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The State Has Seized M3 in Davis Square

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M3, a Southern restaurant in Somerville's Davis Square, is closed — at least for now. It has been seized by the state, reports Boston Restaurant Talk. In the Davis Square LiveJournal community, Ron Newman also shares the news, adding that a notice at the restaurant indicates that M3 allegedly owes landlord Christos Poutahidis $25,238. According to some recent Yelp reviews, the restaurant had stopped accepting credit cards at least as far back as May.

M3 opened in June 2012, featuring Southern-style "meat and three" dishes — an entree with three "fixings," plus a biscuit or cornbread. Located in a small space on the outskirts of Davis Square, it's in a strip of establishments that recently lost Kickass Cupcakes, which moved further down Highland Avenue before closing this month. It's unclear when or if M3 might reopen, and all has been quiet on its Facebook and Twitter accounts for quite some time.
· M3 has been seized by the state [BRT]
· M3 restaurant closed due to seizure [DSLJ]
· All coverage of M3 on Eater [~EBOS~]


382 Highland Avenue, Somerville, MA