Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Highlighting a local business every week.
Welcome to our weekly Business of the Week feature, where we highlight a business in town. All businesses we highlight are listed in our business directory. This week's spotlight is on The Local Table. The Local Table serves breakfast and lunch on weekdays, dinner on Thursdays through Saturdays and brunch all day on Saturdays. The brunch menu features brioche French toast, special omelets, waffles, homemade corned beef hash and eggs, pressed sandwiches, burgers and more. The dinner menu features appetizers, salads, entrees, burgers and desserts. The Local Table also offers more than 20 craft beers, most of which are local to New England as well as a variety of wines available by the glass. The restaurant hosts live music on Saturday …
Friday, December 7, 2012
Rose Saia will make a holiday meal for a select few from Acton and Sudbury at no charge.
Not everyone will be able to enjoy a Christmas dinner this year, but one Acton business owner will try to make it happen for at least a few families in Acton and Sudbury. Rose Saia, owner of The Local Table in West Acton, is offering meals to those in need ... specifically a Christmas dinner and cookies at no charge. "We’d prepare the meals and they could pick them up to re-heat at home, or, if it is someone who is unable to get to the restaurant, we could deliver it," she said. Saia was once a volunteer for Little Brothers and Friends of the Elderly. She would brink her kids to pick up a meal and visit with someone (a senior) for about an hour on Christmas day. "It was quite an eye-opener for them," Saia said, "and despite having done …
Monday, April 30, 2012
Vote in the poll, defend your choice in the comments, and come back Friday at noon to find out the winner.
In our latest Best of Patch Readers' Choice Poll, we want to know where you think the best place is in Acton to go for Mother's Day brunch. According to our Business Directory, your choices in Acton are: Take our poll and let us know what you think. Because this poll is not scientific, it is not the sole consideration in choosing a winner. The winner will be determined by the Patch editor, based on poll results and reviews on Patch Places. Please vote only once per survey, per Patch. The poll will end Friday at 9 a.m., and we'll announce the winner at noon Friday. For a list of rules and regulations, click on the pdf attached to the article.
Monday, March 19, 2012
The fourth in our series of "Patch Readers' Choice" contests. Vote in the poll, defend your choice in the comments, and come back Friday at noon to find out the winner.
Last week was our third in a series of Acton Patch Readers' Choice contests. The category was "Dental Practice or Dentist in Acton" and Acton Dental Associates was voted by readers as the winner. Here's how this week's contest works. Vote in the poll below on where the best kid friendly restaurant is in Acton. Add comments supporting your decision and influencing other Acton residents and leave a review in the Patch Places pages. The poll closes at 9 a.m. Friday. Because this poll isn't scientific, it isn't the sole consideration in choosing a winner. The winner will be determined by the Patch editor (that's me, Patrick Clark), based on poll results, comments on this story and reviews on Patch Places. Please vote only once. And now, the …
Sunday, March 4, 2012
This week's bite is in West Acton.
In January 2011, Rose Saia became the new owner of Savoury Lane in Acton. She decided to make a few changes to the menu and the dining experience eleven months later, and with this came a name change: The Local Table. Dive into this Dish: The Corned Beef Reuben for $8.50. Don't Miss: The Grilled Cheese Combo with bacon for $6.95 Cool Factor: Have a great sandwich and grab a local beer with it - Harpoon, Sam Adams and Wachusett breweries. Location: 251 Arlington St, Acton, MA 01720 *Got a suggestion for us? Email me at Patrick.Clark@Patch.com.
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Formally known as Savory Lane, Owner, Rose Saia, wanted a new name for her new-style bistro.
Rose Saia recently purchased Savory Lane and conducted only minor changes to the business. As of Monday, Nov. 28, Savory Lane will be known as The Local Table. Watch the video-interview with Rose Saia, as she talks about why she changed the name and what else is changing.