Meet Chef Nicolas Intonti
Executive Chef Nick Intonti was born and raised in the Boston area and got his start in several South End kitchens, including Aquitaine and Cinquecento. His family history(Italian-American immigrants who settled in East Boston, and early New England settlers on the Mayflower) is reflected in his food, which weave together European techniques and local New England ingredients. After several years in Boston, Chef Nick relocated to Central Texas where he worked at a fine dining Northern-Italian restaurant sourcing local produce from farmers and purveyors in the Southwest. After a trip to Milan, Nick and several colleagues were struck by the Aperitivo culture and decided to bring a version of this laid-back hospitality to Austin, TX and opened a casual all-day café called Uncle Nicky’s. In 2019, Nick was also honored with a continuing education grant from the Ment’Or BKB Foundation, which supports Team USA at the Bocuse d’Or World Competition. Through this opportunity, Nick worked under Chef Massimo Bottura at Osteria Francescana in Modena, Italy for several months. Chef Nick is excited to bring his vision of Italian cuisine to coastal New England.
Meet Matthew and Margaret Cain owners of 35 Beach, who have always been driven by their passion for great food and good company. Margaret's lifelong dream of opening a restaurant became a reality with the support of her son Matt, daughter Brittany and his best friend Nick, who is the executive chef.
Matthew, deeply connected to the community, welcomes guests with open arms, ready to engage in friendly conversations. Their restaurant reflects their thoughtful approach, offering the best food with fresh quality ingredients, creative cocktails and impeccable service all aimed at creating a memorable dining experience on the North Shore. The Cain's look forward to meeting you soon at 35 Beach!