Thursday, April 18, 2013
The following health inspection reports were submitted by Sharon Board of Health inspectors.
Editor's note: The following was provided by the Sharon Health Department. Any inspection report below is a snapshot of the day and time of the inspection. On any given day, a restaurant could have more or fewer violations than noted below and may not be representative of the overall cleanliness of an establishment. If there are any questions or concerns, contact the Sharon Health Department at 781-784-1510. Coriander Bistro, 5 Post Office Square: French Memories, 3 Post Office Square: Mick Morgan's, 973 Providence Hwy: Editor's Note: Due to an error, the above list previously contained an item that stated the sink was only to be used for 'brainwashing' as opposed to 'washing'. Mick Morgan's, 973 Providence Hwy:
Monday, April 1, 2013
The local bakery is situated right in Sharon center and has everything from great coffee to a wide variety of baked goods.
Sharon bakery French Memories is located right in Sharon Center, and features a generous selection of bakery items such as french pastries, breads and has a lunch menu that features specialty soups and sandwiches. French Memories, Cafe Vanille has four locations in Massachusetts including French Memories in Duxbury which opened in 1989, Cafe Vanille on Beacon Hill opened in 1999, the next Cafe opened in Chesnut Hill Mall in 2001 and the Sweet Memories in Sharon in 2008. Owners Philippe and Debra Odier came to the area with the intent of opening an authentic French Patisserie. They have received the Best of Boston Award in 2005, 2007, 2009 and again in 2011. Sharon Patch spoke with Tess Odier, the daughter of Philippe and Debra and asked …
Friday, February 1, 2013
Folks at the local coffee shop weighed in this week as to what the top seller was for baked goods.
French Memories located at 3 Post Office Square in Sharon, has always been a hot spot for residents to sit down and enjoy a cup of coffee, a baked snack and free Wi Fi. Sharon Patch stopped in to ask the folks at the local shop what the top selling baked good is. The answer? "The almond croissant," said Tess Odier, the owner's daughter. What are your favorite baked items at French Memories? Let us know in comments.
Saturday, July 30, 2011
Did you know your town offers places to sample all the tastes of the world? The Saturday Patch Passport is a complete list of places to eat in your town organized by international flavor.
Do you want to get out of the kitchen, but are bored of the same old places you always go to? Want some fresh ideas for tasty meals? Then the Patch Passport can help. We have assembled a list of local places with international flavors. Try one out and let us know what you think. Bon Appetit! Bakeries Chinese European Ice Cream and Candy Stores Indian and Nepali Irish Pub Pizza