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Afternoon Notes: Alpine Restaurant Changing Owners

by ARLnow.com May 18, 2010 at 6:19 pm 2,979 2 Comments

New Ownership for Alpine Restaurant — Alpine Restaurant, the popular Italian eatery on Lee Highway in North Arlington, closed its doors on Sunday. After 44 years in business, owner Ermanno Tonizzo decided to sell the restaurant and retire. The restaurant will eventually re-open under new management. More from NBC Washington.

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  • Mike

    Awwww. Happy retirement Chef. We will miss you!

  • Jack Belcher

    The Alpine is an Arlington Tradition that will be missed. You can only hope that the new owners will display the class and customer service that the Ermano Tonizzo demonstrated! That does not seem possible.

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