Business Briefs

Jewler Relocating

Cellini Design Jewelers has announced plans to move to 464 Boston Post Rd, the newest hotspot for retail in town with the just opened PRIME 16.{{more}} Third Generation Bobby Bengivengo, grandson of founders Jeannie and Louis DeSimone, Sr., told The Orange Times that he expects to complete the move by Oct. 1 to the 3,400’ space after an extensive build out , including the design and fabrication of custom display cabinets. They have been in business for 65 years.

The second generation, Bobby’s Mother Jean and her brother Lou DeSimone ,Jr., and his father Bob Bengivengo were with the company when it was on Chapel Street 25 years ago. Bobby, his sisters Heather and Marissa , the third generation of this full-service jeweler, are excited to coming to Orange from its current location on Forest Ave in West Haven, where it’s been for the past 25 years.

Cellini will continue with its on-site jewelry and watch repair and its bench jewelers to create hand-crafted custom designed pieces .

The lease was negotiated by Fred Massore of Colonial Properties.

Iron Chef From Italy

Orange residents Tony and Ellen Villano proudly introduce their new executive chef, Enzo Cannata, to their Milford restaurant Villano’s. Cannata is an award winning Iron Chef who until recently has been perfecting his culinary craft in his native Sicily.

“We are very excited to have Enzo with us” says owner Tony Villano. “We look forward to bringing the authentic Italian tastes of Italy to our community, as well as creating some original and exciting dishes.”

Lease Pending

We understand that the former Boater’s World in the Kinko/Fed Ex plaza will soon be occupied.