Monday, May 14, 2018

Springfield native opens farm-to-table restaurant on Main St.


Chef Nick Matush has come full circle. He is preparing to open his new restaurant, the Copper Fox, at 56 Main Street in Springfield at the place where he started his career in the culinary arts.

www.vermontjournal.com

www.copperfoxvt.com


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  1. chuck gregory5/15/18, 12:49 PM

    Nick is a great example of what happens when Springfield's young adults leave town. (He got a lot of experience in his vocation and brought it back. Upon his return, he got reacquainted with a number of friends who'd never left and was saddened to see their uniformly glum assessment of life in Springfield. The description was enough for me to want to do opioids...)

    As a result of his broadening experiences, he found in his home town not a drudge but an opportunity!

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    1. I grew up less that 30 miles from the 3rd largest city in America. I thought living THERE was pretty glum; it turned out that it was I who lacked interest! Some people are just too lazy to get off their butts and do something with their lives; all they do is hang around and complain about how boring things are (as I did when I was young.) Thankfully, Mr. Matush was not one of those. I wish him success! Geography means nothing; if you want a life, GO OUT AND MAKE ONE!

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