Tuesday, April 23, 2013
The Central Tavern will take over the space on Central Street that used to be the Nite Lite Lounge.
A bar and restaurant owned by an Uxbridge restaurateur and a Milford firefighter will open next month on Central Street. The Central Tavern is expected to open at 31 Central St. by May. It is owned by Paul Iacovelli, who runs Kapi's Pub on North Main Street in Uxbridge, and Alfred Pighetti, a Milford firefighter who said he plans to retire next year and is looking for a new business venture. Milford Selectmen approved the transfer of the business license, alcohol and entertainment licenses, subject to Board of Health approval of plans. The Night Lite Lounge, the most recent business in that location, closed in November 2012.
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
The Nite Lite Lounge on Central Street closed last week. The liquor license has been transferred back to the property owner, who is seeking a new tenant.
The Nite Lite Lounge is no more. The dance club closed last week, the property owner told town officials, ending a three-year run. The property at 31 Central St. is owned by Ronald A. Pagnini Jr., of Central 31 Realty LLC. Milford Selectmen agreed to transfer the alcohol license back to him, until a new tenant is found. The Nite Lite featured live music, DJs, and karaoke. It opened in 2010 and closed sometime last week, said attorney Laura Mann, who represents Central 31 Realty. Mann and Pagnini told selectmen they hope to find a good tenant, who could reopen an establishment. "We want to maintain it, find a good tenant," Mann said. The Nite Lite Lounge opened in 2010, taking the place of another club at that location. According to the …
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
The state Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission found the night club on Central Street made purchases of alcohol at a package store, instead of a licensed supplier.
A state commission overseeing businesses that hold alcohol licenses found recently that the Nite Lite Lounge made inappropriate purchases of bottled liquor from a package store. The state's Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission found the bar violated a state law concerning "sale of alcoholic beverages other than those purchased from a licensee ... or from a holder of a special permit." The decision came after a state investigator inspected the bar and found 10 bottles of liquor that had a "sticky residue-like substance on their exteriors," which is a sign the bottles had been purchase at a retail store, a violation of state rules for bars. A manager of the Nite Lite Lounge, Steven Cheschi, admitted that he had purchased the alcohol from a…