Plymouth, MA

Renovation Update: Isaac's on Plymouth Harbor Acquired by Local Restaurant Group

Dianna Carney

(PLYMOUTH, MA) In October 2022, the local establishment 42 Degrees North Restaurant & Lounge announced after "lots of swirling rumors" they had "acquired the restaurant space formerly occupied by Isaac's on Plymouth Harbor and construction is underway!" Three months later, they've now revealed how far in the process they are!

Who Acquired The Restaurant Space?

The waterfront restaurant, formally known as Issac's will soon be a new Hynes Restaurant Group location. 42 Degrees North Restaurant & Lounge, another Hynes Restaurant Group location, got its name due to its location. The restaurant explains, "we are located at 41.9186 Degrees North latitude, a parallel that runs around the globe and directly through Manomet, Massachusetts. But who would ever name a restaurant 41.9186 Degrees North? So, we rounded up!"

The popular restaurant revealed that "this specific restaurant has history for us as Hynes Restaurant Group founder Kevin Hynes was the original owner of Isaac's (along with two partners) when it was first built in 1990, before selling his stake several years later to focus on other projects."

When Will The New Restaurant Open?

In October 2022, it was announced that the anticipated opening date would be in the Spring of 2023. The Facebook post stated, "We are excited to return decades later to the same spot at 114 Water Street on the beautiful and historic Plymouth waterfront! We anticipate an opening date in spring of 2023."

On January 1, 2023, 42 Degrees North Restaurant & Lounge revealed a sneak peek at the space that was formally Issac's, now in the process of getting a complete renovation!

The post came with the simple caption, "New year. New restaurant. Happy New Year, Plymouth!" Although the short message didn't reveal much else, a picture says a thousand words, and this photo shows us that the new space is on track to open this year!

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