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After 22 Years on Grand Avenue D’Amico and Sons Closes This Weekend

No more pasta salad or bottomless glasses of wine

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A popular Sunday stop for the neighborhood closes after this weekend

D’Amico & Sons, the fast casual Italian chain is closing the doors at its Grand Avenue location after more than two decades in the location. The Pioneer Press reports the news was shared via a sign at the location, saying the lease is up and the final day will be Sunday February 24. All other locations in Edina, Minneapolis, Roseville, Golden Valley, Wayzata and on the University of Minnesota campus and in Naples, FL will remain open.

The restaurant is a popular spot for families in the neighborhood with bottomless glasses of wine or beer during meals and kids eating free on Sundays.

D’Amico & Sons is the casual arm of the D’Amico dining dynasty. The original D’Amico & Sons opened on Hennepin Avenue in 1994. That location closed in 2016. The D’Amico company also owns and operates Campiello, Bar and Cafe Lurçat, and Parma 8200.