Eatery's new owner wants same 'extremely high quality' food, service

Former owner of Blue Ribbon Catering and Chef's Market retires after more than 40 years in the food business.
Cary Ashby
Nov 12, 2012

Blue Ribbon Catering and Chef's Market has a new owner -- but the business philosophy of the previous owner will remain the same: "Extremely high quality" food and service.

Joe Viviano IV became the new owner of the 50 N. Prospect St. eatery at the beginning of November. The previous owner, Norwalk resident Paul Lindenberger, retired after more than 40 years in the food business.

A feature story about Viviano was published on the front page of Monday's Reflector.

 

Comments

Richard Russell

*Like*  Joe should be a great addition to our business and dining community!

Contango

Best wishes for much success!

With local sm. businesses dropping like flies and govt. rules, regs and taxation becoming increasingly onerous, it's good to see someone with the spirit to attempt to persevere in a difficult environment.

swiss family

great place... great food, great service, and quality people....I am so glad that someone is continuing the tradition...

R U Kidding me

I go in every morning for coffee awsome place great food and very reasonable theres very few mom and pop places left. Hope you don't change nothing to the worst. Its great the way it is. I wish you luck

TOPGUN01

WE SEEN PARKERTOWN GO DOWN HILL FAST WITH NEW OWNER!NOW OUT!HOPE THEY KEEP UP THE GOOD FOOD!IF IT SELLS DON,T CHANGS IT?

luvblues2

Calm down, little one. No reason to scream and yell. Here, have this spelling book and go sit down for a "time out".

Cliff Cannon

Thanks Paul for the great food,for so long.( See you at the farm) Best of luck Joe as you continue this tradition of great food.