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1. It’s Alex Grisanti’s Turn to Be the Boss -

Ronnie Grisanti. Judd Grisanti. Alex Grisanti.

2. Oliva Looks to Make Imprint at Erling Jensen -

A quality one doesn’t find often in chefs is modesty. We’ve all dined at restaurants where the primary ingredient is the chef’s ego, served with side-dishes of arrogance and hubris.

Fortunato Oliva, on the other hand, is happy to admit the debt he owes to his family – especially his grandmother, mother and aunt – and to the mentors he worked with since he was 16 years old, that is, for half his life.

3. Renowned for Italian Cuisine, Grisantis Also Cook Up Conflict -

Today’s column was supposed to be an interview with Judd Grisanti and his father, Ronnie, but when I arrived at Judd Grisanti’s Trattoria for a 2:30 appointment, I was informed that he had departed. He never returned. What transpired was a frank interview with Ronnie Grisanti that sheds light on family conflicts going back two generations.

4. Spindini Chef, Co-owner Leaves To Restart Grisanti Tradition -

He calls men and women “baby.” He loves to cook and to be out in the restaurant dining room, because as much as he loves cooking, he loves people. His eyes tear up when he talks about his children or his mother or father.

5. Grisantis to Open Restaurant on South Main -

If everything goes as planned, the Grisanti family could be returning to South Main Street, where their first restaurant opened in 1909.

Plans are in the works to open a 100-seat restaurant this summer in Glasshouse 383, a gallery at 383 S. Main St. that sells studio art glass.