New Italian Restaurant Divieto Ristorante Coming to Coral Springs in 2023

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Divieto Ristorante Italian Restaurant

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By Bryan Boggiano

A taste of the roaring twenties is coming to Coral Springs.

Divieto Ristorante, a Miami-based Italian chain restaurant, will open its doors in Coral Springs at 2729 N. University Drive, the former location of Applebee’s.

Applebee’s closed in February 2021 due to pandemic-related financial difficulties. Divieto Ristorante proposed opening in Coral Springs in September 2021.

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The Coral Springs location will be their fourth. Divieto Ristorante has three other locations in Doral, Aventura, and Estero.

A representative from Divieto Ristorante could not be reached for comment on an exact opening date. When contacted by phone, Doral Corporate Training Location Manager Andrea Peralta estimated that it would open around February or March 2023.

Divieto, Italian for “prohibition,” has an atmosphere reminiscent of 1920s New York, straight out of a page of “The Great Gatsby.” This includes decorations that model the fashion and zeitgeist of the period, according to the company’s website.

To enjoy the atmosphere and full dining experience, Divieto Ristorante recommends that guests abstain from casual attire, according to their website.

They offer over 70 Italian dishes, including various antipasti, soups, salads, pizzas, pasta dishes, meats, and desserts, all made from scratch with local ingredients.

Their signature dish is Ruota di Parmigiano, a Fettucine Alfredo dish tossed in a Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese wheel, a perfect dish for a cheat day. Divieto also has a wide alcohol menu, including wines, beers, and cocktails, according to its website.

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Bryan Boggiano

Bryan Boggiano
A University of Florida journalism graduate, Bryan is pursuing his masters in geosciences at Florida International University. He has a strong interest in weather, entertainment, and journalism.

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