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Dozens of classic motos unleash their hoods and strut their struts at the Saugus Car Show, flanked by a thrilling array of kid-friendly entertainment, booths from local restaurants and vendors, and two raucous concerts. Strap into a comfy lawn chair and peer toward the center of the historic Saugus Speedway for Friday's Slow Car Cruise, which celebrates classic rovers' years of service by letting them take a leisurely victory lap. Hundreds more garage escapees populate the premises on Saturday for the classic car show, where hundreds of vehicles in categories from Ferraris and rat rods to motorcycles and exotics await automotive oglers. Wheel-based entertainment gives way to guitar-slinging on both evenings; stop by Friday to pogo to ska pioneers The English Beat or head in on Saturday to take in the stylings of the '80s tribute band Radiostar.
Pacific Whey Café prepares each of its menu items from scratch using ingredients that are delivered to the restaurants every day. Throughout its kitchens, meat is roasted, bread is baked, and eggs are juggled based on the specific demands of each and every order, ensuring the freshest possible transmission of food to hungry mouths.
The owners of Wicked Wiches never cut corners when it comes to their gourmet sandwiches. All of their sauces are made from scratch using local, organic, and sustainable ingredients whenever possible. The bread is made locally, too; all sandwiches are served on a freshly baked eight-inch roll slathered in homemade mustard. The restaurant’s focus on fresh, homemade food earned praise from the Orange County Register.
A menu of reworked classics includes the bada bing ‘wich stacked with hot capicolla, mortadella, prosciutto, salami, ham, and provolone cheese and the patty ‘wich, a vegetarian mix of pesto, balsamic-glazed heirloom tomatoes, mozzarella, and fresh basil. In addition, the small eatery features a new specialty sandwich each week inspired by the season and that week’s catchiest radio jingle. Diners can pair ‘wiches with kettle chips and a root beer or other specialty soda from the Main Root soda fountain.
Although he specializes in American comfort fare, Executive Chef Diego Velasco wields a packed cabinet of culinary styles and spices, elevating meetings and cocktail parties to a higher gastronomic plane with custom menus crafted from many fresh, locally sourced ingredients.. Midday meals get a savory infusion from the corporate-catering lunch menu, which includes a signature sandwich tray ($54 for 16 half-sandwiches)—a selection of up to four of the various bread-bookended taste-fests, which include a brisket po boy. The hot lunch buffet ($14.95/person for 15–50 guests, $13.50/person for 50+ guests) offers a flavorful cornucopia of meatloaf, ribs, and cornmeal-fried catfish. Appetizers by the dozen grace the à la carte menu and include the grilled scallop lollipops with saffron aioli ($26), and the mashed-potato pancakes with American caviar ($22), a laid-back affront to the snobbishly monocled Caspian variety. Chef Velasco's epicurean enthusiasm runs rampant throughout the entree offerings, which include buttermilk fried chicken, and grilled leg of lamb accented by pineapple-mint vinaigrette.