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Angelo’s on the Avenue
Angelo’s on the Avenue
An­ge­lo’s Restau­rant which served fine Ital­ian din­ing for al­most three decades is clos­ing its doors.
The es­tab­lish­ment, lo­cat­ed at 38 Ari­api­ta Av­enue and Cornei­lo Street, Wood­brook, made the state­ment on so­cial me­dia with­out giv­ing a spe­cif­ic rea­son for the de­ci­sion.
How­ev­er, the restau­rant is as­sur­ing its cus­tomers that it’s not the end of its ser­vice.
“Over the last 27 years, Chef An­ge­lo has been ho­n­oured to serve you the finest au­then­tic Ital­ian dish­es.
“How­ev­er, we are ex­cit­ed to an­nounce that in the near fu­ture we will be re­opened as a new busi­ness with fresh ideas and ex­cit­ing prod­ucts for you,” the state­ment said.
While a date for the re­open­ing is yet to re­vealed, Jan­u­ary 29 will be An­ge­lo’s last day of op­er­a­tion.
The restau­rant promis­es its loy­al cus­tomers new of­fer­ings.
“There is no need to wor­ry; some of your favourite items will still be avail­able and much more,” the state­ment added.
An­ge­lo’s al­so thanked its val­ued cus­tomers for their sup­port over the years.
Sev­er­al restau­rants have been se­vere­ly im­pact­ed with the on­set of the COVID-19 pan­dem­ic.
For in­stances when din­ing re­stric­tions were im­ple­ment­ed Chaud restau­rant in Port-of-Spain, and J- ’s Restau­rant in Cou­va closed for good.
Joseph’s Restau­rant in Mar­aval al­so changed its busi­ness mod­el last year.
The Lebanese es­tab­lish­ment which opened its doors in Sep­tem­ber 2001 had said, “The time has come for the new gen­er­a­tion to take the reins.
“As such our busi­ness mod­el will be chang­ing and the Joseph’s you know will be di­ver­si­fied.”
How­ev­er, Gov­ern­ment has since al­lowed restau­rants and bars to re­sume full ser­vice and serve al­co­hol to ful­ly vac­ci­nat­ed pa­trons.

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