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Fratello's Downtown Cafe Is Now Open



Casual Italian fare with a delicious flair is back in the Downtown area. Fratello's Deli opened a second location inside the former home of O'liva Healthy Cuisine & Tasting Room.

Fratello's Centro Citta, owned by Bobby Corbo, Dan Martinelli and Tommy Magaro, opened May 1 with breakfast and lunch. There will be a few tweaks to the original menu, as the restaurant focuses on breakfast including baked goods and pastries. Grab-and-go salads and some cold sandwiches will be wrapped and ready for pick-up.

Because the restaurant won't be serving dinner, the space will be available to rent for events and catering.

Hours are 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Fratello's Centro Cita is closed Sundays.

115 Plaza de Armas, Suite 107.

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