Friday, April 5, 2013
Wilmington Residents Have a New Choice For Frozen Yogurt.
The temperatures are supposed to creep into the 60s next week. That makes it a perfect time to be thinking about frozen treats. Wilmington residents have a new option when it comes to frosty deserts, now that the Pink Melon has opened its doors. Owned by Cuong Bui, the Pink Melon opened for business on March 27. The shop features self-yourself frozen yogurt with a wide variety of flavors and toppings. The Pink Melon is located at211 Main St., in the Wilmington Crossing Plaza. The storefront is the same location that once houses K&A Cones. It is open Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sundays 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. For more information on the Pink Melon, you can check out their Facebook Page by clicking here.
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
New restaurant is located just off Main Street.
There is a new entrant into the highly competitive world of Wilmington roast beef restaurants. Rizzo's Roast Beef & Pizza opened its doors at 3R Church Street on March 18. Owner George Rozopoulas said he has been very pleased with the reception the restaurant has received in the first week. "It's been a grand slam so far," he said. This is the third "Rizzo's" for Rozopoulas. He founded the chain in Peabody and Salem but has since sold the Peabody location. The menu features pizza, calzones, subs, sandwiches, pastas and more for eating in, take out or delivery. Rozopoulas knows his food and service will need to be top-flight to compete with local eateries featuring roast been such as Brothers Roast-Beef & Pizza, Simard's Super Roast Beef, …
Sunday, March 10, 2013
Each week we take a look at some of the stories making headlines in neighboring Patch towns.
Hospice Worker Accused Of Stealing From Dying Patient's Home A 24-year-old hospice care is facing larceny charges after police she allege she stole thousands of dollars worth of jewelry from a dying patient's home. Moratorium Proposed For Medical Marijuana Dispensaries in North Reading On Election Day last year, Massachusetts voters approved a ballot proposal that allows medical marijuana sales in the state, which left cities and towns to set regulations for medical marijuana dispensaries. The Community Planning Commission (CPC) held a workshop Monday night regarding such dispensaries in North Reading. According to Town Planner Danielle McKnight, the CPC discussed proposing a moratorium to residents at Town Meeting in June. Reading: …
Friday, February 22, 2013
The bagel shop plans to move in May.
Sunrise Bagels is planning to move to Wilmington in May. According to owner Larry Cutts, they are closing their North Reading location and will not be a bagel shop when they open in Wilmington. The new shop will be open at 355 Middlesex Ave. in Wilmington. The Wilmington Selectmen voted to approve a common victualer license for the restaurant last week. Sunrise Bagels has been in North Reading for 22 years, and they were the only bagel shop around when they opened, Cutts said. "We hope a lot of our existing customers will make their way over," he said. They plan to change the menu up a bit in the new location, especially the breakfast menu, Cutts said. "We are not going to be a bagel shop, that’s not what we are looking at," he told Patch…
Thursday, February 24, 2011
Sushi or Moo Shi, the choice is yours at Golden Ginger.
Looking for a place to grab a bite and can’t decide if you are in the mood for sushi or Kung Pao chicken? Why not head to Golden Ginger and have both? Located in the Staples Plaza across from Market Basket, Golden Ginger is a very reasonably priced restaurant that specializes in Chinese and Japanese cuisine. They have both a large dining room and a bar area so it’s the perfect place to have drinks after work with friends or enjoy a lovely dinner for two. The staff is friendly, the décor is welcoming and the food is excellent. Try the shrimp and lobster sauce over the house fried rice with a crispy spring roll and you won’t be disappointed. If you and your dinner companion are more in the mood for Japanese food, definitely order the Love …