Thank you everyone for your encouragement and appetites.
When we announced our closure earlier this month, we weren't sure what to expect and have been overwhelmed by your good wishes!
We'll be leaving our Facebook page active for a while, so feel free to check over there now and then. Also, if you want to see what we do next, be sure to like Edible Pioneer Valley on Facebook and sign up for our new mailing list (there's a link on the EPV Facebook page).
Dave and Mary Reilly
December 31, 2013
In the past three years it has been a true joy for us to serve our community, but now, as we move from one year to the next, we have decided to begin a new adventure. It is with mixed emotions that we are announcing that our last dinner service at Enzo Restaurant & Bar will be Sunday, December 29, 2013.
This announcement will come as a surprise to many of you. We've been proud to bring the best local ingredients to your table through a network of incredible suppliers and knowledgeable and friendly staff. This experience has led us to believe that we can serve our community in a more valuable way by strengthening connections between farmers, ranchers, food producers and their customers.
We have been given an opportunity to become the publishers of Edible Pioneer Valley, based in western Massachusetts. A member of the family of Edible Communities publications (you may be familiar with Edible Boston, a sister publication), Edible Pioneer Valley is focused on the agriculture and food of Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin counties. This region has an incredible heritage and the food scene is burgeoning. We will be able to use our passion for agriculture, entertaining, and great food to bring together growers and consumers.
We'd like to extend our sincere thanks to you, our customers, for your support, appetite and inquisitiveness. Thank you to David Hall and the entire team at The Tannery for providing a great environment in which to run a business. Thank you to the vendors who have brought us the literal fruits of their labors. And thank you to our fantastic staff for their commitment and enthusiasm.
In these next weeks, we hope to see all of you at Enzo! We'll be preparing locally sourced foods with the same great passion that we always have, right through our last night.
We will be open for dinner following our regular schedule: Wednesday and Thursday from 6:00, Friday through Sunday from 5:00, closed Monday and Tuesday (and on Christmas Day). We hope you'll join us for the Feast of the Seven Fishes (from December 20-22, watch our Facebook page for details), or perhaps for one last Angelina Lasagna and a lemon posset!
Mary & Dave
December 8, 2013