Tutto is apparently not so Bene at Croton’s Italian restaurant Tutto Bene. Located on South Riverside Avenue just north of the intersection with Croton Point Avenue, classic Italian eatery Tutto Bene appears to have closed its doors.
Nearly three weeks ago, Crotonblog noticed that the restaurant was dark on a Friday night. A sign on the front door said the restaurant had no power. The sign has since been replaced with a new one that simply states, “Closed.” Numerous phone calls to Tutto Bene have also gone unanswered. So Crotonblog says, “Ciao. Non so quando ci revedremo.”
With the shuttering of this restaurant in the Harmon Gateway district, there are now eight vacated commercial locations in the immediate area. Is this any way to treat a gateway? We thought a gateway was where the village of Croton was supposed to put its best foot forward.
Related: “Croton’s Commercial Real Estate ‘Album of Shame’,” August 23, 2007