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Mezze owner Nancy Thomas and Williamstown venture capitalist Bo Peabody pair up to buy Powder Hounds at Jiminy Peak

A restaurant and tavern

Powder House Restaurant & Tavern in Hancock, at the entrance to Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort, is on the verge of changing hands.

HANCOCK — Restaurateur Nancy Thomas is pairing up with Williamstown venture capitalist William “Bo” Peabody to buy Powder Hounds Restaurant & Tavern.

The property, located at the entrance to Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort, is advertised for $1.195 million by Jane S. Miller at Burnham Gold Real Estate, LLC, and is listed as “pending.”



Jane Kaufman is Community Voices Editor at The Berkshire Eagle. She can be reached at jkaufman@berkshireeagle.com or 413-496-6125.

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