It’s finally happening — after originally planning its expansion for September and then putting it off for months (first the Feast of San Gennaro delayed it, then Easter … these Italians with their holidays!), Di Palo’s finally closed today. Once the wall between the sliver of a shop and the adjacent room is knocked down, it’ll reopen as a proper gastronomia, serving hot food such as the homemade porchetta and stromboli we’ve come to know and love (till now it’s only available sporadically), as well as other items. (And let’s not forget the wine shop also attached.) We’ll keep you posted about the reopening date, but right now we’re looking at June.