This past summer, Angelina’s Kitchen owner Angela Verrastro made the decision to acquire the space adjacent to the restaurant. With a main dining room that holds just 60 seats, Angelina’s was unable to cater to large parties unless they rented out their venue on Sundays, the only day they are closed to the public. With the new space accommodating up to 70 people seated (or more for an open house-style event) and featuring a full bar and offering audio visual equipment, Angelina’s can now host special events during regular hours. “It’s a nice space for everything from business meetings to family graduation parties to neighborhood gatherings,” Verrastro says.
A Bigger and Better Angelina’s Kitchen
The popular local restaurant now offers new space for parties and special events.