Beloved Hamilton restaurant permanently closes
You’ll have to make adjustments to your list of Hamilton restaurant patio destinations this weekend.
Mattson & Co. on Locke Street is no more.
“On behalf of your extended Mattson family, I wanted to share that Mattson & Co. and The Junction Events & Catering are both closed permanently,” posted owner Ronn Mattai on the restaurant’s Instagram account. “This life-changing decision was made after a re-evaluation of my journey thus far and recognizing I have so much more to experience in my life path.”
Mattson gave restaurant goers a unique dining experience with its perfectly situated corner patio setup and live jazz music.
“You have been there for me during my darkest of days and truly have left a print on my heart,” added Mattai on Instagram. “For me, this passion has always been about building relationships which I am so proud to say, I have accomplished with such grace and elegance with you all.”
“Thank you …. Thank you …. Thank you Hamiltonians and surrounding friends for accepting me for me and for your never ending display of love and encouragement.”
The post included the announcement that Ye Olde Squire would be replacing Mattson and & Co.
Ye Olde Squire will even honour outstanding Matsson gift certificates, according to Mattai.
“I will miss you all so very much,” concludes the post. “Until we meet again…keep smiling and be happy.”
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