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Son of Greenwich restaurateur arrested as Florida fugitive

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The son of a controversial local restaurateur is being held by Greenwich Police after a DUI arrest turned up a warrant for his extradition to Florida. Paul Wahbeh Ardaji, 41, gave his address as 179 North Maple Street, a home he shares with his father Paul Ardaji, 65, owner of a number of restaurants in […] [Read More]
Categories: food, police

Watch prize-winning pizza man cook famous pie

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Prize-winning pizza maker Bruno DiFabio is like a scientist at work in the kitchen of his Old Greenwich pizzeria. The self-described “pizza geek” selects a flat circle of dough made of sea salt, flour, water and fresh beer yeast and slaps it against the cutting board. He slaps and stretches it repeatedly until it is evenly […] [Read More]
Categories: food, Old Greenwich

Glenville firefighters to ramp up heat at regional chili cook-off

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Glenville volunteer firefighters likes it hot. Their chili, that is. A team of firefighters led by Joe Sechi will be tackling a very different sort of heat this weekend when they take on three other tri-state area firehouses in the semi-finals of CBS RADIO New York’s Firehouse Chili Cook-Off this weekend. They’ll be going up against […] [Read More]
Categories: food, Glenville

Thanksgiving food drive at Greenwich High

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With Thanksgiving not far off, Greenwich students are already mobilizing to help less fortunate members of the community. Greenwich High School’s Roots & Shoots Club has committed to providing a meal to 200 Greenwich families this Thanksgiving and is holding a food drive, which runs until Nov. 22. For the food drive, collection boxes will […] [Read More]

FEMA Flood Zone meeting back on for Wednesday

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The information session about the effects new flood zones may have on your property, previously scheduled for last week, is back on. The session, dubbed “Flood Zones & FEMA – How do They Affect You?” will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 6 at the Town Hall meeting room. Here’s all the deets, courtesy […] [Read More]
Categories: food

Whole Foods is coming to Port Chester

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A new Whole Foods Market is set to open Tuesday, Oct. 22 at 575 Boston Post Road in Port Chester, N.Y. — a short drive away from Greenwich’s Byram neighborhood. The new store will be the Austin, Tx.-based grocery brand’s 365th location. Whole Foods already has a Greenwich store located at 90 E. Putnam Ave. […] [Read More]
Categories: Byram, food, shopping

‘Eatalian’ opens on the Avenue

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Eatalian, an authentic Italian cooking and catering company renowned for serving up foods made with hard-to-find ingredients from Italy, opened this week on Greenwich Avenue. The restaurant has an expansive menu of pizza, pasta, sandwiches, antipasti and salads. The restaurant will also offer delivery and host gourmet cooking classes. Chef Andrea Tiberi opened his latest […] [Read More]

Foliage walk planned at Stone Preserve

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Interested in mushrooms, foliage and forests? Greenwich Land Trust is hosting its Fall Fungal Forray and Foliage Walk from 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 19. The rain date will be Sunday. The guided tour on this forested property will include informal lessons on the mushrooms found there plus views of beautiful foliage and […] [Read More]

Apple picking at Agnew Orchard

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Greenwich Land Trust is hosting an apple picking event at Agnew Orchard Preserve from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5. Attendees will have the opportunity to tour the orchard, learn about apple varieties, make applesauce and interact with bees. All ages are welcome. The GLT Agnew Orchard Preserve is at 40 Close Road in […] [Read More]

Italian kitchen set to open on the Avenue

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Coming soon to Greenwich Avenue is Eatalian, an authentic Italian cooking and catering company renowned for serving up foods made with hard-to-find ingredients from Italy. Eatalian has an expansive menu of pizza, pasta, sandwiches, antipasti and salads. The restaurant will also offer delivery and host gourmet cooking classes. Chef Andrea Tiberi will open his latest […] [Read More]
Categories: Downtown, food, The Avenue