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Punjab Finally Returns to Arlington After Renovations for Burst Water Pipe

The restaurant reopens Monday after an 18-month closure

Punjab in Arlington
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A year and a half after shutting down to deal with damages following a burst water pipe, a restaurant in Arlington finally makes its comeback. Punjab has reopened at 485 Massachusetts Ave. in Arlington Center, welcoming family and friends over the weekend ahead of a grand opening on Monday, according to Your Arlington.

Punjab closed down in February 2016 after cold weather caused a water pipe to burst in the building, as Boston Restaurant Talk reports. The restaurant officially reopens its doors Monday evening at 5 p.m., per a post on the Punjab Facebook page.

The menu features a selection of dishes from Northern India, including samosas, pakoras, pani puri, curries, tandoori, biryani, and dal soup. Punjabi also serves dosa, a dish typical of South Indian cuisine, and is open for lunch and dinner.

Punjab in Arlington Center Plans to Reopen This Month [BRT]
Punjab's Back: Public Reopening Today After 18 Months [YA]

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485 Massachusetts Ave., Arlington, MA 02474 Visit Website

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