In 2000, with a loan from her Grandmother, Amy bought “the Virgin Café” at 214 Wickenden Street. Along with a name change Amy set out to create a neighborhood spot where locals and students could meet and grab coffee, breakfast or lunch in a fun space with an unpretentious vibe. With her sister Ari and a great staff helping to run things Amy’s has become an East Side staple.
Over the past 17 years Amy’s has had facelifts, paint jobs, redesigns, lots of new employees, and we finally upgraded from cooking on electric skillets to an actual restaurant kitchen. But through all the changes Amy’s has remained consistent in our goal….serving delicious food with great service.
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