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Pammy's Wants to Fill Cambridge With Fresh Pasta

The “new American-style restaurant with an emphasis on Italian cuisine” is replacing India Castle.

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A new restaurant is taking over the India Castle space at 928 Massachusetts Ave. in Cambridge, as previously reported. Identified as "Thresher" in the agenda for a licensing commission hearing, it will actually be called Pammy's, according to Cambridge Day, and it could open this spring. The space is located on the outskirts of Central Square, near Dumpling House.

The upcoming restaurant is named for Pamela Willis, who owns Pammy's with her husband Christopher Willis, a chef and wheat-milling enthusiast, according to CD. It's too early for many menu details, but fresh pasta will play a central role, and the restaurant will be fine dining but "less stuffy," Pamela said at the hearing, according to CD.

The restaurant will seat 85 and serve dinner nightly, plus an eventual weekend brunch, and it will have a full liquor license.

India Castle

928 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139 (617) 864-8100 Visit Website

Pammy's

928 Massachusetts Avenue, , MA 02139 (617) 945-1761 Visit Website

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