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STASH’S, HIGHLAND PARK’S OLDEST RESTAURANT, CELEBRATES 44 YEARS OF BUSINESS & GRAND OPENING OF SISTER RESTAURANT, 2ND STREET ENOTECA

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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Scheduled for Tuesday, April 17th from 4-5pm

HIGHLAND PARK, IL (APRIL 17, 2012) --- Stash’s, Highland Park’s oldest restaurant, is celebrating their 44th anniversary this year.  Best known for its diverse menu and the ‘best French fries on the North Shore’, Stash’s will be hosting a birthday celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony, with Highland Park Mayor Nancy Rotering, for the grand opening of its sister restaurant, 2nd Street Enoteca on Tuesday, April 17th, 2012 from 4-5 pm.

 

The newest dining concept on the North Shore - Stash’s by day, 2nd Street Enoteca by night - Stash’s transforms into a beautiful full-service restaurant out of an Italian countryside. Open daily (except Monday) at 5pm, 2nd Street Enoteca, which is Italian for “wine bar”, is an innovative new way to eat out.  Recognized as one of the areas only BYOB (no corkage fee) establishments serving an authentic Italian menu made of locally-sourced organic items whenever possible, patrons love the high quality, low cost option during these economic times.

 

Open daily from 11am-3pm, Stash’s will continue to offer customers its full lunch menu, and take out or delivery at night. Stash’s aficionados will be pleased to know they can still get their fix after three with the new “Stash’s Classics” menu that will be offered at 2nd Street Enoteca.

 

The ribbon cutting ceremony, is open to the public, and will be hosted by Highland Park Mayor, Nancy Rotering and Bobby and Debbie Dubin, owners of Stash’s and 2nd Street Enoteca. Other Highland Park Chamber of Commerce officials will be in attendance and are invited to enjoy menu tastings from 2nd Street Enoteca. 2nd Street Bistro will also be launching their new Spring menu.

 

In order to properly thank their patrons for supporting the business for 44 years, Stash’s is reaching out to customers to submit their favorite memories, photos and stories for a chance to win dinner for two. Stash’s is always open for lunch, take-out and delivery, and it is the only place around that serves only 100% Vienna Beef hot dogs. Stash’s also recognizes that in this health-conscious world today, there has to be options for everyone. Some healthier and less expensive menu options include an organic salad bar, and no up-charges for replacement of sides. 


About Stash’s Restaurant & Grill
Stash’s first opened in 1968, and 2012 marks the year of their 44th anniversary. They offer traditional American foods such as burgers, fries, pizza, sandwiches, salads, and more. Stash’s continues to be a favorite lunch hotspot of North Shore residents year after year, also offering lunch boxes and catering to support local businesses.

 

Stash’s is located at 1825 Second Street in Highland Park. They are open daily from 11am-8pm. For more information, please call 847-432-6550, or visit www.StashsRestaurantAndGrill.com.

 

About 2nd Street Enoteca
Billed as the North Shore’s (and possibly the nation’s) first and only BYOB enoteca, owner Bobby Dubin and Executive Chef Michael Gottlieb serve up a contemporary Italian menu made of local, organic and sustainable items. 2nd Street “Enoteca,” or Italian wine bar, is designed specifically for pairing gourmet food with wines brought in by its’ customers.

 

2nd Street Enoteca is open Tuesday through Thursday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Average dinner entrees range from $12 to $24. In addition to dining in, 2nd Street Enoteca offers catering and private parties. For more information, please call 847-433-3400, or visit www.2ndStreetEnoteca.com.

MS November 14, 2012 at 01:52 AM
Stash's closed? Can someone confirm? Drove by this evening, and it looked like there was a sign stating they were closed and thinking people for 44 years of business. This only 2 weeks after issuing WeDeals for all three restaurants.

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