Twyrl Blog

Twyrl Blog

The Face of Twyrl

The Face of Twyrl
When coming to Twyrl for the first time, if you’re greeted by this man with the funny looking mustache, don’t be alarmed.  No, he’s not a member of your local barbershop quartet or a grizzled gun-slinger from the wild west, it’s just your host & co-owner Chris having a little fun with the face of...
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Twyrl Friends

Twyrl Friends
The Twyrl legion continues to grow!  Thanks to all our new friends and loyal guests for making the past four months outstanding in so many respects.  Also, a special shout-out to the Twyrl family for helping to make this a truly great place to work.  We hope it’s evident to all our guests how much...
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Anka Bric, “Second Acts” featured panelist.

Anka Bric, “Second Acts” featured panelist.
Twyrl co-owner/chef Anka Bric is one of the featured panelists at Second Acts: How Women Change Up their Work Lives this Wednesday, Nov. 8 at 7pm at Arlington High, 869 Mass. Ave. Anka will talk about what it takes to make the move from a career in biomedicine to restaurant ownership, what she has learned...
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Reflections and shadows

Reflections and shadows
It’s certainly been a whirlwind at Twyrl since we opened our doors three months ago.  Because of the tremendous response we’ve received from the surrounding communities we had to quadruple our staff!   We’re now making our handmade pasta 50 hours a week and we’re going to have to increase those efforts as we’ve just...
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The Boston Globe – “A Taste of Venice in Arlington”

“Where to Twyrl, Arlington Center’s new pasta bistro in the former Madrona Tree space. Its signage announces itself in curly letters that look like spaghetti. What for Mix-and-match homemade pastas and sauces, grilled sandwiches, salads, and al fresco seating. Owners (and in-laws) Anka Bric and Chris Furlong hope to recreate a vibe like what they’ve...
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