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WHIM Series = Guest Chef Vittorio Ettore, Bistro 5
Wednesday, July 25, 2012 at 7:30 PM (EDT)
North Andover, MA
About Vittorio Ettore:
Vittorio Ettore is the owner of Bistro 5, an excellent Italian restaurant located in Medford, serving the finest Italian fare with French and Spanish influences while focusing on farm-fresh local ingredients. Transforming Bistro 5 from a neighborhood gem into a high-end dining experience, Ettore is known for his artful presentations and personal care, providing his guests for a pampering evening. Similar to Bistro 5 is Ettore’s newer restaurant, A Tavola, which is dedicated to giving guests the best quality of food while supporting the area’s local farmers.
About Bistro 5 and A Tavola:
Ettore’s Bistro 5 has been the toast of Medford for years. It is a sophisticated dining experience with three dining rooms that are richly appointed and can accommodate parties of up to 75 guests. Now he’s opened a second, more casual spot, in Winchester. Born to be the more casual sister to Bistro 5, A Tavola serves an eclectic Italian menu featuring “Piattini”. These small plates will be used to showcase an array of charcuterie, artisan cheeses, fish and vegetables, to pair perfectly with an exclusively Italian wine list.
When & Where
Smolak Farms of North Andover, Massachusetts combines agriculture, education, and entertainment in a very special way. The land was carved by glaciers, settled by prehistoric Indian tribes, colonized by English settlers and now farmed by the product of the wave of European Immigrants. Parts of the historic homestead are about 300 years old. Today the descendants of Martin and Magdalenna Smolak and their son and daughter-in-law, Henry and Helen Smolak, continue to farm one of the most progressive and beautiful farms nestled in the hills of northeastern Massachusetts. In 1982 the Smolak Family preserved 107 of the 160 acres in cooperation with the State of Massachusetts Agricultural Preservation Restriction Program, insuring that this area would forever remain open land, never to be developed. For the past 35 plus years, H. Michael Smolak, grandson of Martin Smolak, has overseen the development of the farm from a dairy farm to the extraordinary farm that it has now become.
Visit the Smolak Farms website for more information