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Sclavi's Italian Restaurant sets closing date

Sclavi's Italian Restaurant and Bar is closing its doors Dec. 29. Fans have two weeks left to enjoy the italian cuisine at the family-run restaurant at 1106 Tower Ave.

Sclavi's Italian Restaurant and Bar is closing its doors Dec. 29. Fans have two weeks left to enjoy the italian cuisine at the family-run restaurant at 1106 Tower Ave. 

The move was announced Tuesday, Dec. 11 via post on Facebook.
"A dream was achieved and now, the time to close has come," it said.
According to the post, the busiest, wild nights never made up for slow nights. The small business, which is not backed by banks or investors, just does not have enough revenue to remain open.
Sclavi's will be honoring reservations and gift certificates through its last night of service. It will also be available for private events Sunday-Tuesday and lunch deliveries.
The restaurant first opened in 2009 and re-opened in 2011. Brothers Anthony and Dan Sclavi launched the business again in 2014, hoping the third time would be the charm.
"We’ve been humbled, we’ve had growth and we’ve learned almost as much in five years than we ever could in a lifetime," the owners wrote on Facebook.
Sclavi's Italian Restaurant and Bar will be open from 4-9 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, 4-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday Dec. 12-15, Dec. 19-22 and Dec. 27-29. For more information, visit https://www.superioritalian.com , the business' Facebook page  or call (715) 531-5600.

 

 

 

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