The new home for Anne Quatrano’s market and restaurant should open soon
Star Provisions and Bacchanalia need a little more time to settle in at their new home. James Beard winner Anne Quatrano’s celebrated market and restaurant were scheduled to relaunch at a new Ellsworth Industrial Boulevard building on Saturday, but finishing touches are still being applied. A new debut date has not been set.
Despite the delay, Little Star, Quatrano’s new sandwich shop that is remaining at Westside Provisions District, is officially open for business. Old Star Provisions staples, like the shrimp po’ boy, cauliflower banh mi, and prosciutto baguette, are available along with salads and bowls.
“As we looked towards our next chapter for Bacchanalia and Star Provisions Market & Cafe, we wanted to remain true to our dedicated Westside patrons whose support allowed us to embark on this new opportunity,” Quatrano said in a prepared statement. “We hope that our guests will enjoy the refreshed concept and menu, and we look forward to continuing to support Westside Provisions District as the destination evolves.”
Quatrano and her husband/business partner Clifford Harrison announced the big move last May. While it will result in Star Provisions and Bacchanalia operating out of a state-of-the-art facility, Little Bacch is a casualty of the relocation. The small restaurant that sat below Bacchanalia at Westside Provisions District closed at the end of December.
Little Star is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. See the menu below.
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