Porcini has been an elite member of
Upon graduation from the
As I mentioned earlier, Porcini has been around for 18 years and Jenny helped to coordinate an event to celebrate the success of the restaurant. "Porcini has not been known for their special events in the past and that is something I want to do more of because [I am very passionate about them]."
In addition to hosting more special events, Porcini will unveil a new summer menu sometime after
Porcini is very accommodating and greatly values feedback from their customers. If you have a special request or if there was a particular item they had on the menu way back when, they will do everything they can to make your request a reality.
Owner Tim Coury "is not an absent owner, he is there tableside" as was evidenced in a recent visit I had to the restaurant. He asked my wife and me how everything was and proceeded to speak with us for several minutes, unaware that I was going to write an article about them.
There are some fresh things we will see under the competent supervision of Jenny Vice including a new website that will give diners the ability to book a reservation online. In reality, however, not much is going to change at Porcini and I think that is what has allowed them to have such sustained success. It is still an upscale, but not pretentious, place where you can come in jeans and a t-shirt or a 3 piece suit and feel perfectly comfortable. Not to mention get a great meal.
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