offered us all. We hope to see you in these next few weeks.”

The Dogwood is known for their wood-fire pizzas as well as fish and chips, mac & cheese and wings. They also have a selection of local and regional beers, margaritas, sangria and other cocktails that rotate seasonally.

The announcement did not state the reason for closing.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates as more information becomes available.

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