Cafe di Scala to reopen as Aposto

Jul 25, 2015 874

by Michael Morain

Well, it's "arrivederci" for Cafe di Scala. After 10 years, the popular Sherman Hill restaurant will serve its final course on New Year's Eve. But don't worry, diners: It will reopen Jan. 1 as Aposto, with the same team out front and back in the kitchen. Under owner Tony Lemmo and chef Phil Shires' new plan, the restaurant will open only for private parties, monthly Sunday brunches and special themed dinners on the first Saturday of each month.

The menu will expand from Cafe di Scala's mostly Italian focus to include flavors from around the Mediterranean and the United States. The wine list, too, will include wines from California and the Pacific Northwest.

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