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Primo’s Newest Addition- An Antipasti Bar

Food lovers, listen up. This past week, Primo opened their new Antipasti Bar, and, trust me, it’s an addition you don’t want to miss. Six days a week (every day but Tuesday), one of Primo’s chefs will be behind the counter preparing dishes right in front of you. And Monday evenings, head chef Melissa Kelly will be the one behind the counter.

Don’t worry, from the counter you can still order anything off Primo’s menu, but there is an additional menu as well—a menu that boasts a variety of specialized meats and cheeses, Primo wood-fired pizzas, various vegetable and antipasti plates, dessert dishes, a Piatti del Giorno (‘Dish of the day’), and more. As always, you can enjoy $1 oysters on Sunday and Thursday evenings.

On the back of the new Antipasti room, Primo has also added a new deck with chairs and a few tables. With these warm summer nights that we have been having lately, it may be the perfect time to go enjoy a glass of wine or one of Primo’s specialty beers or cocktails on the back porch.

Primo doesn’t take reservations for the new room, so you no longer have to plan your dinner weeks in advance. The next night that you are looking for some delicious food and a great atmosphere, head over to Primo and check out the new Antipasti Bar.

This post was written by Chelsea Sonksen, a junior at Colby College who is interning with Maine Food & Lifestyle magazine this summer.

MF&L Staff at Maine Food & Lifestyle magazine.

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