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What Marblehead Businesses Were You Sad to See Close in 2012?

During these tough economic times, businesses come and go all the time. Tell us which ones you were sad to see go in 2012 the comments section below.

Businesses come and businesses go, and 2012 was no different here in Marblehead.

Here are a few of the local businesses that closed over the last 12 months:

  • Hooked
  • Pellino's
  • Kitsen Table
  • The Rockhopper Cafe
  • The Sea Gull Gift Shop

But, as the year comes to a close, we want to ask you: Which business will you miss the most from 2012's closings?

Also, which local business would you miss the most if it were to close in 2013?

Tell us your thoughts in the comments section below.

Joyce Elliott January 01, 2013 at 03:15 AM
I think the saddest was the closing of Sweeney's Retreat. Phil served his customers and supported organizations like Rotary for many years. He is a man of honor and integrity, and he and his staff will be missed.
Anne Smith January 01, 2013 at 10:16 PM
Anne Smith Definitely Sweeney's. It was reasonably priced, the food was good, and the staff always made you feel welcome. It's a huge loss to a lot of faithful patrons. No place else in town like it and will be sorely missed.
Walter Horan January 02, 2013 at 01:53 PM
We will miss Sweeney's Retreat. Great fish chowder with a popover and salad for $7.95 served by the friendliest waitstaff. Phil made an effort to ensure all patrons were served well. On the bar side; we will miss the many events ---charity and political. Good luck to Phil and all of the staff and thanks for ten years of good food, drink and a warm and friendly atmosphere.
Joe Whipple January 05, 2013 at 05:45 PM
The Sea Gull was always the place to go for a perfect gift for a special occasion. Pellino's was good for a fancy meal. Sweeney's Retreat was where I'd go for a tasty and satisfting meal at a reasonable price. I'll definitely miss all three. Sweeney's closing caught me by surprise. I went there on a Friday a couple of week's ago and it was closed — a real shock.

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