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Friends and family joined Siler City Police Chief Michael Wagner and Mayor John Grimes to cut the ribbon on Nerricio’s, a new business in town, with co-owners Mary and Stephen Boyce at 1110 N. 2nd Ave. in Siler City last Tuesday. ‘The opening shows confidence in investing money in Siler City,’ Grimes said. ‘The enterprise has a good chance of succeeding because of Mountaire and the growing economy. Because of new management and money moving around, more independent small businesses now have a very good chance of being successful.’ The restaurant is located in the former home of 'The Copper Penny,' and offers a variety of Italian foods for patrons.
A new option for Italian food in Siler City.Grand opening celebration balloons fill the air at new restaurant Nerricio’s last Tuesday, as patrons of the restaurant enjoy a meal there. The menu offers traditional Italian fare, with subs and burgers, and all-day breakfast.
A sweet start to a new business.Siler City Mayor John Grimes cuts the cake on the new Nericcio’s Restaurant with co-owner Mary Boyce last Tuesday. Boyce has been in restaurant work all her life, she said, but this is her first restaurant after living here for 10 years. ‘I’m bringing the North to the South,’ she said.