Tuesday, October 28, 2014
DiGiovanni's Café and Catering opens for business in Ansonia
ANSONIA >> Mayor David Cassetti and local officials welcomed a new café and deli/catering business to downtown Monday afternoon.
DiGiovanni's Café and Catering opened for business at 344 Main St.
Owner and head chef Nicholas DiGiovanni is a graduate of Johnson & Wales University with an A.S. in Culinary Arts and a B.S. in Foodservice Management.
According to the deli's website, "Nicholas plans to bring back traditional Italian cuisine with a modern flare to the valley. He plans to accomplish this with not only what he’s learned from his extensive schooling and work experience, but also by what he’s learned from his family as a third generation Italian/American. Nicholas envisions all of his customers being able to experience a piece of his heart and soul with a slice of Italy as soon as they step in the door. Featuring a unique espresso bar and home style Italian cooking, Nicholas’ plan is to keep his customers coming back for more."
(Photos submitted by Sheila O'Malley)
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