Monday, March 18, 2013
Chef Patrick Cassata is always ready to meet customers who recognize him from reality cooking show "Hell's Kitchen," but he knows it's the menu that keeps regulars coming back for more.
At The Bank, it’s not unusual for customers to stop in the restaurant and bar hoping to meet Head Chef Patrick Cassata. Cassata gained national notoriety as a contestant on the reality cooking show “Hell’s Kitchen.” While, the recognition may be nice, Cassata knows that what draws his regular customers and what has earned the restaurant a great local reputation — and a Gamon Award for Wheaton’s Best Restaurant two years in a row — is the restaurant’s commitment to doing its best for the community and its customers. The Bank recently was honored with the Gamon Award as the 2013 Wheaton Restaurant of the Year. “I think first of all, it’s a great award to be named Best Restaurant in Wheaton,” Cassata said. “When we were nominated of course …
Friday, March 8, 2013
Wheaton Chamber of Commerce recognizes businesses that received the most votes at the annual "Best of Wheaton Gamon Awards."
The Wheaton Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday hosted its fifth annual Best of Wheaton Gamon Awards, honoring businesses voters chose as the best in town. The winners include:
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
The 2013 Wheaton Chamber of Commerce Gamon Awards will recognize Wheaton businesses, organizations and individuals for their work in 2012.
Voting is open for the annual Wheaton Chamber of Commerce Gamon Awards, where Wheaton businesses and organizations will receive recognition for their work in 2012. The nominees are: Community Developent & Improvement Award Large Business of the Year Award Small Retail Business of the Year Award Award Small Service Business of the Year Award Small Service Business of the Year Award/Health & Wellness Field Restaurant of the Year Award Best Marketing Campaign Award Top Young Professional Award Small NFP Organization of the Year Large NFP Organization Voting takes place on the Chamber of Commerce website and ends Feb. 25.