Many local businesses have closed in recent years. Another had done the same in the Utica area, the one you may have frequented in the past.
They announced their news via Facebook, Rosato’s Pizzeria and Bakery on Champlin Ave in Utica is no longer in operation as of today, April 26.
According to the post, the business has been purchased and the new owners are currently remodeling the interior of the building and will open under a new name. It’s unclear whether it will remain a pizzeria or move on to something completely different. It’s also unclear when we can expect to see the doors open for the new venture.
Rosato’s pizzeria and bakery opened in 2019. I remember going to their soft opening and was impressed. Sad to see them go, but definitely eager to hear what’s going on for him. As we learn more about this, we’ll keep you posted.
So many people are heartbroken that a business in New Hartford, New York has announced that it will close its doors permanently after ten years.
The announcement came from O’Baby’s Gourmet Sandwich Shoppe owner Laura.
After nearly 10 wonderful years of service to the Central New York community, I write this with mixed emotions.
Anyone who knows Laura knows she is the definition of a hardworking woman. Over the past few years, she’s juggled multiple jobs in addition to running O’baby’s to fulfill the part of her heart that loves art, music, and performing. Although she’s loved the trip the popular sandwich shop has given her over the past decade, she’s ready to move on to the next chapter of her life. She says you should “always follow your heart, work hard and focus on things.”
We will miss these two companies for sure.
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