Location & Hours
1250 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169
Located on the first floor of Presidents' Place, at the heart of Quincy Center
Monday | 11AM - 1AM
Kitchen Hours | Lunch 11-3 | Dinner 5-9
Tuesday - Wednesday | 11AM - 1AM
Kitchen Hours | Lunch 11-3 | Dinner 5-10
Thursday - Friday | 11AM - 1AM
Kitchen Hours | Lunch 11-3 | Dinner 5-11
Saturday | 4PM - 1AM
Kitchen Hours | Dinner 5-11
Sunday | 11AM - 9PM
Kitchen Hours | Brunch 11-3 | Dinner 5-9
Need to park? We offer 2-hour validated parking after 5pm on the upper levels of the
Presidents' Place Garage for $5. The garage is here. (Be sure to enter through the middle gate.)
Want to give a gift card? Buy them here.
The Townshend Acts were laws imposed by Britain in the 1760’s that increased duties on imported goods like glass, lead, paints, paper and tea in the American colonies. This was viewed as an abuse of power by the colonists, leading them to limit imports from Britain, making a stand for economic and political self-determination. Our restaurant, The Townshend, was founded in the spirit of this refreshing independent sensibility.
Located at 1250 Hancock Street in the heart of historic Quincy Center, The Townshend is a modern American tavern that elevates rustic dishes in a laid-back atmosphere.
Devin adams, founder
Devin began his career in hospitality at Todd English’s Kingfish Hall, where he went from bar-back to bartender to sommelier, before finally landing in management. He later ran the beverage program at Lucca Restaurant in the North End, and eventually joined the opening team of Island Creek Oyster Bar. From there, he worked at Barbara Lynch’s bar, Drink, where he honed his skills both behind the bar and as a restaurateur. He was raised on the South Shore and firmly believes in taking five minutes out of your day to change someone else’s.
Garner Blume, Director of Operations
Bio coming soon
josh suprenant, General manager
While Josh’s first job as a server was at a local Italian restaurant near his home, it was his nine years at the Castle Restaurant in Leicester where he became well-versed in the art of fine dining and wines. Next, he became General Manager at Coral Seafood in Worcester, before going on to spend three years at the North End’s Lucca. He went on to play an instrumental role in the opening of Island Creek Oyster Bar, spending almost five years learning how to engage diners on every visit through food, drink, and service. Raised in western Massachusetts on a farm, Josh still spends much of his free time outdoors with his family. He runs the day-to-day operation of the restaurant with a focus on educating his staff and supporting small, local businesses.
palmer matthews, bar manager
A Quincy native, Palmer was born into a hospitality-focused family who has operated bars and restaurants in Boston and Wollaston. In keeping with the family tradition, he joined the team at Drink in 2009 as a bar-back and climbed the ranks to assistant manager. There, he polished his craft in mixology and in creating a genuine convivial atmosphere among strangers. Palmer oversees the bar and cocktail program at the Townshend.