New York Restaurant Only Hires Immigrant Grandmothers To Cook Their Food

Restaurant hires only grandmothers from around the world to cook food.

There’s nothing like the taste of grandmothers cooking.

One restaurant in Staten Island, New York knows that.

The Daily Mail reports Enoteca Maria owner Joe Scaravalla has employed more than 40 grandmothers (and one grandfather) from across the globe.

The restaurant has two kitchens.

One has nonnas that are always making Italian food.

The other has a rotating list of nonnas from around the world.

Algeria, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Sri Lanka, Greece, Turkey.

Those are just some of the countries and cuisines represented.

The grandmothers are paid $250 for 10 hours of work.

Plus they get the joy of watching customers enjoy their cooking.

Scaravella calls his program, “Nonnas Of The World.”

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New York Restaurant Only Hires Immigrant Grandmothers To Cook Their Food

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