Tedesco’s Italian Fresh owners Christina and Eric Thomson say they have had a successful first year of business since opening their restaurant one year ago. Owners say they served about 50,000 people in their first year and expanded the seating area to accommodate more people and enlarged the kitchen space to increase operations. “We are so grateful for the support we’ve had from Sequim,” Christina Thomson says. The restaurant also is offering several new items this year, such as a new lunch menu, “Martini Mondays” with $4 off specialty martinis from 4-8 p.m. on Mondays, and a loyalty program. The restaurant will be closed from Thursday, Feb. 21, to Thursday, March 7, for a winter break. Sequim Gazette photo by Erin Hawkins

Tedesco’s Italian Fresh owners Christina and Eric Thomson say they have had a successful first year of business since opening their restaurant one year ago. Owners say they served about 50,000 people in their first year and expanded the seating area to accommodate more people and enlarged the kitchen space to increase operations. “We are so grateful for the support we’ve had from Sequim,” Christina Thomson says. The restaurant also is offering several new items this year, such as a new lunch menu, “Martini Mondays” with $4 off specialty martinis from 4-8 p.m. on Mondays, and a loyalty program. The restaurant will be closed from Thursday, Feb. 21, to Thursday, March 7, for a winter break. Sequim Gazette photo by Erin Hawkins

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