Interviews with Pete Sueltenfuss & Nicholas Nappi

The Portland Daily Sun has continued its restaurant worker interview series. Wednesday’s paper included an interview with Pete Sueltenfuss, a line cook at Fore Street,

What’s missing from the Portland restaurant scene: Late-night dining. This town rolls up its sidewalks at 11. There’s a need and desire to have a place that serves until 1. There are lots of restaurant folks in this town and there’s nowhere to eat when we get out of work.

and Thursday paper included an interview with Nicholas Nappi, the Chef de Cuisine at Local 188,

What’s missing from the Portland restaurant scene: Chinese food that hasn’t been Americanized. We joke that Portland ought to put a moratorium on Thai restaurants until we got one good dim sum place.

One comment on “Interviews with Pete Sueltenfuss & Nicholas Nappi

  1. Oddly enough, there are places open to one clock including Ruski’s Tavern where they serve a full
    menu right up to last call. Boda’s also open that late with a full menu and I’m sure there’s more than a few others that are likewise.

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