New Eateries Popping Up Throughout The Merrimack Valley
Chelmsford, Wilmington, Tewksbury all welcoming new restaurants.
Selectmen approved a common victualer license for Sweet Kiwi Frozen Yogurt, which will be located at 7 Summer Street next to the Animal Haus. The specialty frozen yogurt shop will be Chelmsford's first after many similar stores have started up in the area.
The result was her car crashing through the wall of the bakery/shop.
There were no injuries in the accident, although the car went through the wall where the fudge was so there was a loss of fudge and some of the penny candies.
Smolak Farms is still open for business.
“I think I get 20 messages a day asking when we’re opening,” said Buscone, the owner of Fro-Yo to Go, which will open on August 11. “It’s been no secret that we’re coming to town.”
Fro-Yo to Go, located in the Square One Plaza at 2 Lowell Street, will provide 12 flavors of self-serve frozen yogurt along with a variety of topping choices. Customers fill their own cup and can do so with multiple flavors if they desire before hitting the toppings bar.
Self-serve frozen yogurt shops are popular as they pop up around the country. But Wilmington’s location is not a part of a chain, and brings a local flavor thanks to its owner.
The trio wanted to be featured on New England culinary television program “Phantom Gourmet” within a year, and they wanted to be on Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” within five years.
It took the restaurant owners just months to achieve their first goal. And by this fall, the group will be able to say they achieved their second goal as well.
For Mark Angluin, that's the goal as he makes preparations to open Al Fresca Ristorante, Tewksbury's newest Italian restaurant.
"All of our ingredients will be imported," said Angluin. "From the oils, to the cheeses to the deli meats. We'll be grinding our own Romano cheese. We're going for authenticity."