NYLON – Salvatore’s Saloon opened its doors to the public Monday April 20th at 4:00 PM. The historic building has been under major remodeling for nine months and behind a wall of plywood the Pearl family transformed a tired and worn storefront into a striking and fresh bar and restaurant. The improvement is welcome and complimentary to the architecture of the Historic Village.
This is the 37th location in the Salvatore’s Pizza Family and the first to support a full bar. The Pearl family also owns and operates two other Salvatore’s locations in East and West Henrietta so that experience helps them know and understand how to best serve the needs of the public. Not only will they serve pizza and wings but they also feature full menu items such as fish fries, pulled pork and a host of other lunch and dinner items and sandwiches. Over 50 beer varieties, many of local origin, state of the art wine dispensers and full cocktail choices are available along with standard soft drinks. The opening of this restaurant will support 40 new jobs in Scottsville. Additional products and services are scheduled including delivery and Arthur Treachers Fish and Chips. Currently Salvatore’s Scottsville delivery is handled by their West Henrietta location.
This store will be owned and operated by Nick Pearl and Cary Webster will manage the bar and front end. This location also has a second floor private party room available for events and birthdays. Decoration was accomplished using as much of the original store as could be salvaged but the striking front entryway, thanks Craigslist, clearly sets a standard for the workmanship of mostly local carpenters. Also woodwork by Michael Souers and Tradition Woodworks both of Scottsville contribute to the welcoming comfortable ambiance. These nine months of labor clearly produced a gem at 11 Main Street, Scottsville. Stop in and say hello!
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PHOTO CAPTION: Top – Salvatore’s storefront. Inset – the new bar area. (Photos/courtesy of Rob Chan)