New Appetite-Pleasing Takeout



(Illustration: Charles Weiss)

I recently heard about a new Bridgewater takeout-only eatery. Nosh, at 706 King Street, is opening in May.

Nosh offers a great place to get meals to take home for busy families and hungry people.

I spoke with the proprietors, Sandy and Derek, and they described their menu and philosophies on food service and how they always wanted to run their own food establishment. Combined, they have several decades of restaurant and food preparing experience. They also want to include their children Dahlia and Maverick in the establishment’s operation.

They described their plans to me eagerly. Everything at Nosh will be freshly made from local sources.

They will prepare fresh, homemade soups and sandwiches daily. From a simple vegetable soup to sweet potato and lime soup, from broccoli and cheddar soup to lobster bisque. They anticipate a favourite soup for customers will be Irish harvest soup served with “farl,” potato bread.

Along with soups, sandwiches, and salads they will be serving local and international dishes, such as chicken parmigiana, arancini, and butter chicken.

Sandy and Derek plan to offer two different take out options: fast service available from 11 am to 3 pm and prepared meals available from 4 pm to 7 pm. They’ll also be selling homemade, prepared salad dressings and sauces.

For those with a sweet tooth, Nosh will have key lime pie, brownies, cheesecake, and chocolate chip cookies.

The take-out food scene in Bridgewater will be even more tasty with Nosh! Watch for their opening in May!

Charles Weiss is an artist and writer living for the past few years in Pleasantville. He is originally from Southern Ontario where he illustated and wrote editorial stories for newspapers and magazines including the Toronto Star and Real Fishing magazine. He regularly exhibits his paintings and sculptures in Lunenburg Art Gallery.


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