Tag Archives: Fort Square Cafe
Menu Pictures Tomorrow
After a fire which had the Fort Square Café closed for months it is now open under new management. Heidi is in charge and opens with a new menu. Home made muffins and interesting breakfast choices with reasonable prices is the name of the game here.
The key to a good breakfast- fresh ingredients! The veggies in this omelet at Fort Square Cafe were snapping fresh!
The lovely ladies from North Shore Dish came down for the interviews we did last week and after we had finished up were off to Fort Square Cafe.
You can read their review here-
I subscribe to GMG (my hometown) and I’ve been living in Boston for the past 25 years or so. This past June you put up a pic of a Mudiga steak sandwich from the Fort Square Cafe. Since my sister has been very ill with cancer (and just recently passed away on Aug 24) I’ve spent a ton of time in Gloucester at her house. Her husband is from Sicily and he makes mudiga steaks but the ones in the pic looked so good that I’ve been craving one ever since. Well, my husband and I were in Gloucester at my brother-in-law’s house, working on the house so I said “I’m going out to grab you guys something for lunch”. I went to the Fort Square Cafe and ordered 8 mudiga steak sandwiches with the roasted peppers and provolone. OMG. Sooooooooo worth the wait. While I was waiting for them to be cooked, they gave me a steak on the house “to try”. I’ll be back in Gloucester next weekend and I’ll be rocking the mudiga steaks again. RINGING ENDORSEMENT!!!! Thanks for the hook-up.
I’m glad we steered you in the right direction:)
Tell your friends, tell your neighbors. Lets make sure our local restaurants get the recognition they deserve!
The Mrs, The Bean and Snoop Maddie Mad are heading over to my mother’s house this morning to learn how to make mudiga and zugu. My favorite home cooked meal growing up was always mudiga steaks with mashed potatoes and peas. I’d make a little nest in the mashed potatoes and put the peas in there.
If you’re an out of towner or if you’re an in-towner but haven’t gone to experience a mudiga steak sandwich at the Fort Square Cafe you have no idea what you’re missing.
This is the real deal baby! Old school Sicilian staple bursting with flavor. Made with the good oil and the Italian breadcrumbs on a fresh Virgilio’s roll.
What are you waiting for? Get your ass down there!
Growing up my favorite meal was my mom’s mudiga steaks with a big helping of buttery mashed potatoes and peas.
Here is Christa Tumbiolo at the Fort Square Cafe presenting a mudiga steak sandwich with the peppers and the provolone cheese. I’ll tell you Fort Square Cafe is a great place to hang out if you want to get a flavor for the true character of this city. It’s a place where everyone is chatting and talking about the latest goings on.
Delicious and Filling. Matty says the secret is in using “The Good Oil” and plenty of cheese when you make the mudiga. Excellent roll from Virgilio’s.