NORTHBOROUGH, Mass. — With its license in hand, Northborough's Hillside Grill is open and ready for business.
The new restaurant, at 73 W. Main St. next to Boost Fitness and across from Dunkin' Donuts, was approved Monday night by the Northborough Board of Selectmen for sit-down service.
According to Dimitri Voyiantzis, whose son, John, is the owner, the restaurant will seat 30-40 people. "We have a small operation," he said.
On Wednesday, John Voyiantzis said the restaurant would serve "everything homemade." Menu items include soups, salads and pasta dishes — most notably pasticcio, a Greek macaroni and cheese — as well as grilled meats, sandwiches and gourmet pizzas.
"We want it to be for families," John Voyiantzis said.
In fact, Dimitri Voyiantzis told selectmen that while they might pursue a beer and wine license if one becomes available, they will not seek to sell hard liquor. "We're not in business to make money off of that," he said.
The Hillside Grill is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.