Join us on Wednesday, August 31st for a "Last Glimpse of Summer" 5 Course Wine Dinner, Al Fresco! Sample wines from around the world and dine on custom paired delicacies, courtesy of Executive Chef, Tony DeRienzo. Seated is limited for this exclusive dinner, so reserve your seat today! FAQs Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event? Guests attending this event should be 21 years of age or older and be prepared to show identification. What are my parking options? Novara has a private parking lot located on Church Street (a one way). Street parking is also available. Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Kaitlyn@novararestaurant.com Is my registration/ticket transferrable? Yes, your ticket is transferrable with advanced notice. Please contact the event organizer with the name of the guest who plans to attend. What is the refund policy? Tickets to this event are non-refundable, but can be transferred with advanced notice (3 days prior). Please contact Kaitlyn@novararestaurant.com to transfer your tickets. We apologize for any inconvenience.
The Milton Art Center is joining up with this national anti-gun violence organization and putting on a free outdoor, Sunday afternoon show 9/25 3-6:30 to show our support for this worthy cause. http://remembersept25.org/ Allysen Callery Dennis Brennan Aaron Lippert (from 90's band Expanding Man) The Wolff Sisters Franc Graham Band
It’s sweater weather once again and we’ve got something that pairs perfectly with your favorite cozy cardigan—delicious craft beer. Join us Saturday, October 8th for our second annual Fall Beer Fest! We’ve got representatives from all the best breweries in New England coming by to pour plenty of delicious suds and it’s all FREE for YOU! So tell your family you’ll handle the grocery shopping this weekend and come sip your way through the store, learn a bit more about craft beer and discover your new favorite fall brew.
The Town of Milton was founded in 1662 and is located in Norfolk County. The town is known for its beauty and wealth of the community.
Points of interest in Milton include the Captain Forbes House Museum that was built in 1883; Captain Forbes was a ship owner and designer as well as an internationally known philanthropist. Also visit the Blue Hills Reservation for a piece of history and a picture perfect view of Boston.
Milton is also home to the first chocolate factory in New England which was the Baker Chocolate Factory built in 1764. The town is also one of the most Irish towns in the United States.