There is not much skipping or stone throwing at Coolidge Corner's new restaurant, --which .
Tow told Eater, "We’re happy! We were surprised that there was such interest; we were pretty busy the first day we opened. Pretty exciting to see that maybe we did something right."
He also described some technical difficulties with the air conditioning, which Tow said had been working fine until opening day. Technicians were able to get the unit working at half capacity.
The restaurant focuses on craft beer and scotch offerings, as well as comfort foods in a warm, family-friendly space. The restaurant opened in , which shuttered around the New Year.
Construction on the site began after Tow and his co-owner David Ng got approval. The two also own the nearby , which Ng will continue to run.