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Bruno's Shutters After Forty Years

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[Photo: DeAnne E./Yelp]

After almost four decades of serving cheese slices and chimichangas under the same roof, longtime Mexican-slash-Italian restaurant Bruno's has shuttered downtown. A member of Eater's 2012 crowd-sourced map of Seattle's worst pizza, the restaurant closed on August 30. A sign posted on the door claims that owner Bruno Mazzarella has retired:

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[Photo: Jeremy Linden]

Bruno's is the latest member of a recent, ever-growing roster of longtime Seattle restaurants to shutter (or close soon,) including Catfish Corner, Brad's Swingside Cafe, Hurricane Cafe, Erotic Bakery, Louie's Cuisine of China, and Piecora's.
· Bruno's [Official Site]
· All The Shutter Coverage [-ESEA-]


1417 3rd Ave. Seattle, WA 98101

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