Fior d’Italia May Reopen By October

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Fior d'Italia's Wharf-adjacent location was one they'd only been in for six years after multiple moves around town.
Fior d'Italia's Wharf-adjacent location was one they'd only been in for six years after multiple moves around town. Photo: Courtesy of Fior d'Italia

When Fior d’Italia (2237 Mason Street) closed in May, chef Gianni Audieri and his wife Trudy said they hoped to reopen, but they weren’t able to buy out partner Bob Larive, who had sold off the liquor license. Now the Audieris tell the Chron that they’ve found a new liquor license for the purported Oldest Italian Restaurant in the country, and that they hope they can reopen by October, with just a few cosmetic changes inside. “We can’t change too much,” jokes Gianni, “because some of the people have been coming for the last 100 years.” [Chron]

Fior d’Italia May Reopen By October