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Chamber Welcomes La Parrilla To Oswego

OSWEGO, NY – Members of the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce celebrated the opening of Oswego’s newest eatery, La Parrilla, with a ribbon cutting ceremony to welcome Chef Ray Jock and La Parrilla to downtown Oswego.

The chamber recently welcomed its newest member, La Parrilla. Seated from left are: Ann Jock, and members of La Parrilla’s wait staff, Thomas Mays and Mary Spencer.  Standing from left are: Pam Taormina of the chamber; chamber board member Barb Bateman of Alliance Bank; Third Ward councilor Catherine Santos; Oswego Mayor Randy Bateman; Brittani Jock; president of the chamber’s board Tom Greco; La Parrilla employee Nick Ferdette; owner chef Ray Jock; La Parrilla employee Daniel Mays, sous chef Kevin Prior; Jennifer Cook from Assemblyman Will Barclay’s office; Jeanne Farrell of the chamber; chamber board member Ed Schaperjahn Jr. of HELP! Small Business Solutions; and chamber staff members Julie Stanka and Danielle Hayden.
The chamber recently welcomed its newest member, La Parrilla. Seated from left are: Ann Jock, and members of La Parrilla’s wait staff, Thomas Mays and Mary Spencer. Standing from left are: Pam Taormina of the chamber; chamber board member Barb Bateman of Alliance Bank; Third Ward councilor Catherine Santos; Oswego Mayor Randy Bateman; Brittani Jock; president of the chamber’s board Tom Greco; La Parrilla employee Nick Ferdette; owner chef Ray Jock; La Parrilla employee Daniel Mays, sous chef Kevin Prior; Jennifer Cook from Assemblyman Will Barclay’s office; Jeanne Farrell of the chamber; chamber board member Ed Schaperjahn Jr. of HELP! Small Business Solutions; and chamber staff members Julie Stanka and Danielle Hayden.

Upon completing culinary school, Chef Jock moved to New York City to pursue his passion.

He, along with world renowned chefs Jonathan Waxman and Daren McRonald, opened Nick and Toni’s Café on the upper West Side of Manhattan.

Following a successful stint as a personal chef, Jock moved back to his hometown of Oswego to fulfill his life-long dream of opening his own restaurant.

Located at 118 W. Second St., La Parrilla is a Mediterranean Style Bistro serving Italian, Spanish and Argentinean cuisine and uses local vendors and local farms for products in its seasonally changing menu.

La Parrilla is open Tuesday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday from 4 to 9 p.m. and is closed Sundays and Mondays.

For more information on La Parrilla, call 315-216-4179 or look for them on www.facebook.com