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Swampscott’s G Bar expanding to open “food resort”

G Bar and Kitchen

Gregg Brackman, owner of G Bar in Swampscott, opens a sliding garage door which opens into the dining room of Little G, his new market, bar, and eatery, next door.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

G Bar and Kitchen

Edison-style lightbulbs hang from the ceiling of LIttle G in Swampscott.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

G Bar and Kitchen

Gregg Brackman, owner of G Bar in Swampscott, is opening Little G next to his restaurant which will serve as a market for fresh goods, bar, and eatery.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

G Bar and Kitchen

Gregg Brackman, owner of G Bar in Swampscott, is opening Little G next to his restaurant which will serve as a market for fresh goods,

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

G Bar and Kitchen

Double D Carpentry lead carpenter Dan Gauthier of Salem adds support braces to the bar area at Little G in Swampscott as a large wooden fish designed by Swampscott artist Nate Fontes-Fried rests on the bar, waiting to find a home.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

G Bar and Kitchen

Double D Carpentry lead carpenter Dan Gauthier of Salem opens the wooden sliding doors that lead to the dining area of Little G in Swampscott.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

G Bar and Kitchen

Gregg Brackman, owner of G Bar in Swampscott, is opening Little G next to his restaurant which will serve as a market for fresh goods,

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)
SWAMPSCOTT — G Bar and Kitchen has been a landmark on Humphrey Street since it opened in April 2008, bringing a fine-dining experience to the small beach town. Now, though, owner and chef Gregg Brackman has something more planned. This summer, customers will be able to enjoy a meal in G Bar’s new bar and…

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