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Trinacria Italian Cafe, damaged on Monday, reopens in Mount Vernon
Trinacria Italian Cafe, damaged on Monday, reopens in Mount Vernon

Trinacria Italian Cafe reopened on Thursday. The Mount Vernon eatery was among the businesses that were damaged on Monday afternoon by sporadic acts of vandalism and looting. The major damage to Trinacria was to the storefront windows that line the west and south exterior. The cafe, which is owned by Vincent Fava, is a spin-off of Trinacria Fine Foods, a 107-year-old Italian grocery store and delicatessen on Paca street. The Paca Street store was not damaged but Fava closed it on Tuesday and Wednesday, he said, as a precautionary measure. Fava reopened both the Centre Street cafe and Paca Street deli on Thursday. This message was posted Thursday on Trinacria's Facebook...

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