August 11, 2022

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Il Camino Italian Cafe in Leominster has been serving nonni’s sauce for 50 many years

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LEOMINSTER — Louis Daigneault was 7 a long time outdated when he figured out how to bread veal on prime of tomato containers in the cozy kitchen of Il Camino Italian Restaurant, and his older brother, Rick, was 12 when he and their other siblings had been qualified in producing homemade pasta.

“We ended up terrific at cracking eggs,” Rick Daigneault recalled final 7 days.

In 1970, the Daigneaults’ mom and dad, Jack and Frances (Ciccolini), ordered the Italian restaurant on 555 Central St. from Attilio and Ilda Antonioni. After a quick interval of transition, Il Camino opened beneath the Daigneaults’ ownership on Jan. 2, 1971, and has been a metropolis staple because.

For the final 10 months, the restaurant has endured the issues of COVID-19, and this previous weekend, the household proudly marked 50 years in company.

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