We have been honored to be featured in the press a time or two in the last 6 years. Here are just a few!
Per Noi, a beloved Italian restaurant in Salt Lake City’s Highland Park neighborhood, is moving south.
Chef and owner Francesco Montino, along with business partner Tony Casella, decided to move the popular trattoria from its original spot at 1588 Stratford Ave. to a larger place at 3005 S. Highland Drive, once home to Michelangelo Ristorante.
The last day of business on Stratford will be Wednesday, Feb. 28 — almost six years to the day it opened Feb. 29, 2012.
"Per Noi" in Italian means, "For everyone." This restaurant features delicious Southern Italian cuisine. Chef Francesco showed us how to make Spaghetti Pescatori, which means Spaghetti with fresh seafood
For a while I didn’t think Salt Lake had any good traditional Italian Restaurants. I mean non-chain, family run trattorias where you can really have a taste of Italy for an evening. Then we found Per Noi. Per Noi is a small neighborhood Italian restaurant with fair prices and legitimate Italian food.
The owner literally stands at the entrance of his restaurant to greet you. He was so friendly that I knew I would like the restaurant before I even sat down. Basically, everything after that was just as wonderful as our welcoming entrance.
What an honor and a great time we had this morning on set with Chef Bryan,
Chef Bryan Woolley is an American celebrity chef, television personality, and operatic tenor. Chef Bryan appears on a daily cooking segment on the Salt Lake City CBS affiliate KUTV Channel 2 at noon and hosts a weekly 30-minute cooking show, ”Cooking with Chef Bryan,” also on KUTV channel 2 and KMYU, digital channel 2.2.