The Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting to celebrate the opening of Evviva Trattoria of Rochester.
Evviva Trattoria, located at 155 Marketplace Blvd (The Ridge), features modern Italian food served in a comfortable and casual atmosphere.
According to their website, their chefs take beloved Italian and American classics and add their culinary flair, stating "We are extremely passionate about utilizing only the freshest and highest quality of ingredients while providing the best service to our guests."
To learn more about Evviva Trattoria, visit www.evvivatrattoria.com.
Appearing in the photo (in no particular order) is Charles Belanger, District Manager for Evviva Trattoria cutting the ribbon as well as several restaurant employees, State Senator James Gray, Mayor Paul Callaghan, Chamber President Laura Ring and Director of Events Tanya Hervey, Rochester Economic Development Director Mike Scala, Economic Development Administrative Assistant Carole Glenn, Rochester Public Information & Community Engagement Manager Matt Wyatt, Chamber Board Chair Kerrie Landry of Living Innovations, Chamber Board members Janet Oliver of Unitil, Sharla Rollins of First Seacoast Bank, David Stevens of Century 21 Northeast, Amy Brown of Yankee Electric & Co., Homeless Center for Strafford County board members Rachel Gilman and Kathleen Levesque.