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Servino’s reopens at original Ark Row site


Owner Angelo Servino (standing right) and his son, Managing Partner Natale Servino, greet diners at their tables at Servino Ristorante, which celebrated its opening night Sept. 30 at its new location on Ark Row, at 114 Main St. Next door, at 116 Main, is their new bar and garden patio, Enoteca. The restaurant originally opened at the same address in 1977 before moving to lower Main Street in 1999. (Amelia Plumb / For The Ark)

Don’t call it a comeback, call it a homecoming: After a two-year closure, local favorite Servino Ristorante has reopened in its original location on Ark Row.


The restaurant, which served its last meal at its former 9 Main St. site on May 12, 2021, officially served its first meal at its revived location on Sept. 30.


Servino’s Ark Row presence is two-fold: There’s the main restaurant, called Trattoria at 114 Main St., and the Enoteca garden patio at 116 Main St. Both are open Tuesdays-Sundays, the former 5-9 p.m. and the latter 4-10 p.m.


Enoteca focuses more on wine, drinks and small bites; “enoteca” in Italian directly translates to wine repository, but they’re often special shops that bring regional wines to visitors and tourists.


The two entities seat a combined 90 diners — 46 inside Trattoria and 34 with Enoteca’s combined indoor and outdoor seating.


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