Wednesday, March 13, 2013
More than 1,000 people dined and drank their way through 50 booths at the 3rd Annual Taste of MetroWest, presented by the MetroWest Chamber of Commerce Tuesday night.
Who hasn't heard someone complain about hospital food? Tuesday night, many were talking about MetroWest Medical Center's food but it was a good thing. Taste attendee Leslie Singer Useloff said she "loved the 'hospital food' from Metro West Medical Center." She was not the only one. MetroWest Medical Center won "best appetizer" for its Margarita Shrimp and "best presentation" at the 3rd Annual Taste of MetroWest at the Sheraton Tuesday night. The event, which attracts more than 1,000 attendees and 50 of the area's best restaurants and brewers, is presented by MetroWest Chamber of Commerce. While chatting with diners, Patch picked up some buzz about a few Wellesley locales. Award winners Tuesday night, besides the medical center were: Pepper…
Friday, November 9, 2012
A new all-American eatery named for a World War I nun opens up on Worcester Street
Friday, November 9, 2012
The following is a press release from Justine's Table: NOW OPEN: JUSTINE'S TABLE RESTAURANT IS METROWEST'S NEWEST B.Y.O.B. DINING DESTINATION WELLESLEY, Mass. (November 8, 2012) – Owner Gordon Breidenbach is pleased to announce the opening of Justine's Table, a new all- American restaurant on Route 9 (978 Worcester Street, Wellesley). Named after a courageous, caring nun and family friend who saved lives of many soldiers during the first World War, Justine's Table celebrates our nation's regional fare with a warm ambiance, quality American fare, friendly service, and tableside presentations of desserts and salads. The restaurant's warm décor is accented by a rich mahogany bar (right now, the restaurant is BYOB), wine caddy service, a …
Friday, July 20, 2012
A spokeswoman for Justine’s Table has confirmed that the property will not be auctioned and the restaurant will open as planned.
The property at 978 Worcester St. will not be auctioned off, and after several false starts, a restaurant will be opened at the location. Justine’s Table will open as originally in mid-August, according to Julie Dennehy, spokeswoman for the restaurant. Justine’s menu “will feature tastes from each of the nation’s culinary regions. Think low country seafood boil, Long Island linguine, Memphis ribs...” according to Dennehy. The Boston Business Journal reported earlier this month that the complex would go to foreclosure auction.