Orlando’s Tornatore’s Plans for Renovation 

Expect a more elevated atmosphere once the work is complete.
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Tornatore’s is planning to revamp their business and raise the ambiance to meet the quality of their food. What Now on Friday spoke with owner Denny Tornatore after reading a report in the Orlando Weekly that briefly mentioned his goals for the next few months. 

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“We have to bring the ambiance here to match what we’re doing food-wise. We’re trending away from being a pizzeria and more into a finer Italian restaurant,” Tornatore said. 

The renovation will occur steadily over the next two months. Tornatore intends to first redo the bathrooms in the restaurant, which he will begin work on this month. In June, the front counter area and exterior front of the restaurant will be overhauled. The concept will remain open amidst the work. 

However, in July, Tornatore will close down for a week or two to renovate the dining room. 

Ideally, the new build-out will reflect the finer culinary experience Tornatore has been cultivating. Recently, as the Orlando Weekly reported, Tornatore has taken measures to increase the standard of conduct in his business. Children now must be accompanied by an adult to dine at Tornatore’s. This is a result of unruly behavior from local school children. 

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Ross McWaters

Ross McWaters is a writer from Atlanta, GA. He is the founder and editor-in-chief of McCoy’s Monthly, a small literary magazine where some of his writing can be found.

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