10 February 2016

VALENTINE'S DAY WEEKEND at SABUR

Follow your heart to a romantic dinner...

With delicious offerings and lots of cozy romantic areas of the restaurant, Sabur is a delightful choice for Valentine's Day weekend.  Celebrate Friday, Saturday or Sunday with some of the sumptuous specials that Chef Wdson is featuring for the weekend:

CRAB CAKES  $9
Crab meat, peppers, onions, Old Bay seasoning, yoghurt dill sauce

DUCK BREAST IN ORANGE SAUCE  $23
Roasted duck breast, orange sauce, marinated diced pineapple

SURF & TURF  $24
Grilled filet mignon and shrimp in a creamy dill sauce with zucchini ad potato

CREAM PUFF $5

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23 March 2014

Like the Old Vine

Movie Premiere and Wine Tasting

Join us for the Boston premiere of the documentary "Like the Old Vine" which features renowned Croatian American winemaker, Miljenko “Mike” Grgich.
Space is limited!! For tickets to the movie, please visit Friends of Croatia's website, friendsofcroatia.org.

The wine tasting will be followed by the Neretva Dinner, a separate event/separate individual payment based on your order, organized by Sabur and starting at 6:30pm. In addition to its regular menu, Sabur will create a special menu from the Neretva river delta region where Mike is originally from - one seafood (brodet), one veggie, one meat dish.
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18 March 2014

SABUR RESTAURANT HAS NEW OWNER

Bosnian Poet Takes Ownership of Sabur Restaurant

SOMERVILLE, MASSACHUSETTS (March 2014): After 12 years of diners enjoying their Mediterranean meals on copper topped tables, under soft lantern lighting, Sabur Restaurant has changed ownership.  Faro Zilkic, Sabur’s new owner hails from Bosnia, and spent the last year mentoring under the previous owner, before taking ownership in January 2014.  Zilkic is committed and excited to preserve the ambiance and cuisine that Sabur's guests know and love.

Zilkic’s life before the restaurant industry included work as a journalist, radio and television producer, and café and bookstore owner.  He is a published poet, renowned in Bosnia for his poetry that emotionally conveys many of the raw and difficult experiences he lived through during the 1992-1995 war.  Ironically, the war is also how he met his American wife, who was in Bosnia doing research for her doctorate studies on genocide prevention and cultural responses to humanitarian interventions.  He moved to the United States with her in 1999.

Although he is relatively new to the restaurant industry, he always dreamed of owning a business that could connect his home culture with his adopted American one. “When I moved to Boston, the opportunity finally arrived in the form of Sabur Restaurant,” Zilkic said, “I can now provide my new community with a taste of my youth.” 

For Zilkic, the meaning of hospitality encompasses all that the food, service and atmosphere have to offer.  He feels that coming into his restaurant should be something unique and special that can transfer you from one place to another.  "At Sabur, you are sitting in Somerville, but feel like you are in another part of the world. In Bosnian, the word, "sabur" means "relax".  This is what we aim to achieve for all of our guests."

Zilkic plans to add his own flair to the restaurant while maintaining Sabur's brand. 

Sabur is located at 212 Holland St in Teele Square in Somerville and is open seven days a week for dinner service, and open for brunch on Saturday and Sunday.

Please direct all media inquiries and communication to Amy Severino at 978-799-7601 or sabur@saburrestaurant.com.

 

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