Posted by Foobooz on February 11th, 2013
Remember back in December when Peter Woolsey was looking to give away some of his old kitchen equipment? Well it’s been claimed. The Avenue Delicatessen is picking up the equipment this morning. Laura Frangiosa, who used to work for Woolsey is excited to be putting the equipment to use in her new Lansdowne Jewish/Italian delicatessen. As you might imagine, Frangiosa can’t say enough good things about the Bistrot La Minette owner and chef.
As for Avenue Delicatessen’s Kickstarter campaign for a sign, they hit that goal late Friday.
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Posted by Foobooz on February 1st, 2013
Landsowne food scene has Sycamore, NoBL, Argana Moroccan Cuisine and a prospering farmers’ market. Next on the list, the Avenue Delicatessen, adjoining the just restored Lansdowne Theater. The store is the brainchild of Laura Frangiosa, Joshua Skaroff and Brian Flounders. The deli is looking to bring the Italian and Jewish deli traditions under one roof. The concept is aiming for a Spring opening but before it opens, they’ll need a sign. That’s where you can come in. Frangiosa, Skaroff and Flounders have launched a Kickstarter campaign for the sign.
They’re halfway to their $8,000 goal and already have some designs.
Check out the video for more details on the Kickstarter and the Avenue Delicatessen concept.
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