The Press Herald reports that Tony Napolitano Jr. has purchased the Espo’s Trattoria building at 1335 Congress Street where he plans to move his family’s restaurant, Maria’s Ristorante. The Maria’s building at 337 Cumberland Ave was sold to Youth and Family Outreach.
Tony Napolitano Jr., owner of Maria’s, said Saturday that Espo’s will close sometime in mid-October and he will begin “light renovations” at the Congress Street location during the first part of November. Maria’s, which will celebrate its 60th anniversary in January, will reopen there sometime in December, Napolitano said.
“We’ll keep a lot of our same old classics (on the menu) and add some new ones,” he said. “We’re going to do some happy hour stuff with small plates at the bar. We’ve got a lot of great ideas for the place.”
4 comments on “Maria’s Moving into Espo’s Space”
Looking forward to the new restaurant.
What are the hours going to be ?
I hope you will still offer gluten free pasta dishes.
do you have a reopen date yet
What will your hours be. Will there be meals not Italian as my wife is Italian and I am of French decent and do not care for pastas in and shape or form, but do like baked haddock or baked chicken, which could be offered for those like me.