Editor's note: In the original article that was posted at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, April 5, the closing date was incorrectly reported. We have corrected that information.
The Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub will reopen on Thursday after a renovation project.
The restaurant, which closed on April 6, will reopen at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 10. There will be a grand re-opening celebration at 5 p.m. that will include School Superintendent Lisa Dana and Great Oak Elementary School Principal Sharon Burrill. There will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony and the Ninety Nine will present the Great Oak Elementary School with a $1,000 check.
The re-opening of the Commonwealth Avenue eatery will also include prizes, live music and appetizer sampling.
The Ninety Nine “revitalized” the Danvers location by “offering an inviting atmosphere that is brighter, warmer and comfortable for an even more enjoyable dining experience. The exterior and interior will feature vibrant new colors, and the interior will have new flooring and carpeting, and décor that highlights the Danvers community. The popular bar area will undergo an even more extensive renovation, which will include expanding the ceiling height, additional seating, new barstools, and a brand new mahogany wooden bar top. All of the bar updates will compliment brand new flat screen televisions perfect for watching the game and creating an even more energetic and lively atmosphere for guests," according to The Ninety Nine.
“We’re proud Ninety Nine Restaurants is passionate about the community in which we operate,” said Craig Dumont, general managing partner of the Danvers Ninety Nine. “As we celebrate our Grand Re-Opening here in Danvers, we’re thrilled to share a donation with Great Oak Elementary. We look forward to continuing to support Great Oak Elementary and with the help of our guests and team members, know this will be a fun and successful Grand Re-Opening event.”