Happy Earth Day! Thought we’d share just a few ways we love our Mother at The Corner Stop…
* Our fryer oil is collected and processed into biodiesel fuel.
* We recycle everything we possibly can- bottles, cans, plastic, cardboard… You’d be surprised how many restaurants choose not to.
* We collect all our kitchen scraps and coffee grinds and give them to our good friends at Holly Hill Farm to add to their luscious compost pile.
* Our takeout supplies are fully biodegradable or made from recycled materials.
* We support and source produce from local sustainable farms, like Holly Hill and Norwell Farms.
Sure, there are easier ways of doing things, but it’s important to us to have our business reflect our values.
We are partnering with Fortua to kick off a thought leader dinner series. Our first dinner is on May 4th and will be on the topic of Lyme Disease. Only 32 seats are available and tickets must be purchased through this link.
It’s going to be an engaging evening with two Lyme disease experts: Elena Monarch, Ph.D. and Kenneth Bock, M.D. You’ll enjoy dinner, listen to a talk by our two thought leaders, and you’ll have the opportunity to ask them questions throughout the evening.
These dinners are designed to be small, intimate, and conversational. Tickets are on a first-come-first-serve basis, and are sold exclusively through the Fortua page, so purchase your tickets and invite your friends to join you. It’s going to be a great evening!
Date: Thursday, May 4, 2017
Start Time: 6:30pm
The evening will include a delicious dinner and a presentation by two Lyme disease experts: Elena Monarch, Ph.D. and Kenneth Bock, M.D. You’ll enjoy a three-course meal; beer, wine & non-alcoholic drinks; an interesting and informative talk; and the opportunity to ask Dr. Monarch and Dr. Bock questions throughout the evening.
Schedule of Activities:
6:30pm: Attendees enjoy appetizers, drinks, and time for a meet & greet with Dr. Monarch and Dr. Bock
7:00pm: Attendees take their seats, and Dr. Monarch & Dr. Bock deliver a 20 min talk, followed by an opportunity for questions and discussion
7:30pm: Dr. Monarch and Dr. Bock join everyone for dinner and conversation
8:15pm: Dessert & coffee are served, with additional time for Q&A and discussion with Dr. Monarch and Dr. Bock
Easter is fast approaching and we’re now taking reservations from 10:30-7:30. We’ll be serving up our menu with brunch additions and other Easter favorites. We’d love to be a part of your family tradition.
… because everyone’s a little Irish on St. Patty’s day, and it is the South Shore after all. Our Sous Chef Luke Sullivan will be making his signature Corned Beef and (Mini?) Cabbage… Alright, so they’re brussel sprouts.. but we promise not to fancy them up too much. So stop by and saddle up to the bar… We’ve got all the fun of St. Patty’s, without the green beer.
What a soupy, sloppy mess! The Corner Stop will be closed today, and we’ll be hunkering down with the rest of you. Be safe and stay sane…
When better to celebrate the many loves of your life? We open for dinner on Valentine’s at 5:00 and still have a few reservations remaining. The bar counter is always open for walk-ins, so stop by with your sweetie for some oysters & bubbly to kick off the night…
We’ve got everything you need to rock your Super Bowl party and are still taking catering orders for pick up by Sunday at 5:00. Be a hero and bring our Angry + Sweet wings along- featured on Phantom Gourmet and a fan favorite since we opened. We’ll have them wrapped up and ready to pop in the oven for you. Tack on some Clam Chowder or Roasted Tomato Soup, Caesar, Hippy Dippy salad, flatbreads… Just give us a call at 781-875-3065, and we’ll do all the hard work for you.
Just a heads up- we’ll be open this Sunday from 11:30 to 5:00 for all those needing a head start on the day’s festivities, but will be shutting it down for the big game. Go Pats!!!
Have a happy & healthy 2017 from all your friends at The Corner Stop. If you’re still in the game on New Year’s Day, we’ll be open at noon and are amping it up with dollar oysters all day, housemade bloodies, pomosas, chili and clam chowder to go along with our Cure. The games will be on… and yes, PJ’s are totally acceptable attire.
Looking for somewhere festive to ring in the New Year? Gather up some friends- We’re still taking reservations for New Year’s Eve dinner. Best of all? We’re close enough to have you back home and in your jammies in time to watch the ball drop. Of course, we’ll have plenty of bubbly flowing, noisemakers and funny hats for those who want to party like rock stars into the wee hours… wee meaning midnight around here.
Happy holidays from our family to yours. We just wanted to take a minute to express our heartfelt gratitude for your support and patronage. When we opened our restaurant three years ago, we set out to create a place where the community can come together… where three generations gather… a place that feels like home. We’re humbled every day as we see your smiling faces come through our doors and make that dream a reality. We wish all the best to you and yours…
Rudy & Ron Vale
Just a reminder… we will be closed Christmas day so our staff can spend time with their families. We’ll reopen for dinner on Monday and, looking ahead, will be open New Year’s Eve and Day. We’d love to see you…