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Barre at the Bar Lunch to raise money for breast cancer research, October 24, 2018

“While Rudy and Ron Vale have been hosting an October fund-raiser for four years at their Cohasset restaurant, the Corner Stop Eatery, this is the first time that they’re also having a special luncheon.

The Barre at the Bar luncheon, which will take place at the restaurant Oct. 24 at 10:30 a.m., includes a barre lesson taught by Stacey Hugues and a multicourse meal. There will also be pink wine and bubbly.”  Read More… READ MORE

Cohasset Mariner & Hingham Journal

EP-151019334.jpg&MaxW=315Bouncing Back After Breast Cancer Diagnosis, Treatment  October 13, 2015

“Breast cancer was nowhere on my radar,” said Vale, who owns the Corner Stop Eatery at the junction of Hingham, Cohasset, and Hull with her husband, Ron. She was only 45 when a routine mammogram revealed the terrifying truth: she was the one in eight.”  Read More…

Cohasset Mariner & Hingham Journal

BELBER: Scapes Spruce Up Local Fare July 1, 2015 Here at the Corner Stop, the only thing that makes us happier than bringing local farms to table is to bring school gardens to table. Our friends at Holly Hill have been doing sacred work for years getting school children’s hands dirty and and giving them an appreciation of sustainable farming. We’re proud to play a part through our composting program, feeding the earth that feeds us. Come in to taste the fruits of their labor with Walnut Crusted Halibut + Garlic Scapes + Yukon Gold Puree.  Read Jonny’s column here…  
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Jon Belber, Education Director, Holly Hill Farm

   

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chin121813cornerstop_so6A Restaurant’s Take: Cohasset’s The Corner Stop Serves Wings, Italian-Style  November 9, 2014 “With a stone fireplace and cozy sofas in the barroom, The Corner Stop in Cohasset bills itself as a friendly neighborhood spot, but that description belies its refined yet comforting modern American fare. A chicken wings appetizer, finished with an agrodolce glaze, ranks as a customer favorite. The Italian glaze, a reduction of red wine, vinegar, brown sugar, red onion, and crushed red pepper, brings a little heat. As the menu says, angry and sweet.”  

Hingham Foodie: Behind the South Shore Restaurant Scene

Screen-shot-2014-08-13-at-8.30.35-AM Farm to Table Dinner at Holly Hill Featuring The Corner Stop August 12, 2014 “What do you get when you put together 2 people who love food, the community, and the environment? The Corner Stop Eatery in Cohasset! Ron and Rudy Vale pour their heart into every meal, every customer interaction and every event that they do. And when you combine that kind of good karma with a whole farm full of people who just want everybody to have access to healthy organic food, you get a Farm To Table Dinner that benefits not only the attendees, but the entire community.”  Read more…

Cohasset Mariner & Hingham Journal

EP-140739144.jpgMaxW315Dishing It Out: Meet Corner Stop Eatery Owners Ron and Rudy Vale  July 31, 2014 “We’re Dishing it Out this week at the Corner Stop Eatery in Cohasset where owners Ron and Rudy Vale find collaborating with their talented and creative chef Sam Cabral-Curtis yields delicious results for diners.”  Read More…

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safe_image.php_ Modern American Food, With a Local Accent December 29, 2013 “For a restaurant that bills itself as a neighborhood eatery, it is fitting that the Corner Stop sits where Hingham, Hull, and Cohasset converge. The central meeting place is more elegant than its cozy name suggests, sophisticated yet never stuffy or fussy, and boasts a modern American menu with healthy and local offerings.”  Read more…

Cohasset Mariner & Hingham Journal

AR-311159598.jpgMaxW315MaxH315New Eatery Opens Where Three Towns Meet November 15, 2013 “In Cohasset – and Hull, and Hingham – good food is just around the corner.The Corner Stop Eatery, located on 235 Hull Street in West Corner where the towns of Cohasset, Hingham and Hull meet, opened last month in the building that used to house Italian restaurant DeNiro’s and is quickly becoming a local fixture.”  Read more…