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Party Pixs & Food: Me “N” Mo Meatballs and More on South Street

Earlier this year a new eatery opened on South Street called

Me “N “Moe Meatballs and more. A delicious little spot at  214 South St. Earlier this month they held a grand opening party, with friends, family and media to try out the balls, as well as delicious side dishes.
The cozy little joint on South Street has several different varieties
of meatballs on the menu including buffalo, beef and pork and the
surprising and delicious, vegetarian one. It was sweet and tasty.  

                                                     

  
Meatballs and Sauce – $8.00  (Four balls served with choice of sauce
and homemade focaccia. No mix/match.)    Pick your meatball   Daily     1
Spicy Pork   2 Beef  3 Lamb  4 Chicken  5 Veggie     Specials     6
Buffalo Chicken  7 Hong Kong    Pick your sauce   Daily     1 Marinara  2
Hot Meat Sauce  3 Mushroom Cream Sauce  4 Sauce A La Vodka  5 Pesto  6
Barolla Rosemary  Sage Reduction     Specials     6 Buffalo Wing  7
Ginger Soy Reduction      

 

Here are a few of the side dishes served at the party. They are $5 each and can be eaten with the meatballs or not.

Homemade Spaghetti

Homemade Gnocchi
Homemade Lasagna
Old Fashioned Mashed Potatoes
Sweet Potato Fries
Arugula with Fruit
Grilled Roasted Vegetables
Mixed Greens
Seasonal Sauteed Greens
Iceberg Wedge
(with Gorgonzola, Blue Cheese and Bacon)
+ Specials
                                

Me N Mo Meatballs (214 South ) Chef Sandro Frusone and Sandro Frusone, co-owner with Natalie Guercio of
VH1’s “Mob Wives” at the opening party. Natalie is holding the popular
buffalo chicken meatballs and the spicy pork meatballs.

Al Lee, Jessica Lopez and Amy Gordon

Shelly Hoffman, Cassie Hepler and Elspeth Misiaszek
Melody Roy, Evon Burton and Kristen Johanson

 Michelle Lenard – The Hat Lady

He’s got the Midas touch.

 Here comes the meatballs….


Patrick Mullin and Laura Burkhardt, Where Magazine

Councilman Mark Squilla (he loved the meatballs, and you know with a name like Squilla he knows his way around a meatball or two) and Sandro Frusone

There was a nice mix of friends, family and press for the opening night party. So many folks RSVP for the party, they held two sessions for the meatball loving guests.