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What Should Replace Tyler Florence's Rotisserie & Wine?

Now that celebrity chef Tyler Florence has closed both his Napa businesses, what should replace his former restaurant on the Napa River side of the Riverfront development? Tell us what you'd like to see there.

 

TyFlo, we hardly knew ye.

Tyler Florence has officially abandoned his two Napa ventures, closing the restaurant the day after Christmas, 2011 and now folding the nearby for kitchenware.

The quotes Florence's erstwhile landlord, Mike DeSimoni, as saying he has four other business groups interested in the restaurant vacancy in his .

What would you like to see as the next business to occupy the former Rotisserie & Wine? If a restaurant, what kind? If not a restaurant, what should be there? Share your visions in our comments section.

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shane carnahan July 11, 2012 at 03:00 PM
Napa, although a tourist destination.. could use a few more neighbor hood type of restaurants, something that would appeAl to both locals and tourists and not be so pricey and poshish
Louisa Hufstader (Editor) July 11, 2012 at 03:19 PM
I definitely have a mental block of some kind about the name of this restaurant, because every time I write about it I automatically call it Rotisserie & Vine. Usually I catch it, but a big Napa Patch Editor's Thank You goes out to our very good friend Rick Turko for pointing out on Faceook that I got it wrong today! But why do I do this? It's a mystery to me.

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