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New Meetup: FAN Restaurant of the Month

From: FAN A.
Sent on: Tuesday, November 24, 2009 10:31 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for The FAN Alliance!

What: FAN Restaurant of the Month

When: February 20,[masked]:00 PM

Saffron Bistro
80 Main St
Nasua, NH 03060

Note: This event requires a reservation and it may or may not require a deposit by the organizer so all cancellations within 48 hours of the event requires a reason. Please do not sign up unless you are sure that you can make it.


The membership has voted! The February Restaurant of the month is the Saffron Bistro.

About the Restaurant of the Month:
Over in Nashua, New Hampshire, Saffron Bistro offers a touch of French elegance. The bistro opened on June 7, 2007, realizing the five-year goal of the two 27-year-old co-owners-Benjamin Mercuri and Joe Drift, who is also the chef.

"It has been hard to get our own place started at such a young age, but we were determined," Drift says. "We both already have a lot of experience. I've been working for fourteen years, many of those in fine-dining establishments. We wanted to create a place that was really nice. Elegant dining is something new for Nashua, yet we feel that people are ready and looking for this kind of venue. The city is going places, and we want to ride that wave."

The d?cor conveys an air of refinement in every detail. Deep pile carpet cushions your step in the dining room. The walls are rich with artwork, chandeliers glitter overhead, and soft piano music emanates from the baby grand in the corner. The bar is equally elegant, with a Brazilian hardwood floor, full padded stools, and a bar top of imported marble.

Drift describes the restaurant's theme as more American French than classic French, although he uses a lot of French techniques in his cooking and some classic bistro dishes are on the menu.


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