Nubar Alexanian’s documentary short, Calling All Chefs is having its World Premiere at the NYC Food Film Festival on October 30th. Produced by Walker Creek Media, this is the story of the improbable collaboration between a sub shop owner and a Michelin-starred Italian chef who moved to Cape Ann with his family and needed a job.
Both Alexanian & Laboa will be at the premiere in New York, where Chef Paolo and his wife Mercedes will be making a little something special for all 300 guests to taste while they watch the film.
If you’ll be in NYC you can get tickets HERE. The NYC Food Film Festival is a wonderful event, where people who love food can eat, drink and watch films about the growing, prepping and cooking of all kinds of food.
Editor’s note: Paolo Laboa and wife Mercedes will be opening up shop in the former Alchemy space soon.
Steak Bomb With Linguica and free Dine In Grub-
Thanks Paul Bruce for bringing these bad boys in when you came by for our interview about Benjamin Smith Playground.
Note to other folks wishing to come on to promote their stuff- We don’t charge and love to help get the word out about your organization but buttering up your host with scrumptious food, well that’s just plain intelligence at work.
I’m not saying that by bringing in these Bacon doughnuts had anything to do with Paul getting the top GMG time slot of the week (8AM Monday morning) but it totally did.
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Spoke with owner Mike Schifino yesterday to get the “scoop” (terrible pun I know)
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Absolutely Tremendous Flavor, Portions, Food Freshness and Quality and Value. Great friendly service, clean, Tacos Lupita has to be my favorite addition to the Gloucester food scene in a long time.
Updated Menu below-
I feel like every time I do a post about breakfast in Gloucester I have to attach the “We are so blessed to have so many awesome breakfast joints in Gloucester” disclaimer but there are a couple that are just straight up special and have been executing perfectly for decades. George’s is one of the elite of the elite in town. If you haven’t gone there recently you’re really missing out. nephew BJ is monster fan of the breakfast boats shown here-
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-
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
A contender for if not the best burger in town.
Gets my must try recommendation.
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Not to be confused with Katrina’s on Rogers Street, this is on Railroad Ave near Donut Jims.
Toby Pett forwards this info-
Katerina’s Place…workers say target opening date 7.1.14….with 9.1.14 target date to include breakfast. ..former owner of Supreme. ..if you liked Supreme you will like Katerina’s…
Today and next weekend is the last hurahhh for the Mamie’s Kitchen crew.