Sunday, February 7, 2016

Aperto is closed

Landlord issues.

Aperto is closed


John Wolferth, who opened Aperto on Woodbine Avenue in Narberth in June 2011, says he's pulled the plug on his BYOB, effective immediately.

He says his lease ran out on the former Gemelli - must have been a one-year arrangement - and a new deal would have been too costly.

He hopes to resurface locally and said he would make good on any gift cards.

Here's Craig LaBan's two-bell review.

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