Wednesday, November 3, 2010

It's Not Looking Good for Fiorito's

Posted By on Wed, Nov 3, 2010 at 10:44 AM

After calling for months, peeking inside the windows, corresponding with numerous Tucson Weekly readers and making every conceivable attempt to reach the owners, we’re here to report that Fiorito’s, which has served up great Italian food at 2702 E. Grant Road for more than 25 years, is experiencing major problems or closed.

The restaurant hasn’t been open for many months, and a hand-written sign on the door two months ago said the restaurant was closed for repairs. I’ve called the restaurant many, many times and left messages until their voicemail was full, and now the phone is disconnected.

Without speaking to the owners, it's impossible to say if Fiorito's is closed for good, but it isn't looking good.

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