Monday, October 22, 2012
Restaurant obtained common victualler's license from selectmen Thursday.
After months of postponing, Rico Ferrera, the building owner of Sabatino’s Trattoria, announced that the Italian restaurant is scheduled to open Nov. 1. The restaurant was originally supposed to open in April. Ferrera came before the Board of Selectmen Thursday night to obtain a common victualler’s license, which they approved. Food service establishments with capabilities for cooking, preparing and serving food is required to have a this license.The restaurant has also had an alcohol license for a year and a half. Sabatino's Trattoria, an Italian restaurant co-owned by mother and daughter duo Siorentina and Melinda Ferrera, is located at 111 W. Main St., Norton. It will feature brick oven pizzas and fresh homemade pastas on their menu. "…
Friday, September 21, 2012
Opening of italian restaurant still up in the air.
Several Patch readers have asked when Sabatino's Trattoria will be opening. Though the italian restaurant was originally slated to open in April, it is unclear when doors will open. Building owner Rico Ferrera said that the exterior was recently finished, and they hope it's open in a month. Located next to High Tech Automotive and Hess, Sabatino's Trattoria is co-owned by mother and daughter duo Siorentina and Melinda Ferrera. It will feature brick oven pizzas and fresh homemade pastas on their menu. "That's basically our goal is just to stick with the authenticity of Italy," Melinda said, adding, "We're just going to be very laid back. We're family oriented." The restaurant will accomodate 60 people.
Friday, February 10, 2012
Sabatino's Trattoria to occupy vacant building on W. Main Street.
*UPDATE* At the Norton Founder's Day Picnic, workers at Sabatino's Trattoria said that the Italian restaurant is scheduled to open in a month. Lately several Norton Patch readers have asked what exactly is going into the vacant building next to High Tech Automotive and Hess. The answer is Sabatino's Trattoria, an Italian restaurant co-owned by mother and daughter duo Siorentina and Melinda Ferrera. There a was a permit pulled for renovations to the building at 115 W. Main St. in September 2010. According to building inspector Scott Barbato, the rough frame has passed inspection allowing the wall board to be installed, and now work is just months away from being finished. Sabatino's Trattoria will feature brick oven pizzas and fresh …