OK, it's official: Bruno's will open Thursday | Rock Candy

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

OK, it's official: Bruno's will open Thursday

Posted By on Wed, Oct 2, 2013 at 3:18 PM

click to enlarge All in the family: The Bruno family will serve up the family's Italian recipes on Main Street starting Thursday night.
  • All in the family: The Bruno family will serve up the family's Italian recipes on Main Street starting Thursday night.

Let Caruso sing! Let and the red-checkered tablecloths fly! Light the candles in the chianti bottles! After a bit of delay, Bruno’s Little Italy will open tomorrow, Oct. 3, for supper (5-10 p.m.) in the Mann Lofts building, 310 Main St.

There will once again be Brunos in the kitchen (the restaurant was operated briefly by other folks ) and those who dined at Bruno’s when it was on Roosevelt Road 40 years ago will recognize the menu, which will have a few new dishes as well to bring Bruno’s into the 21st century.

Dominic Bruno, grandson of restaurant originator Jimmy Bruno, is chef; Vince Bruno, son of Jimmy Bruno, is executive chef; and Vince’s brother Gio Bruno will be throwing the pizza dough. (Find the family history on the restaurant’s Facebook page.) Hours are 5-10 p.m.; there will be a full bar. Phone number is 372-7866.

The Mann Lofts are above the restaurant and adjacent to the Mann on Main at Fourth and Main streets.  

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