continued The new building is a mansion compared to the Burnett Street building. It features a second floor, complete with a bar and a room that can host corporate events and wine tastings.
Gentile’s offers on- and off-site catering. If you decide you want to host a party at the restaurant, there are private rooms available.
“That’s a nice feature of the new building,” Belair said. “It truly allows us to expand our business.”
There’s weekly events, too, such as Bring Your Own Wine on Tuesday. You can have dinner with whatever wine you choose and there’s no corking fee. Wednesday is Quiz Kevin night, where patrons choose ingredients for Gentile to incorporate into a fresh dish. Thursday is Pasta Night, and Gentile offers 10 different pasta dishes to choose from, and it comes complete with a salad for $14.99.
Gentile summed up the move in a few confident words.
“We learned to adapt to this small kitchen,” he said. “Moving is just a new chapter in our book, which isn’t finished yet. I hope that it will have a happy ending, and I’m sure it will.
“This is just a boatload of fun.”
Neil Benjamin Jr. can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.