Whether you’ve seen our lasagna on Food Network’s Throwdown! with Bobby Flay or our meatballs and sauce have made an appearance on your dining room table, you know that ours is the kind of feel good story you can really sink your teeth into! From the TODAY Show to the Food Network’s The Best Thing I Ever Ate and lots of places in between, we’ve made a name for ourselves in our hometown and all the way to Hollywood.

Bove’s Caters to Customers, Nostalgia

Bove’s Caters to Customers, Nostalgia

By Courtney Lamdin | May 9, 2018 When people walk into Bove’s manufacturing plant in Milton, they may not expect to see company president Mark Bove sitting in the next room. But that exact scenario plays out all the time, Bove said. “I’m always here,” he said. “Always here.” Bove is the third generation to run the iconic … Continued

Bove’s Celebrates 75th Anniversary with Announcement of Documentary Film

Bove’s Celebrates 75th Anniversary with Announcement of Documentary Film

It’s been a long year. We’ve celebrated. We’ve mourned. We’ve moved. Through it all we’ve been so appreciative of your support. Before we closed the restaurant on Pearl Street last December, we got an opportunity to work with filmmaker Ken Lacouture. What a gift this was for our entire Bove’s family.

An open letter from the Bove’s family to our friends and fans

An open letter from the Bove’s family to our friends and fans

It’s been a long time since Louis and Victoria Bove first opened the doors of Bove’s café to the public on December 7th, 1941. We’re fortunate that running our little family restaurant for so many generations has brought us great friends, a lot of fun, and truly wonderful memories.

Pass the Red Sauce

Pass the Red Sauce

For more than 60 years, there’s been plenty to eat at Bove’s  Rutland Herald | January 09, 2005 Steven J. Wallach  Those were the days. You and your feckless buds at UVM or St. Mike’s finally made it to another weekend without flunking out. You had spent five grueling days in the same pair of socks and … Continued