“Prince To Go” Now Open!
Prince Pizzeria’s second location, Prince To Go, is open for business on Route 1 North in Saugus after a “soft opening” Friday afternoon. The Daily Item was there to cover the launch.
“We’re going to kind of wing it,” said Prince owner Steven Castraberti. “Tonight if we open, if somebody comes in, great. If nobody comes in we’re going to cook and work on getting the place set up. (Saturday) we’ll be a little closer to being ready and Sunday will be another sort of practice day. We’re ready for customers, but we’re probably going to find there are some snags here and there.”
Prince To Go is located at the old Karl’s Sausage spot and will feature much of the same menu as the main restaurant, but food will be available for takeout only. Online ordering will also be available in about a month, said Castraberti. Prince To Go also features a retail section featuring many specialty foods and products that can’t be found in supermarkets.
Read the full article from the Daily Item of Lynn here, and make sure you stop by Prince To Go the next time you’re on Route 1 Northbound!
Funny Pharmacist: Artie Januario Soars to Headline Status
Comedian Artie Januario, who often works as a pharmacist at Super Stop & Shop in Lynn, is pictured with Steven Castraberti, owner of Prince Pizzeria in Saugus, and Mike Clarke, manager and booking agent for Giggles Comedy Club, located inside the restaurant.
Artie Januario already owns the title of funniest pharmacist in America.
“Some guys might claim to be pharmacists that sell drugs, but I don’t think they have a license,” jokes Januario, a 1973 graduate of Immaculate Conception High School of Revere.
Januario, a 56-year-old licensed pharmacist at Super Stop & Shop in Lynn by day and a professional comedian by night, has earned a much sought after title in show business: headliner.
Januario’s name was up in lights (actually big bold letters) on the Prince Pizzeria billboard outside Giggles on Route 1 last weekend. Januario performed at three shows and true to form, he “killed” – which in comedy means that the audience was rolling in the aisles in laughter.
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