Monday, February 13, 2006

Tweed's Pub and Restaurant

I'm in Westborough, Mass. this evening getting ready to present a half-day seminar for the Home Care Alliance of Mass. tomorrow. We'll be talking about "Building Your Private Duty Dashboard."

I stopped at the front desk to ask about a place to eat, and I was directed to Tweed's Pub and Restaurant. It's a wonderful neighborhood place owned by the Dunahue family. Lori, the server suggested the Lobster and Steamers ... a wonderful fresh lobster and a bucket of steamed clams. What fun! Turns out the name doesn't have anything to do with the sir name Tweed, but refers to the fabric in the cap of the owner's father in the restaurant logo.

No family connection, but fun anyway.

Wish you could be here with us tomorrow to talk about Private Duty Home Care. Stay tuned for a future post with more information on the content.


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