Michelangelo's restaurant, the Italian restaurant at 17th & I, has new owners.
The restaurant Facebooked recently:
After careful consideration, The Bartons have decided that it is time to move on. We are excited to spend the last part of the year with our loyal and caring customers and friends, but by the first part of December, we will be on to new and exciting adventures. Please support the new owners and your favorite staff members in their efforts to continue the tradition. We will keep you updated on news, until then, it's business as usual!
I tried to contact the restaurant to get more information about the change, but multiple calls and e-mails to the restaurant were not returned.
If you have an inkling as to what happened or what the future holds for the space, please leave it in the comments.
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