Buddy's Diner Open Again After Being Seized by Tax Authorities

After being seized by the Department of Revenue, the East Somerville diner has reopened, according to the Boston Globe.

, on Washington Street in East Somerville, after authorities with the state's Department of Revenue seized the diner for not paying more than $24,000 in meals taxes.

Now, the diner is open again, according to the Boston Globe.

The Globe reports the owner of the diner, Nicole Bairos, has reached a deal with the Department of Revenue on a payment plan.

Bairos told the Globe she made a mistake by ignoring notifications from the department and that she was heartened by the support she received from customers.

You can read the Globe's report here.

Frank Mulligan August 06, 2012 at 01:59 PM
The I R S should'nt let the $$$$$$$ build up to $24.000.00 That shows that they are very lax about theis work. If, I worked for the I R S . I would do my JOB.
Tom Walsh August 06, 2012 at 06:57 PM
I can't tell if you're serious or not, what with the capital letters and the multiple dollar signs. In case you are, though: this was an issue with state meals tax payments. This has nothing to do with the IRS.


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