The restaurant closed earlier this month and, while at least one manager said the location was planning to reopen, the closure was permanent. Signs outside the building indicate that the new restaurant will offer options similar to Alto Fumo, however, and will open sometime this spring.
Alto Fumo itself was born in a similar situation when it replaced Italian restaurant Faccia Luna in 2017.
Dear Neighbors, Friends & Family,
Alto Fumo will close our doors tonight January 15, 2020. We have thoroughly enjoyed serving you over the years, and will be forever grateful for both your support as well as the amazing efforts of our employees, both current and past. pic.twitter.com/o39IViPfrA
— Alto Fumo Pizzeria (@FumoAlto) January 15, 2020
The restaurant windows are full of Italian iconography, the promise of “a modern Italian experience,” and a slogan “Italy is Coming.” The website listed on the banner does not currently exist.
The owner of a nearby store said the new restaurant was going to be an “upgraded” Italian restaurant with new ownership.
The University of Virginia is expanding its footprint in Northern Virginia, including its Rosslyn campus. The university currently operates a satellite location of its Darden School of Business in the…
A local park with a popular playground keeps getting vandalized, this time with obscene language and drawings.
From flash floods in Arlington to wildfires on the West Coast, climate change is an increasing threat to life and property. This is not a future problem, but a current crisis. We have only a few years to reverse human-made emissions.
Plans from a local affordable housing nonprofit to redevelop apartments in the Fort Myer Heights neighborhood, near Rosslyn are ready for county and public review.