The storefront, door and sign at was seriously vandalized on Halloween night with several dozen eggs and what was apparently vomit.
It was the only Main Street business that appeared to be targeted by vandals, and owner Michelle Fournier is presuming the attack was a response to a recent debate on Patch about the teenagers who hang out in front of her business. Earlier in October, Fournier , asking for help with the situation.
She said the group of loitering teens is affecting her business and she sought support from the neighborhood and local police in addressing the problems. Dozens of Patch readers responded and a heated debate developed.
Last year, and vandalized the Chinese restaurant, which is next door to Durty Harry's.
A spokeswoman in Boston Police community service office that serves Charlestown said on Tuesday morning that she hadn't seen any reports of vandalism from the neighborhood. But a resident on Main Street told Patch that she heard teenagers were attacking cab drivers with eggs around Eden Street Playground.
Fournier anticipates that it will take some time to clean her storefront -- and may require a power washer.