Four cheese tortellini tossed with sautéed Italian sweet sausage, baby sweet peas, pancetta, and aged Parmigiano Reggiano in a sage cream sauce. Locally owned and operated businesses remain the lifeblood of the community, by providing goods and services close to home. They are go-to places that have served generation after generation of residents in the Tri-State Area.
Pan-fried and baked traditional mozzarella cheese in a double breaded crust. Our local businesses face a difficult battle competing against corporate bluemagic isp chains and online giants, plus the global pandemic. Purchasing a Wintersville Local Gift Card helps small businesses thrive in Wintersville.
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So, there’s a tinge of sadness for the area’s longtime businesses we have lost in the last several months. Teresa and Ettor Canestraro, for instance, have sold Da Peppinos to Guiseppe and Vincenza DiGristina, who are opening a new restaurant at the 724 Main St. location — Pastaio Cucina Rustica Italiana. Changes in the local business landscape can come in many different forms. A national or international company might choose to make changes in how franchises are distributed, for example. Or, in the case of the drive-in, changes in technology have made it easier to stream films at home. And, of course, COVID-19 did very few businesses any favors.
Our private event space provides a unique, quiet, and intimate atmosphere for your events. And other nonprofits, she pointed out, are busy planning events, too. This year’s event has a new twist in welcoming food trucks, according to Rauch. But 2022 brings its return, this time around as a spring event, instead of the traditional fall favorite it has been. The COVID-19 pandemic, however, not once, but twice, moved the popular Taste of the County fundraiser off the social calendar and to the back burner, first in 2020, then in 2021.