Dishing up some Arlington restaurant-related news morsels:
UPDATED, Sept. 17: Scutra -- the small, sophisticated restaurant tucked between an insurance company, a liquor store and the bikeway -- is for sale.
The business, not the building, which opened in 2002, is offered at $249,999.
A Multiple Listing Service entry reports the reason for the sale is retirement. Scutra is owned and currently operating by Cesidia Baugniet and Chef Didier Baugniet, who has more than 35 years' experience.
Contact Steve Antonucci, with RE/MAX in Newton at Steve at SteveAntonucci.com or 617-908-7712.
Prince Hall's groundbreaking work as a black leader in the late 18th century is expected to be recognized during Arlington's annual Town Meeting.
Cambridge Day, a YourArlington partner site, has published an account about how our city neighbor has honored the man. A tour highlighting several city monuments cites one established in 2010 about Hall, founder of the first black Masonic lodge. Born circa 1735-1738, he born into slavery but emancipated as a young man and became a leader in the free black community in Boston.
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