Fiorentini, DiZoglio and Vargas to Attend Grand Opening of Carbone’s Kitchen Today

Blackberry Capreses Salad

Kristen Carbone. (Courtesy photograph.)

After a week of a soft opening at Carbone’s Kitchen in Central Square Bradford the restaurant is formally opening this afternoon.

Carbone’s Kitchen describes itself as a fusion of classical Italian food with an American twist. It is owned and operated by Haverhill’s Kristen Carbone and is committed to offering delicious, handmade recipes with a convenient approach.
“We’re taking the hassle out of eating fresh, homemade food by offering delicious, ready-to-eat meals, baked goods and desserts that families will love,” said Carbone.
Mayor James J. Fiorentini, Sen. Diana DiZoglio and Rep. Andy X. Vargas are amongst those attending the grand opening and ribbon cutting of Carbone’s Kitchen, 151 South Main St.

Carbone’s Kitchen has sold out every day since opening informally while they built on their full menu according to a statement. “The community has been amazing. Café guests have shown so much love and support for this new venture,” shared Carbone. “I’m definitely feeling the community love, and truly appreciate every bite I serve.”
“I love watching new small businesses open in the area and know how much courage and focus it takes to create a thriving business,” said DiZoglio. “They are truly the backbone of our economy in the Merrimack Valley and across Massachusetts. I wish Kristen the very best and look forward to trying some of her delicious delicacies during the grand opening.”

Carbone said she has loved the culinary arts since childhood. She watched her favorite chefs Martin Yen, Lydia Bastianich and Julia Child taking in all of the kitchen culture and learning to create her own delicious ways of cooking. “My love for cooking goes back to my childhood, where I learned the ‘old ways’ of making delicious, traditional Italian cuisines,” shared Carbone. “I’m both grateful and lucky to be able to do what I love for a living.”

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