Tri-County’s student-run restaurant reopens Wednesday
Culinary Arts students to kick off new year with buffets
Franklin- Gerry’s Place, the student-run restaurant at Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School reopened for the school year on Wednesday, September 17, with a limited menu.
To celebrate the restaurant’s reopening, students will bring back the always popular buffet lunch on Thursday, September 19, and Friday, September 20. Patrons can enjoy an assortment of salads, entrees and desserts for just $10.95. “The buffet lunches have become very popular over the last several years and have attracted quite a loyal following,” explained Culinary Arts instructor Nancy Haney. “As a teacher, it is rewarding to see how much our students enjoy preparing and presenting the buffets. We’re looking forward to another great year.”
The restaurant will roll out its full fall menu on Tuesday, October 1. Menu options will include a Sweet Potato Ravioli appetizer for $5.25, a Shrimp and Scallop Casserole for $7.00, a New England Pork Cutlet for $8.95, Chicken Chow Mein for $8.95, and a variety of salad and sandwich options. Gerry's Place offers hot or iced coffee and tea, flavored coffee, milk, and Coca Cola soda products. A full assortment of seasonal baked goods will be available in the Tri-County Pastry Display Case during regular hours of operation.
The restaurant is open to the public Tuesday through Friday from 10:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Gerry's Place will be closed on Mondays, half days, any day when school is not in session and on days as announced. Call-ahead and reservations are suggested. To make a reservation, or for more information about the restaurant, call 508-528-5400.