Richard Sasso took a great deal of pride in his restaurant on Norwood Street, the 8/10 Bar & Grill.
Those of us who enjoyed Richie’s company, and his food, found the 8/10 a very comfortable place.
Richie took a great deal of interest in what he served and he insisted it should be fresh, always, tasty, and if it was steak that you preferred, the 8/10 excelled at that kind of dish.
He most always sat at the far end of the long bar watching everyone meander in.
He was talkative, friendly, and humorous, always.
The restaurant where he spent his work life was a monument to his understanding about what to do with a small city legendary eating place.Continue reading “Richard Sasso Was A Good Guy”