The upcoming Harvard Square music venue and restaurant The Sinclair continues to push back its opening date, canceling shows in the process. The Improper Bostonian previously reported that The Sinclair restaurant - which, again, is also called The Sinclair - will open in December with New York City alum chef Marcellus Coleman serving dishes like pastrami pork belly sliders and with cocktails developed by Dave Werthman of the nearby West Side Lounge. However the music half of The Sinclair was originally slated for October 30, then November 16, and now the Cambridge Day reports that opening has been delayed yet again, though the liquor license - which once appeared iffy - has been approved.
No updated opening date has yet been provided, and the paper says that acts have been announcing their own cancelled shows before The Sinclair has, in one case "less than four hours after the club's box office confirmed the show was going on as scheduled." Hopefully the restaurant, which features Michael Schlow as a consulting chef, is on track. Stay tuned for further updates and hit up the tipline with any of your own.
· Even more delays for The Sinclair nightclub in Harvard Square [CD]
· Duet right [The Improper Bostonian]
· All coverage of The Sinclair on Eater [~EBOS~]
[Photo: Facebook/The Sinclair]