“We’re still working out what the concept will be,” Arifi said. “We will have the same quality and service we have at Café Lucci.”
Arifi and his brother and co-owner, Augie Arifi, have reached a lease agreement with the property owner and have purchased the fixtures and equipment of the existing eatery from Townhouse owner Restaurants America.
The Arifi brothers may have been paying attention to some of Patch’s readers like Stephanie Janower. “Another Italian restaurant within a block radius,” she wrote. “With Italian kitchen, Biaggi, Il Forno and Rosebud already?”
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