BUSINESS NEWS: Fiore’s Restaurant adds full liquor bar

Fiore’s Restaurant keeps altering to serve its restaurants

By LOIS KINDLE

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Donna and Matt Fiore stand in front of the new full-service bar at Fiore’s in Ruskin. It belongs to their ongoing renovation considering that getting the dining establishment July 1, 2016.Afull-service bar is

Fiore’s newest addition in its ongoing restaurant remodelling. Ever considering that Donna and Matt Fiore acquired the old Sunshine Café two years back, they’ve been gradually altering the place to make it their own.”Individuals thank all of us the time for

bringing them a nice dining establishment where they can have terrific meals at moderate prices,” Donna said.”And now that we have complete alcohol service, they can have a magnificent filet with a martini or Manhattan.”Early last year, mother and son introduced a new dinner

menu as the first of numerous transfer to give diners an option aside from the chain restaurants or sports bars that dominate the area. In addition to an array of Italian favorites, the menu used made-from-scratch appetisers, soups, salads, sides and desserts and entrees like steak, wild salmon, seafood combinations and chicken.Since then, breakfast, lunch and supper menus have been expanded and modified to include items like seasoned peppers and scrambled eggs on Cuban toast, build-your-own omelets, a bigger and better Reuben sandwich, sweet potato french fries and liver and onions. And there’s now a kids’menu.Fiore’s also provides an all-you-can-eat pasta specialThursday nights

from 4 to 6 p.m. that includes your choice of noodles, sauces and meat, salad and bread and an all-you-can-eat fried fish unique, with fries, coleslaw and soup on Fridays from 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. In the fall, the dining establishment will change the pasta special with its popular prime rib dinner special.The food isn’t really all that’s changed.The Fiores gave the dining establishment a whole transformation. They secured the old carpet and changed it with vinyl “wood”floors; had theinterior walls freshly painted with brilliant colors; installed brand-new, black ceilings; and included a brand-new sound system, chairs and tablecloths. They included high-top tables and a bar to what was formerly an extension of the primary dining-room. They also developed a new office.”We still have the cooking area and restrooms to refurbish,”Matt stated.” We also require better outdoors signs.” Restaurants take pleasure in Sunday lunch in Fiore’s primary dining room.

The entire restaurant has a makeover considering that the owners started altering things to make it their own.One thing restaurants take note of is the vibrant display screen of works produced by regional artists lining the restaurant’s walls. The stained-glass windows above the wall separating the bar area and dining space were made by the Sun

City Center and Kings Point stained glass clubs.And the name of the dining establishment is now officially Fiore’s Restaurant (permanently dropping the extension Sunlight Café). If you’ve never been to Fiore’s or have not checked out in a long time, you’ll barely recognize it. Found in the Cypress Village Shopping Center at 3808 S.R. 674, Ruskin, the dining establishment is open6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and

Wednesday; 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday; and 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Delighted hour is 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday.For more info, go to or call 813-633-3344. The walls of Fiore’s Dining establishment are lined with pieces of original art created by regional artists. 2 stained glass windows in a wall between the main dining space and bar area were made and contributed by the Sun City Center and Kings Point stained glass

clubs.