Just a peek inside the gutted space that previously housed All' Angelo. Maurizio La Rosa, proprietor of the venue's next Italian incarnation, TiroVino, recently showed Eater around the restaurant which should open by the end of this month. Though its hard to get a real sense of the design aesthetic, DeMar Interiors aims to capture a rustic yet comfortable ambiance to pair with chef David Giani's simple, market-driven, Italian small plate menu. Peering in from Melrose, there's early signs of a bar to the left which will serve beer and wine, 60 bottles total, 30 offered by the glass, in addition to eight or so beers (four on tap, the rest served bottled). Spaced out through the rest of the dining room will be 18 two-tops, one larger table for eight, and bar seating for 14.
Inside TiroVino, Scheduled To Open Later This Month
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