BURRILLVILLE – A caterer previously located in Chepachet has plans to set up shop at 92 Pascoag Main St., adding to a growing list of businesses that have signed on to join the village’s downtown.

Pamfilios will lease a space in the two-story mixed use building owned by Bonnie Carter, which is currently under renovation.

The business is owned by Gina Fligg, who obtained a victualing license from the Town Council Wednesday night. Fligg is a member of Millrace Kitchen, a commercial kitchen space designed to support food entrepreneurs in starting and expanding their businesses in Woonsocket. She previously owned Philanthropy Tea and Coffee Co. in Chepachet – and ran a catering company as Pamfilios.

“My mouth watered when I read the menu,” said Councilor Dennis Anderson. “It’s exciting to see the number of new businesses in Pascoag.”

Pamfilios joins a deli that recently opened in the once quiet village downtown, and a brewery and pub that have plans to open soon.

The recent boon is, at least in large part, the result of a long-term effort by the Burrillville Redevelopment Agency to revitalize the area.

“Pascoag’s a happening place,” said Town Council President John Pacheco.

The catering company will serve items such as sandwich wraps, salads and pasta dishes, also available for take out. Fligg said the tentative opening date is October 1.

Unlike her previous location, Fligg told councilors the business will have no seating.

“Welcome to Main St.,” said Councilor Raymond Trinque.

The license was unanimously approved.

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