Combining his Pasta Shoppe with a new salumeria, Frank DePasquale has opened Bricco Salumeria & Pasta Shop this week at 11 Board Alley. The location is off 241 Hanover Street and adjacent to the existing Bricco Panetteria. We stopped by the new retail shop to snap these photos and were lucky to also catch the making of some fresh mozzarella.
The Massachusetts Restaurant Association held its annual Awards Dinner this week celebrating five leaders in the industry, including Frank DePasquale of Depasquale Ventures as Restauranteur of the Year. A North End power-house, Depasquale is best known for his award-winning North End restaurant concepts that include Bricco, Il Panino Trattoria, Mare Oyster Bar and Quattro.
The Five Star Diamond Award was presented on June 23rd to Frank DePasquale for excellence in hospitality at his Bricco and Mare restaurants in Boston’s North End. The award comes from the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences (AAHS). Joseph Cinque, President and CEO of AAHS, unveiled the award on Hanover Street at Bricco Ristorante & Enoteca. Frank DePasquale thanked the Academy and credited his staff for Read More…
StyleBoston highlights North End restaurateur Frank DePasquale and his Marblehead home, named Angel Cove. Mr. DePasquale is Chairman of the Board of the North End Chamber of Commerce and owner of Bricco, Mare, Trattoria Il Panino, Express, Umbria Prime, Gelateria, Splash and DePasquale’s Pasta Shoppe. Executive Chef Gianni Caruso is also featured.