Precinct 10 is an upbeat and modern take on an early 1900s Prohibition-era speakeasy complete with vintage fixtures, distressed wood & brick, plush red velvet seating, a cozy cocktail lounge with leather couches and all the seductiveness and secretiveness that dim lighting and no windows can offer - paying homage to America at the beginning of the last century.
Speakeasies largely disappeared after Prohibition was ended in 1933, and the term is now used to describe some retro style bars, like P10 for example, which aim to revive the feel and energy of days gone by and pay respect to a different time and place.
There is something just so inherently American in the legend of speakeasies and Prohibition and so we set out to create a unique American restaurant here in Weymouth. Being around election season in late 2016, immediately we began to come up with names that revolved around American politics. Our address here at 110 Main Street falls inside of voting precinct 10.
Hynes Restaurant Group founder and owner, Kevin Hynes, before delving into the world of restaurants, was a Weymouth police officer – and for 10 years. Many link the word "precinct" not only to politics but also to law and so the name rings true on both levels. In addition to those obvious connotations, Precinct 10 also marks the 10th restaurant opened and owned by Kevin (and the Hynes Restaurant Group) on the South Shore over the course of his career.