Tuscany in Center Harbor – Gusto Café serves Italian for breakfast, lunch

Jan 30, 2020 490

Nick crocheted while taking the train through Europe. Elena hurt her knee in Brazil. Because of those two events, there’s a new café overlooking Lake Winnipesaukee. Gusto Italian Café opened just after Christmas, and the weeks since have been a whirlwind for Nick and Elena Gagliardi. Their breakfast-and-lunch restaurant has been more popular than they could have hoped, proving to them that their decision to gamble on the open storefront was a good one.

Nick is a Gilford boy. He graduated from GHS in 2011, then studied business administration at Plymouth State University. After college, he and some of his friends decided to take a year to travel around Europe. They were taking the train to Rome, where they were hoping to find a hostel, when Nick decided to pull out his yarn and crochet hook.

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SOURCE: https://www.laconiadailysun.com

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