Saffron Bistro ending Nashua run after six years
Joe Drift, executive chef and owner of Saffron Bistro in Nashua, announced Thursday that his restaurant is closing. Drift will continue as the executive chef at 11Eleven Bistro in Manchester. (Courtesy)
Saffron Bistro announced Thursday it will be closing its doors on Saturday, concluding six years of business in Nashua.
“We have been slammed every night,” he said, adding he also expects a large crowd for Saturday’s final dinner service.
“I hope something positive will come from that,” he added.
Saffron Bistro posted an announcement on its Facebook page Thursday morning, receiving many comments from loyal customers who are disappointed the establishment is closing.
“A special place with special people. We will miss it all,” posted Amalia Scontsas.
Saffron Bistro was well-known for its fresh and frequently changing menu, which most recently included specialities such as New Zealand lamb, steak frites and angry lobster and linguine.
No reservations will be accepted on Saturday because of the large crowd expected, according to Drift.
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