Savory six-course meal served at Dinner on Main Street event

Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Musicians-actors who will be performing the musical "The Last Five Years" at the Janice B. Streeter Theater Sept. 21-24 entertain diners at Sunday's Dinner on Main Street community event, which drew 300 people to the city's downtown for a six-course dinner.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Nashua musician Nick Goumas, on the saxophone, and members of his quartet entertain diners while they took part in Sunday's Dinner on Main Street. Chefs and servers from numerous local restaurants collaborated to serve an estimated 300 people the six-course meal.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Mayor Jim Donchess stops to chat with diners as they await the next course in Sunday evening's Dinner on Main Street, a Great American Downtown event that included six dinner courses and live music through the evening.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Great American Downtown executive director Paul Shea welcomes the estimated 300 guests to Sunday's Dinner on Main Street: A Harvest Celebration."
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Sara Jean and Joe Demelo took a few minutes between courses to entertain 8-month-old Camila, who was perhaps the youngest diner among the 300 who took part in Sunday's Dinner on Main Street community event.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Chefs and food-prep personnel collaborate to prepare 300 salads that servers distributed minutes later to guests at Sunday's Dinner on Main Street event.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Chefs and food-prep personnel collaborate to prepare 300 salads that servers distributed minutes later to guests at Sunday's Dinner on Main Street event.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Server Amanda Woodward checks on diners after serving the appetizer course to diners at one of the several long tables set up on Nashua's Main Street for Sunday's Dinner on Main Street community dinner.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Amanda Woodward, one of several severs at The Peddler's Daughter who participated in Sunday's Dinner on Main Street event, serves the appetizer course to one of the estimated 300 people who enjoyed the six-course meal.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Servers delivering glasses of wine and the appetizer course pass each other in between two of the several long tables set up on Main Street for Sunday's Dinner on Main Street community event.

NASHUA – To Jessica dePontbriand, the owner of Nashua pastry and sandwich shop JajaBelle’s, Sunday’s six-course “Dinner On Main Street: A Harvest Celebration” presented a rare opportunity for downtown-based chefs, prep cooks and servers to ply their trade together.

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