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Giumarellos Restaurant & G Bar Announce New Chef De Cuisine Greg Fenski

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New chef hired at Giumarellos.com providing new American cuisine for diners

Haddon Township, NJ – May 23, 2017 /MarketersMedia/

Giumarello’s Restaurant & G Bar, specializing in Italian cuisine, announces the hiring of a new Chef De Cuisine, Greg Fenski. Fenski, formerly the Executive Chef at Nordstrom Restaurant Group, brings several years of experience in American cuisine to this Italian family restaurant. He has also held positions at The Manor and Highlawn Pavilion at Eagle Rock Reservation in West Orange, NJ and previously owned Food for Thought and World of Mouth in South Jersey. With his background, he knows what it takes to run a high volume fine dining restaurant and deliver exceptional customer experiences.

“We are extremely excited to have Chef Fenski as part of our team,” stated Chef and owner Sam Giumarello. “His skillset provides a superior mixture of foresight, education, and experience. Giumarello’s guests are absolutely going to love what he is able to create for them.”

Giumarello’s Restaurant & G Bar is an Italian family-owned restaurant known for a robust menu with fresh locally sourced ingredients, extensive cocktail list, intriguing wine list, and rotating craft beer selections. They offer delicious Lunch and Dinner options, in-house pastry shop, catering, dining rooms to Host A Private Party or Luncheon, and more. The addition of Chef Fenski allows the restaurant to expand their menu and provide newly inspired American cuisine to patrons.

“We are looking forward to what Chef Fenski can bring to our restaurant,” continued Giumarello. “We believe that his skills will be invaluable. This is an exciting time for us, as well as our customers, and we believe our new Chef De Cuisine is going to enhance the dining experience and allow our customers to enjoy a new and more diverse menu.”

For more than 28 years Giumarello’s Restaurant & G Bar has been serving an expansive Italian inspired menu to patrons. Located on Haddon Avenue in the Haddon Township area of New Jersey, the dining room has grown from its humble beginnings when it was only accessible to a limited number of guests, to now offering a spacious and welcoming dining experience. One of the busiest times of day is Happy Hour, but the restaurant draws a steady crowd throughout the day.

ABOUT GIUMARELLO’S RESTAURANT & G BAR

Originally opened in 1988, Giumarello’s Restaurant & G Bar started with modest beginnings. Today, the restaurant has grown, now being licensed to serve alcoholic beverages and offers one of the most popular happy hours in the area. In addition to serving guests in the public dining areas, the restaurant also hosts private parties for those celebrating weddings, anniversaries and other special occasions. The restaurant has also received the Five Star Diamond Award, which was presented by the American Academy of Hospitality Services, and Tripadvisor has ranked them as a top restaurant in the area for years.

Contact Info:
Name: Sam Giumarello
Organization: Giumarello’s Restauarant & G Bar
Phone: 856 858-9400

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