Have you continued to shop at Market Basket? Have you switched over to Shaws or Stop and Shop or Common Crow? How do you find the pricing and product selection at the places you have been shopping?
How strong is your resolve to support the Market Basket Employees in the face of higher prices at other supermarkets?
Leave a comment on this post describing how the Market Basket Boycott has been for you.
Essex Historical Society and Shipbuilding Museum Presents: Maritime Capsules, a Movie and Discussion
Date: August 6, 2014
Location: Essex Historical Society and Shipbuilding Museum, 66 Main Street, Essex, MA 01929
Time: 7:30 pm
Cost: $8.00 Members, $10.00 Non-members
Please share in GMG: my T’ai Chi classes & talks will change location, TBD. We’ll have 2 more T’ai Chi classes at Lanesville Community Center (Tues 7/29 & 8/5 at 9 AM). Onemore T’ai Chi class & talk in Magnolia this Wed 7/30, is from 7-9 PM. Contact me for details.
The 2014 Rhumbline Striper Tournament was completed yesterday and attached are some photos of the winners and Fred handing out prizes. It was a slow day of fishing with many of the “heavy hitters” being shutout and not even weighing in a fish, but everyone always has a blast at the Rhumbline and the food and festivities weren’t suppressed at all by a little rain. Of course Fred (as always) had a great bunch of raffle prizes and kept the crowd entertained.
Here are your winners:
1st Place – Herb White – 30.66 pounds
2nd Place – Roger Brisson – 22.90 pounds
3rd Place – Domenic SanFilippo – 14.72 pounds
Hope everyone comes out again next year!
We Released The Rare Yellow Lobster We Had At The Dock This Morning After It Had Released Its Eggs While In Our Tank.
We Released The Rare Yellow Lobster We Had At The Dock This Morning After It Had Released Its Eggs While In Our Tank.
About a month ago we released the blue one and the quadruple clawed one for the very same reason. A good lesson for the kids to learn about sustainability in the lobster industry. Hated to see that rare lobster leave the dock but at least my girls got to witness it.
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The Zen of Flotsam & Jetsum at Niles From Jay DiPrima
Sign O’the Times From Bing McGilvray
Wicked Tuna F/V Pin Wheel Off Load A Tuna / photos from Anthony Marks
I hope your summer is going well J I would love to let the community know that Endicott Gloucester is having another Open House on Thursday, August 7th from 4:00-6:00 p.m. We would love to sit and chat with any folks who are interested in pursuing an education. Classes begin right after Labor Day! Hope to see you at 33 Commercial Street!
33 Commercial St
The Magic of Peter Pan comes to Annisquam August 5-10, 2014
When Tinker Bell and Peter Pan fly through the Darling children’s window, life suddenly takes a magical turn. Pirates, mermaids, exotic animals, the Lost Boys, Indians, and, of course, Captain Hook, fill Neverland with exciting adventures that include flying! Peter Pan is a musical adaptation of J. M. Barrie‘s 1904 play Peter Pan, a show that has enjoyed several revivals on Broadway and beyond. Join the Annisquam Village Players for their rendition of this musical classic, and refuse to grow up!
Annisquam Village Players Present
Tuesday – Sunday, August 5 – 10, 2014
Annisquam Village Hall
36 Leonard Street, Gloucester MA
Ticket Prices: Reserved Seating $32 • General Admission $16
General Admission and Reserved Seating Tickets can be ordered online.
Go to www.annisquamvillageplayers.com and click on “Tickets”.
General Admission tickets also available after July 16th at the following locations:
The Annisquam Exchange
32 Leonard St., Gloucester • 978.281.0358
Common Crow Natural Market, 6 Elm Street, Gloucester • 978.283.1665
Main Street Arts & Antiques, 124 Main St., Gloucester • 978.281.1531
Lula’s Pantry, 5 Dock Square, Rockport • 978.546.0010
Ticket Information: annisquamvillageplayers.com
The Annisquam Village Players have been providing community theatre since 1917. The mission of the AVP to provide an opportunity for local Cape Ann residents, young and older, to engage and develop their talents for musical theater. For two months every summer, we rehearse scenes, music, songs and dances; create sets, design costumes, prepare lights and sound, hawk tickets, set up chairs and welcome the audience, all in the hope of offering an experience — a brief midsummer night’s dream — that will engage, entertain and enrich our community, and that will provide lasting memories for our friends and children to pass on.
NORTH SHORE ARTS ASSOCIATION invites you to its Gala “A Taste of Art Auction Event 2014″, Sat August 16th, 2014. Doors Open at 5:30 pm.
A Gala of Great Art, Great Food, Great Wine, Great Fun!
Rosalie Sidoti “Buttercup” 25.5×31.5
The North Shore Arts Association, home to some of our most acclaimed American representational artists, invites you to its Annual Fundraising Auction where in an exciting auction atmosphere you can bid to own some of Cape Ann’s finest representational art.
Created and generously donated by their artist members, ninety-four juried pieces by these acclaimed artists and sculptors will be auctioned. “This is our major fundraising event of the year, and it is the artists’ generosity and the support of the Cape Ann community that keeps our ninety-two year old organization afloat and sustains its continued artistic contributions,” says event Chairwoman, Rosalie Sidoti.
This gala celebration will offer a Wine Raffle, a Spirits Tasting, and Tapas Tables. The Board of Trustees has donated fifty vintage bottles of wine to be raffled off to the fortunate winner as a complete Instant Wine Cellar. There will be a complimentary Spirits Tasting with a variety of liquors donated by Ryan and Woods Distilleries, and complimentary Tapas Tables offered by local restaurants: Duckworth’s, ‘525’ Restaurant, Latitude 43, Lobsta Land, The Studio and The Rudder. Local entrepreneur and art collector John Archer will be the presiding Auctioneer.
Come celebrate this special opportunity to own and add spectacular artwork to your collection! Major sponsors supporting the event are The Building Center, Bank Gloucester, Art New England Magazine and Serenitee Restaurant Group.
The North Shore Arts Association’s galleries are open, free to the public, Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, Noon to 5 p.m.
More information on all North Shore Arts Association events is available by visiting their website at http://www.nsarts.org, and by email at email@example.com, or by telephone 978 283-1857.
KenKnowles, “Schooner Races”12×16″
We are gearing up for Illumination Weekend starting Friday August 8th. There will be lanterns going up all over town starting Friday Night. We have an Art instillation that will also begin Friday night. On Saturday the 9th we will start the afternoon with Activities at Firehouse Trust beginning at 12:30. We will have children’s crafts, face painting and free popcorn given out by the Institute of Savings. There will be a great phot opportunity. It will also be your last chance to buy Ken Knowles Raffle tickets for his original painting. The drawing will be at 6:30 at the bandstand. If you want to purchase a ticket you can buy them at Katie’s gift shop. The evening will end with a Fireworks display over Sandy Bay at 9:30. Like us on FACEBOOK “Rockport Fireworks”. If you are interested in donating you can send a check to Rockport National Bank 37 King Street. Call Susan at 546-9566 for more information.
Dot Kill Dot
Out 18th of August 2014
Salem band devotes new album to promoting wildlife rehabilitation center Cape Ann Wildlife. Half of all album sales will go to benefit the Gloucester non-profit.
Album launch-party to double as fundraiser.
Neil Carlill has made a lot of albums with a lot of different people over his twenty-year career, but for the British singer/songwriter/bird fanatic (now a resident of Salem, Mass.), this one is special, as it fulfills a longtime fancy, and serves a beloved cause. Dot Kill Dot is the debut album from Harvey Mapcase, the outfit Carlill formed with drummer Doug Allen in 2011, with former Thee Hydrogen Terrors guitarist Matt White completing the three-piece on bass in 2012. This is Carlill’s first time fronting a fixed ensemble in many years, and, after a decade of joint projects, it marks a return to solo songwriting. This is also the first of his records to be brought out 100% independently, under his King Harvey label. Such unprecedented autonomy led Carlill to muse about how he could meaningfully link the project to his passion for avian creatures, combining his twin obsessions in a way that could benefit the latter, while perhaps making the former a more rewarding endeavor. Meanwhile, even as the album was shaping up to be his most inspired yet, Neil found himself weighed down by concerns about his friend and go-to bird expert, Jodi Swenson. A licensed wildlife rehabilitator, Swenson founded and operates Cape Ann Wildlife (CAW), a rescue, rehab, and release facility in Gloucester, Mass, caring for sick and injured wild birds and small animals. An ailing sparrow Neil found in the road first brought him to CAW in 2009, where he was deeply impressed by Swenson’s dedication. Then, over the years, there was the fledgling chickadee by the rubbish bins, the baby starling in the attic, and countless more instances wherein Swenson’s compassion and expertise were invaluable. “I have the highest admiration for what Jodi does,” Neil says. When financial difficulties threatened to close the non-profit, Neil knew he wanted to do whatever he could to help Jodi.
“It was already turning out to the ‘birdiest’ album I ever wrote,” says Carlill (Songs bear titles like “Bali Starlings,” “Screech Owls,” and “Ravens Pick Locks”—rumor has it, they can.) “So tying it to Cape Ann Wildlife just seemed obvious.” The album has other themes: “aging, the accumulation of time’s ravages, the race against the inevitable fading of the senses. . . . I suppose you could see the birds in the lyrics as wistful representations of youth, vitality, freedom . . . but mostly they just represent birds. Birds are elemental.” Musically, the album is stirringly melodic in the best tradition of Elliott Smith, later Beatles, Big Star (etc.), and as lithe and inventive as an offspring of Beefheart’sTrout Mask Replica and Electric Warrior by T. Rex, that grew up listening to The Fall. Carlill’s most intricate guitar work to date and Allen’s versatile, ingenious drumming form the musical core. Neil and Doug’s arrangements are stripped down to the naked essentials, with White bestowing sweet vocal harmonies. Production on the record, by Berlin-based producer Jayrope, was kept deliberately raw and unobtrusive, leaving room for the trio’s kaleidoscopic cadences and ever-transforming rhythms. Tracks like the flamenco-hued “Hysteria,” and the arresting “It’s a Ritual,” which snakes fluently through the abrupt yet graceful hairpin turns that epitomize Carlill’s song structures, highlight the band’s intelligent interpretation of alternative pop/art-rock.
Carlill first earned esteem in the 1990s as leader of the U.K. band Delicatessen (Big Life/Starfish Records), whose esoteric, sultry, subterranean sound, as compelling as it was anomalous in that Britpop epoch, moved the Melody Maker to praise the Leicester foursome as “the salvation of pop music.” (Earlier this year, Taylor Parks, writing in thequietus.com, singled-out Delicatessen’s 1994 song “C.F. Kane” as a beacon of quality in the long dark night that was British pop in the 90’s. Seehttp://thequietus.com/articles/15092-blur-parklife-anniversary-review.) Later, Carlill swerved into top-40 territory with the London-based pop “supergroup” Lodger (Island Records) before relocating to America and teaming up with guitarist Warren Cuccurullo to form Chicanery for one eponymous album, which appeared in 2010. Other projects include the avant-garde, trans-Atlantic techno outfit Vedette (Stilll records) and atmospheric, post-punk oddity Me Me the Moth (Titicacaman records). In 2011, Carlill contributed to the Three on a Match project, a musical homage to the films of Bette Davis, along with his favorite fellow musician, the amazingly gifted King Toad(a.k.a. Jamal River, of Iowa City). Their plans for further collaboration came to a tragic end when River took his own life at age 35, in July 2013. It is impossible to overstate the influence King Toad’s work has had on Carlill’s own, and Dot Kill Dot is dedicated to River’s memory.
Though the album will be for sale in digital format from iTunes and Bandcamp, Neil hopes people will plump for the beautifully packaged CD, with its cover painting and stunning bird photographs created explicitly for the project by Portland, OR artists Junko Susuki and Shawn Martin, respectively. As for the title, Neil explains, “Dot Kill Dotis, in one sense, a reference to our modern culture of hostility, particularly the way the remote, anonymous nature of internet communication brings out the brutality in people.” But it’s also a bird thing: “I was on a pre-dawn drive and I could hear this birdcall, loud and clear like a whippoorwill’s, but it sounded like ‘dut-keeeel-dut /dut-keeeel-dut.’ This was after I had written the title track for the album. I thought, perfect.”
HARVEY MAPCASE (with Reindeer, Olneyville Sound System and This Day in History), play at the Church of Boston on August 28 to launch the new album, Dot Kill Dot, and raise funds for CAW. For more information, visit CAWinc.org and harveymapcase.com.
An initiative of Discover Gloucester, much like our Paulie Walnuts’ ArtRocks! Series Found Here, Discover Gloucester is seeding town with these cool rocks with the hashtag #GlostaRocks. When you follow the hashtag back to their twitter account you can find cool Gloucester stories which can be read on the Discover Gloucester Destination Marketing Organization website. Imitation is the greatest form of flattery Paulie, nice job :)
July 24, 2014
Confidence is 10% hard work and 90% delusion.
Elizabeth Stamatina “Tina” Fey, (1970- )
A Pennsylvania native, Tina Fey was interested in comedy from an early age and got her foot in the door with The Second City improv group, moving to Saturday Night Live as a writer in 1992. She later became an on-screen performer and ultimately head writer for the series. She is probably best known for her spot-on impersonation of vice presidential hopeful Sarah Palin, and her long tenure as co-anchor of the Weekend Update segment, first with Jimmy Fallon and later with Amy Poehler. She left SNL in 2006 to develop the sitcom 30 Rock and has appeared in more than a dozen movies. She is one of the most highly paid actresses working today and is often listed as one of the most influential women in show business. Fey is a multiple winner of the Emmy, Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild awards. In 2010 she was honored with the prestigious Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, the youngest recipient to date.
Chief Len Campanello Joins Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association in Support of House Version of Gun Bill
Police Chief Leonard Campanello, with the steadfast support of Gloucester Mayor Carolyn Kirk, joins the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association in support of the House of Representatives version of the pending gun legislation.
As an active member of the Chiefs Association, Chief Campanello is following this important bill closely. He is disappointed to learn that the Senate Bill, S#2284 lacks a critical public safety provision found in the House Bill, H#4278. That provision gives police chiefs discretion in issuing rifle and shotgun licenses. Currently, Massachusetts law allows police chiefs absolute discretion in issuing handgun licenses, but no discretion in issuing rifle and shotgun licenses. The House bill would close that dangerous loop hole.
When polled in June by the Princeton Research Associates, the majority of Massachusetts voters were also in favor of police chiefs having discretion in licensing for rifles and shotguns.
Statement of Chief Campanello:
“The House bill is far superior to the senate version of the bill because it recognizes the importance of police chief discretion in issuing rifle and shotgun licenses. Police chiefs are generally in the best position to know who in their community is a threat to themselves, their partners, families and public safety.
“As the law stands, I may know that my officers have been called to a house 15 times to respond to a dangerously mentally ill person or domestic dispute where no charges were filed, but still have to give this person a rifle or shotgun when they apply for one. It does not make sense. This is why I support police chief discretion, it’s just commonsense in order to keep our community safe.
“Gloucester is fortunate to have a senator on the conference committee for the two guns bills, I just hope our Senator Bruce Tarr will take this opportunity to protect his community rather than cater to National groups like the NRA.
“Mayor Kirk and I stand together in supporting the House version of this bill, and we urge others to do the same.”
July 18th, 2014. Engaging the residents with movement. The Gloucester COA Singing Seniors at the Harbor Light House in Beverly, directed by “Jayzee.”
To book the COA Singing Seniors, please contact Jayzee (Jorgelina Zeoli) at 978.768.7371 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Ken Riehl suggested I contact you regarding our upcoming bike ride to benefit Neurofibromatosis Northeast. Coast to the Cure NF takes place on Saturday, September 6th. The event features both an On Road and Mountain Bike Challenge. The On Road course consists of three routes (24, 66 and 100) and begins and ends at Stage Fort Park. Participants from both rides gather at Stage Fort Park for a post ride barbeque. I’ve attached a press release on the event specifics. This is the second year the event has emanated from Gloucester. Up until now our riders consist of NF friends and families. Ideally we would like to attract more of a Gloucester following. I was hoping you provide assistance with spreading the word.
I’m grateful for any support you can provide.
Thanks so much,
The 4th Annual Coast to the Cure, a bike ride featuring both On-Road and Mountain Bike Courses to benefit Neurofibromatosis Northeast, will take place on Saturday, September 6. The Road Course begins and ends at Stage Fort Park in Gloucester and offers three routes of varying lengths: 24, 64 and 100 miles. The route winds through the picturesque North Shore, home to beautiful ocean views and quaint small towns. The Mountain Bike Ride takes place at the Beverly Commons/Greenwood Forest in Beverly Farms (adjacent to Glen Urquhart School) with a course designed to meet requirements of all levels. Advanced riders will find high speed descent and technical climbs, while intermediate and beginner bikers will have alternative lines through a wooded 6 mile loop. At the rides conclusion, all participants enjoy a celebratory cookout at Stage Fort Park.
Neurofibromatosis (NF) is a genetic disorder of the nervous system that causes tumors to grow on the nerves anywhere in or on the body at any time and affects three times as many people than muscular dystrophy and cystic fibrosis combined. Proceeds from Coast to the Cure will go towards neurofibromatosis research.
Please call the Neurofibromatosis Northeast Office for more information (781) 272-9936 or visit the Neurofibromatosis Northeast website http://www.nfincne.org.
A Bronx Tale is in my top 10 all time movies, my favorite scene was in the bar when the bikers came in and Chazz delivers the classic line- “Now Youse Can’t Leave.” You gotta watch the YouTube clip of that scene just below this picture.
Aurelia Nelson is the host of Curtain Up on North Shore 104.9 and has been hosting the movie nights at The Harbor Walk. Her show Curtain Up! with Aurelia Nelson airs Sundays 9 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. You can listen to the last Curtain Up taped July 21 by clicking here
If you need a quick gift idea or would like to treat yourself and your family you can purchase one of Sista Felicia’s Cookbooks here-
This sweet juvenile tabby cat showed up at my door this evening. (Thursday) He is a sweet, vocal tabby with white boots. He seems to be well cared for and lost, not a stray. Could you please share with your readers and help him find his way home?
Found on Middle St. near the Boulevard.
Everyone had such a good time dancing on the wooden floor at the American Legion that we’ll be back there again this Friday, July 25. The dancing gets underway promptly at 7:30 PM with live music by the Cape Ann House Contra Band. As always, we hope new dancers will join us. Everyone is welcome. No experience is necessary. All dances are taught.
A donation of $10 is requested of each dancer. Dancers under 16 are free.
Potluck contributions of non-alcoholic drinks as well as finger snack foods are welcome to be brought and shared during the break. Water bottles are recommended to reduce our use of paper cups.
This event is supported in part by a grant from the Gloucester Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
Cape Ann Contra Dance can be contacted at email@example.com
Find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/CapeAnnContraDance
Hi Joey! Please help us spread the word about this Cruise.
The Suicide rate among veterans and active duty is double and even triple the rates of civilians at a rate of almost 1 per hour, every day!
22+ Veterans and 1 Active duty Soldier takes their own life each day.
In 2012 more soldiers died by their own hand, than in combat. Suicide was the #1 cause of death within our military that year.
It takes all of us to prevent suicide! So please, step up and act. Reach out to a friend, family member, veteran in need.
Artistry of the Guitar with Ken Bonfield
with Raymond Gonzalez and Adam Miller
Saturday, July 26, 7:30 PM
The Cultural Center at Rocky Neck, 6 Wonson Street, Gloucester.
Gloucester MA— Gloucester resident, and master guitarist Ken Bonfield will host an Artistry of the Guitar in-the-round concerts at The Cultural Center in Rocky Neck, 6 Wonson St., Gloucester, MA on Saturday July 26th with special guests Cape Ann’s own Raymond Gonzalez and all the way from Australia, Adam Miller. The concert starts at 7:30pm and tickets are $15 at the door. Doors open at 7pm; there will be light refreshments. Each show will start with a short solo set from each artist followed by a short intermission and then a second set with all three guitarists in-the-round swapping songs and stories and sitting in on each others compositions.
The Cultural Center at Rocky Neck, the official Welcome Center for Rocky Neck and home of the Art Colony, hosts exhibitions, workshops, meetings, lectures and cultural events of all kinds. The Center accommodates 60 to 80 people and is fully handicapped accessible. For information about renting the facility for a meeting, theatrical or musical performance, a small wedding or anniversary, both private or for the community, contact the coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming Artist Workshops on Rocky Neck
August and September 2014
The Cultural Center at Rocky Neck, 6 Wonson Street, Gloucester.
Gloucester MA— The Rocky Neck Art Colony is proud to provide the Cultural Center for these upcoming workshops by distinguished artists:
August Midsummer Day Art – One-day workshop with artist Lully Schwartz
August 6, 2014 at 9am – 4pm.
Techniques for painting and/or drawing indoors and en plein air in oil, watercolor, acrylic, acrylic and/or charcoal.
Cost: $210 / $185 for RNAC members.
To register contact Lully Schwartz at email@example.com
Drawing as Process with Gabrielle Barzaghi
Aug 9 & 11, 2014 at 10am – 3pm and Aug 10, 2014 at 12:15-5:15pm
This three-day workshop is about experimentation and the image making process. Students will work on a series of drawings from an object of their choice and move past the obvious into the realm of symbolism and metaphor by experimenting with expressive mark making, simplification, exaggeration, cropping, composition, scale, value and color.
Cost: $325 / $300 for RNAC members.
To register contact Gabrielle Bazaghi at firstname.lastname@example.org
Revolutionary Painting Techniques with Ekaterina Smirnova
September 3-5, 2014 at 9am – 12pm
This three-day water media workshop is for students who want to improve their painting techniques by experimenting with familiar media while breaking through traditional norms and loosening their style.
To register contact Ekaterina Smirnova at email@example.com
For more information on these workshops please visit http://mail.rockyneckartcolony.org and select “Newsletter”
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Lully M. Schwartz is a graduate of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and Mount Ida College. She enjoys her 25+ year career as a working artist and teacher. Her oil paintings and drawings are award winning, nationally exhibited and collected. Lully is a studied artist adept in art history, all media painting, printmaking and drawing. The Mill Pond Gallery, Long Island, Sylvia Wald & Po Kim Gallery, New York City, Armory Art Exhibition, Florida, the Cornell Museum of American Art and Culture, and Johnson & Johnson headquarters Gallery, New Jersey, are just a few of the galleries that have exhibited Lully’s art. Her work may be viewed through her websitewww.lullyschwartz.com. Mis. Schwartz, Vice President of the National Association of Women Artists, Inc. (MA Chapter).
Artist and educator Gabrielle Barzaghi is a Senior Lecturer at New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University and has taught college level drawing since 1980. She is represented by Trident Gallery. You may see her work at www.gabriellebarzaghi.com
Ekaterna Smirnova was Goetemann Resident Artist at Rocky Neck in 2012, and has painted and exhibited her way around the globe. Gloucester and Rocky Neck are fortunate to have her return to paint in the area this summer. You can follow her exciting travels and view the resulting work on her blog, http://ekaterinasmirnova.wordpress.com . In 2006 she became a member of the Art Students League of NY where she has been developing her style ever since. In the past 5 years, Ekaterina has received numerous awards in juried shows by the Salmagundi Club, Allied Artists of America, the Brooklyn Waterfront Artist Coalition, and other art organizations.
RAA Events Week of July 18th
Tuesday, July 28th – 7:00 PM
Paul George in Watercolor
RAA Members Free/ Nonmembers $5.00
Wednesday, July 30th – 7:00 PM
Line Tutwiler in Oil Painting
RAA Members Free/Nonmembers $5.00
Classes For Adults: $30.00/class
Thursday, July 31st – 9:00-1:00
Carole Loiacono Outdoor Watercolor Class
Friday, August 1st – 9:00-1:00
Susan Guest-McPhail Indoor Mixed Media Class
Wayne Morrell Retrospective Continues in the Maddocks Gallery through August 19th
YMCA Camp Spindrift community pool night
It is going to be a hot one today and potentially a busy night at Camp Spindrift!
Every Monday and Wednesday night for the summer the pool is FREE for YMCA members and only $2 per person (with a family maximum of $10) for the community
Great photo opportunity as well!
thank you in advance
We will be reopening fall 2014 with Chef Paolo Laboa in the kitchen. Paolo’s menu will consist of genuine Northern Italian cuisine that showcases the freshest, local ingredients at approachable prices.
If you want to catch Paolo before the opening, he will be touring the Serenitee Group restaurants. Paolo will work the team to create a signature dish that reflects his interpretation of the restaurant’s cuisine.
Head to Facebook for more information on where Paolo is: https://www.facebook.com/AlchemyBistro