The downstairs bartender at Main Street Grille has personality to share. Melisa Venditti's infectious laugh and witty outlook on life will bring a smile to your face.
Editor's note: This story was originally published in November 2011 and is being refeatured on North Canton Patch today in light of Small Business Saturday this weekend. Main Street Grille's downstairs bartender Melissa Venditti shares her philosophy on listening, laughing and serving drinks in the basement of the North Canton restaurant.
We ushered in a new business, just as Borders on The Strip says goodbye. We met a sassy bartender named Melissa Venditti. And we brought you some coverage on the flooding around North Canton
1. What would make North Canton a better place to live and work? About 70 people showed up to the North Canton Civic Center Thursday night to answer that question. Read in our story here about their thoughts and what happens next regarding the city's Master Plan. 2. Many in North Canton didn't fare so well after our big storm Monday night. Basements were flooded, and in some cases, whole buildings were flooded. That was the case for Pathway Caring for Children, which is relocating to Canton. 3. We're lumping two together for you history lovers out there. We've got a feature on the historic Fieldcrest and another Friday Fact — What is that little brick building at Main and Maple streets? 4. We ushered in one new business — Five Guys …