Monday, February 6, 2012

W-w-w-wait ... Cafe Italiano stays open!

Posted By on Mon, Feb 6, 2012 at 10:05 AM

Cafe Italiano fans for the win! Last week, we reported that the lovely little Indian Trail-area cafe was shutting its doors with plans to re-open a new location somewhere else in town. That was the case ... for half of last week, at least.

The cafe posted on its Facebook on Saturday morning that things went awry with that plan — and that the Indian Trail location would, in fact, re-open.

Well, the new people interested in purchasing the Indian Trail location appear to have been trying to scam us...and almost succeeded. We'll be reopening the Indian Trail location (tonight, hopefully, tomorrow for sure). Please bear with us while we re-stock everything and re-decorate. Our apologies on the confusion. It's been a very strange 4 days...

Owners also commented on our Bloglander post, saying that their plan had been to relocate to the shuttered Vin Rouge location on the South Hill — even going so far as to move all their equipment — but a buyer on the Indian Trail spot had backed out.

We're just happy they'll still be around to sling those delicious plates of spaghetti our way.

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