.RIP ILSO.— Andrew Weissman (@AKWeissman) April 28, 2018
It is with a #heavyheart that I announce the #closing of #ilsogno. I feel I have #saidwhatiwanttosay with this #restaurant and #itistimetomoveon as I continue to improve my work/home life balance. And pursue my goal of moving away for the summers.some will try to read into this as something that it is not. It is still a very profitable enterprise with satisfied staff plying their trade in a great space at a dining #destination. I have a long history with @historicpearl one that I am proud of. It is just time to turn the page and move on to other concepts and consulting gigs that await. Thank you to past and present staff as well as clients—-you have made this all a possibility. If you have had less than a stellar experience as an employee or guest I personally apologize as that will be the only regret(s) that I carry with me.
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