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Weymouth Restaurant Holds $2 Pizza Night

One Weymouth restaurant will be serving $2 pizzas on Wednesday, February 20, starting at 5 p.m.

Hajjar's Bar & Grille is cooking up some of the cheapest dinners in town tonight.

The Weymouth restaurant will be serving $2 pizzas on Wednesday, February 20, starting at 5 p.m., according to their Facebook page.

Satisfied customers are also welcome back on Thursday night for trivia and karaoke.

The Weymouth restaurant is located at 969 Washington Street and is owned by 93-year-old Tillie Hajjar, who has been greeting patrons since 1956.  

Bob Thomas February 25, 2013 at 04:52 PM
I wouldn't eat there if someone paid me to. I twice had breakfast/brunch there and after the first "event" asked the "waitress" to have my plate warmed before putting my omelet on it. Anyone in the world knows that one does not serve eggs, or any hot food on a cold plate. As she "served" me my breakfast she sniffed, "I'm glad that not everyone wants their plate warmed." Were I not with a couple having Sunday breakfast together I would have walked out at that remark. Haven't been back since - about 15 years ago - and I live 1/8th of a mile right up the street.
Michael Cummings February 26, 2013 at 11:54 AM
I've eaten at this restaurant many times. The breakfast here is awesome, the wait staff is so friendly and phenomenal.I've been in the kitchen to meet Fred Hajjar who was so friendly and keeps this place immaculate. you have got to try the chicken fingers (buffalo style if you like) they are the best South of Boston. During special events they have a high definition screen in the back room that stands 10 feet tall by 12 feet wide. Juliet, Freddy's niece is the best bartender on the South Shore. Big Friendly clean and fun, you have got to make this part of your Saturday or Sunday morning breakfast destinations.
Bob Thomas February 26, 2013 at 01:52 PM
Perhaps they learned the meaning of service since my experience, Mike. I'll still pass.

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