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Farewell to a favorite

Bacco Ristorante has been a mainstay in the Southfield community for 22 years. The upscale establishment is known for its fresh Italian fare, an elegant yet comfortable ambiance, and an extensive selection of wines. Chef Luciano DelSignore announced in a press release that the restaurant would be closing its doors on March 23. “I am deeply appreciative for the incredible talents and team that have made Bacco an unforgettable adventure,” said DelSignore. “I reflect on the relationships and the vibrant community we’ve built while delivering unmatched hospitality and simple Italian cuisine elevated with the finest ingredients to multiple generations.” A post on the restaurant’s Facebook page alerted customers that “due to overwhelming demand from our guests who wish to enjoy Bacco before we close, we will now be open on Mondays for lunch and dinner beginning February 5th.”  DelSignore will continue with his other restaurants, which include Casa Pernoi in Birmingham and Bigalora Wood Fired Cucina with locations in Royal Oak, Southfield, Plymouth and Ann Arbor. In addition, the press release hints that details on “the fresh and inspiring ventures that lie ahead” will be revealed soon. Stay tuned for new developments. 29410 Northwestern Highway, Southfield




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