Sunday, January 29, 2017

Hartness House chef brings big, bold flavors and music to Springfield

Nick Matush’s global experience, hometown roots and love of music make the talented young chef uniquely qualified to revitalize the Hartness House’s restaurant in Springfield.    


  1. Damn! These young people leave Springfield, but then THEY COME BACK! This makes all my complaints look really bad.

  2. His shark tacos are yummy!

  3. Thank you Nick for bring life back into the Hartness House. Food is incredible.

  4. Dinner out at end of December and last Saturday, fantastic meals all around, good job guys.


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