Tell Us: What Former Lynnfield Business Do You Miss The Most?

As we head into a new year, with a new business era on the horizon for Lynnfield - what former town businesses do you miss?

In 2012, Lynnfield came close to losing what may be its most longstanding business when Pocahontas Spring Water almost shut down. Otherwise, a lot of this year's business news focused on what's coming up in town later in 2013 - particularly, future tenants at the Market Street at Lynnfield project.

In just a few short weeks, longtime local landmark The Ship is also set to re-open its doors, which will generate its own share of area media attention.

But one thing about a new year - it's as good a time to look back as it is to look forward. So with that, I ask you: Is there a Lynnfield business that closed down within the past few years that you miss or recall fondly? Answer in the comments box below!

E.L.Emery December 31, 2012 at 02:07 PM
I miss Wortherns and Town Line Restaurant
Momma Bear December 31, 2012 at 02:37 PM
Bostonville the pizza was delicious....
Tom December 31, 2012 at 09:40 PM
Definately the Big Dog,best place to watch a game,and the Pioneer Shop
Jack Conley January 07, 2013 at 10:02 PM
Jack, Well depends on what you like, The Kernwood, definitely had the best prime rib and Delmonico potatoes. Goodwins, had the best fried clams, the only place that comes close is Farnum's in Essex. How about Good Luck Farm, always a great BBQ chicken. New England Oyster House, excellent seafood. And of course the Colonial, With any luck we can replace all these fabulous restaurants at Market Street.
Nikki January 08, 2013 at 02:16 AM
You hit the nail right on the head, Jack, about the BBQ chicken at Good Luck Farm and the prime rib and Delmonico potatoes at Kernwood. I've been trying to duplicate their recipe with no luck...anyone know it? How does Farnum's compare to Woodman's fried clams?


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