New Italian restaurant opens in Whitney Plaza

Nov 17, 2022 154

BY: Lesley Dwyer

Everyone has the right to retire, even when they run a popular restaurant the neighbors love and will miss. “I’ve dedicated my life to restaurants since I’ve been here in 2001. All I did was work and work and work and build it,” former Bayou Tavern owner Domenic Padula said. “I don’t want to be anchored to one place. I want to travel a little bit.”

Wish Padula well because a new Italian restaurant has taken the tavern’s place in Whitney Plaza, and one highly requested dish off his menu will live on. “Chef Angelo has been kind. He said he’ll show me how to make the veal cannelloni,” new owner Debra Murphy said. 

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