FRAMINGHAM – With just a few days left in 2018, Mini Bites Factory opened on Union Avenue in downtown Framingham.
Yesterday, March 1, Downtown Framingham Inc hosted a ribbon cutting for the Brazilian restaurant and takeout establishment with Mayor Yvonne Spicer and Rep. Jack Patrick Lewis.
Rep. Lewis presented a proclamation to owners Bruce Almeida and Claudio Sena. And then the state representative tried out the caramel churros sold by Mini Bites Factory.
This is the second location of Mini Bites Factory. The first location, and the company’s factory, is located on Ferry Street in Everett.
The company sells bite-sized appetizers and desserts.
You can order Coxinha, cheese balls, pizza bites, caramel or Nutella stuffed churros in quantities of 15, 25, 50 or 100 bites.
Prices are very reasonable starting at $3.99 for 15 and $14.99 for 100.