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“From the moment that people found out [our affiliation with Il Panino], the name is so well-known, we starting having new people coming,” Vlahoulis said.
In fact, Vlahoulis said he noticed that there was a 35 to 40 percent increase in business since the restaurant’s reopening and rebranding.
“What the restaurant is offering right now is an opportunity to have North End-quality Italian food without spending a fortune,” Berkhofer said.
Still, Vlahoulis found more help with establishing his business in Eddleston’s class.
“What we’re really trying to do is get the Northeastern community involved,” Berkhofer said. “We’ve been emailing literally every single organization that we can to try to cater their meetings with food from Il Panino.”
Aside from catering, Berkofer and DeJong said they hope to host fundraising events with sororities and fraternities to generate funds for charity and exposure for the restaurant.
Any Northeastern student organizations that would like to cater from Il Panino Cafe & Grill or schedule a fundraising project together are welcome, Berkhofer said. Vlahoulis said he is currently considering offering discounts to Northeastern faculty and students.
“It’s more than just the typical business group project though because it’s a real business and in the past all of my projects have been about taking a company that already existed and you’re just pretending to help them or some fake scenario, but this is a real business that needs help,” DeJong said.
She said that her team also plans to set up a table outside the Jackson Square MBTA station and let passersby try samples, in addition to performing financial analysis to determine the most popular menu items.
One of the cafe’s most apparently popular dishes — especially for students — is pizza.
Previously, Gail’s Cafe and Grill focused on American cuisine with a Greek flair, but it did not have pizza.
An Il Panino pizza.
“Everyone was telling me you should get pizza here,” Vlahoulis said. “This is a pizza town. Students love to order pizza.”
DeJong, who has tried numerous meals at the cafe, said that the dishes Vlahoulis serves are “like a piece of art.” Vlahoulis said he seeks to use only fresh, high-quality ingredients.
While the Northeastern students focus on the social media marketing for Vlahoulis, Main Street Partners, a non-profit organization that helps improve small businesses for free, assists with catering.
The students said they are hoping to build a lasting foundation for the restaurant online that survives even after they leave.
“Those forms of advertising are only good if you’re constantly putting up Facebook posts or constantly sending Twitter messages,” Berkhofer said. “If we can get the restaurant to actively connect to social media, it’ll help them draw in the Northeastern crowd. We want to build a sense of community.”
Vlahoulis said he gets goosebumps thinking about how the students have helped him to reach out to the community. He said he went to church two Sundays ago and prayed for the people who have revitalized his restaurant.
“I am grateful to them, I will never forget them for what they did. I’m at a loss for words,” Vlahoulis said. “To meet such wonderful people who took care of a total stranger, to be so kind to me, to be so human and to be so wonderful. Northeastern is my school now.”
For the students, Berkhofer said, the project has been so rewarding that the academic outcome almost does not even matter.
“We’re constantly thinking about ways to help. It’s really more of an experience than just a project,” he said. “Whatever grade we get is fine, whatever, but if we make a difference in a guy’s life, that’s all that matters really.”