Cary, NC, August 18, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Gabriele Davanzante, owner of Enrigo Italian Bistro (http://www.dineenrigo.com), an authentic Italian dining experience known for slow-cooked, robust cuisine made in-house, has announced that the bistro has been recognized by The Cary News in its annual Best of Cary Survey as the Best Italian Restaurant in the town. Located in the Waverly Place shopping center, Enrigo is a true Italian bistro, where Davanzante, a native of Italy, has created a unique atmosphere, and Chef Meri Serpillo serves authentic cuisine from her homeland of Tuscany, including many pasta dishes and Italian wines. The Best of Cary survey is compiled annually by voters and readers of The Cary News and announced in its publication, Cary Today, and online at http://www.carynews.com each July.
“Since Enrigo opened in Cary this year, we have strived to bring the authentic bistro dining experience of my homeland of Italy to the wonderful community of Cary,” said Davanzante. “To be recognized by The Cary News as the best Italian restaurant is truly an honor for all of us and a symbol of our hard work. We love the town of Cary and would like to thank all of the residents and readers for voting.”
About Enrigo Italian Bistro:
Established in 2012, Enrigo Italian Bistro is a true bistro by definition: a small restaurant known for its slow-cooked, robust cuisine made in-house, with moderate prices in a modest atmosphere. Chef Meri Serpillo serves pure, authentic Italian cuisine from her homeland of Tuscany. Her pastas, sauces, desserts and specialties are made fresh every single day. Located in the Waverly Place shopping center in Cary, N.C., Enrigo is open for lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday and offers catering options for special off-site events of all sizes. For more information, visit http://www.dineenrigo.com.
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