Spoleto Italian Kitchen appears to have closed all Orlando area locations

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  • Spoleto in Winter Park
Spoleto Italian Kitchen, an Orlando haven for fast-casual Italian done right, has apparently closed all their locations in the city. Local writer Scott Joseph reported on his Orlando Restaurant Guide that all of Spoleto's Central Florida locations appear to be closed, with telephones disconnected and their website down.

This news is seconded by Yelp, which has posted the dreaded "Yelpers report this location has closed" on the page for the University Boulevard location. Bungalower adds that the building owners of the Winter Park Spoleto on Orlando Avenue are planning to auction off all of the equipment and furnishings for that particular location in the near future.



Spoleto, a very popular Italian chain in Brazil, opened its first U.S. location here in Orlando in 2015 and expanded to several other locations throughout the city. Our own Faiyaz Kara gave the University location a positive review the year it opened.
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