is no Ordinary Project
Good Friday is usually a quiet day at Sadler’s Ordinary.
Not this year. Good Friday was the reopening of the
restaurant located in the center of Marlborough town
that went under major reconstruction efforts to
revitalize its kitchen. The kitchen is now renovated to
accommodate a larger quantity of meals and is better
equipped to further satisfy its customers. In fact, one
hundred forty dinners were prepared in one day alone.
“It’s been a real learning experience,” says Kevin
Haggerty, owner and co-chef at Sadler’s.
In early March, Sadler’s closed for the
month in order to complete a major overhaul of the
kitchen. It reopened again on Good Friday, only to find
customers waiting in the parking lot for the doors to
open. The floor, three new sinks, new fire
extinguishers, new GFI’s, which is now a requirement and
other new kitchen equipment, was installed making it a
very expensive renovation project. “The sink alone was
expensive,” Kevin grins, as he eagerly makes pancakes
for the morning breakfast buffet and MBA member meeting.
Kevin also received many calls from
“Sadler addicts”, and others who waited in the parking
lot for the restaurant to open.
Kevin Making Pancakes
Tues-Sun. Lunch and Dinner, Sunday
61 North Main Street Marlborough
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