Through the years the north east corner of Scott and Canon Streets housed a strip joint  named Fast Eddie’s Booby Trap, then morphed to an Italian eatery, La Scala, with opera singing and pasta, and for a short time, The Lighthouse.  For the past few months a makeover occurred in the building.  And it’s pretty swell.

Two tenants occupy the corner:   Jennifer Marie creates chocolates, heavenly angel food cakes and more at The Elegant Truffle, now five and half years old.   Along with terrific chocolates, Jennifer will, in about a month, serve espresso made with coffee from Italy’s Caffe Barbera.  She’ll bake a daily scone to go with the coffee and will open at 7:30am.  The only other place to find this coffee is in Hillcrest at Cafe Barbera on Fifth Avenue.  On Saturday, July 20, Jennifer will cook at Macy’s Home Store kitchen with Chef Bernard Guillas (Marine Room).

In the Lighthouse space  comes Pommarola (same owners as its neighbor Pomodoro).  The restaurant  opens this week with Neapolitan pizza–yes, the real deal with imported flour and other ingredients, along with the oven visible in the open kitchen.  There will be a few other dishes, but the star of the restaurant will be pizza.  Stay tuned as I’ll soon report on the food.

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