One Classic Italian Restaurant Is Opening It’s Doors Once Again In Upstate New York
One Utica restaurant here in Upstate New York is ready to open its doors to hungry customers once again.
The Ambasador Restaurant is once again open in Utica. The announcement came on Facebook that after 2 years of being closed, the time has finally come to open doors once again:
The time has finally come after 2 long years, we are happy to announce that we are fully reopening back up June 2nd!"
If you’re familiar with Utica through the years, you'll remember The Alpine Restaurant:
Where you had to wait for your dinner but when it finally arrived, it was absolute perfection. Old time Italian with Frank Sinatra always playing over the sound system."
The Ambasador has some of the same old world charm with decorations and food, but you'll find a different owner than the Alpine. You can call for reservations at 315-507-3953.
Popular Utica Pizza Shop Closes Doors, Cites New Ownership
A lot of local businesses have closed their doors over the last few years. Another had done the same in the Utica area, one that you may have frequented in the past. Rosato's Pizzeria and Bakery on Champlin Ave in Utica is no longer in business
According to the post, the business has been purchased and the new owners are currently in the process of remodeling the inside of the building, and will be opening under a new name. There's no word if it will remain a pizza place, or if it will switch to something entirely different. There's also no word about when we can expect to see the doors open for the new business.
You can read more online here.
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