A mother and son open a new Italian restaurant in the old restaurant in Palermo

“We were just waiting for it to appear on the market,” Ali said. “Owning it for 10 years, we knew the ends and the results.”

Ali remembers going to the restaurant every day after school when his father was the owner. He said the space was essentially a second home.

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Demnika’s Italiano, a casual, family-friendly restaurant, offers a variety of Italian dishes including meat lasagna, bolognese with your choice of pasta, chicken or eggplant parmigiana, chicken marsala, pizzas, calzones, salads And much more.

Ali said customers can expect the same recipes his father has been using since 2001 at his other restaurants, plus some new offerings.

“My dad has owned an Italian restaurant since I was born, so I grew up there,” Ali said.

The restaurant will be family run with help from Ali’s brother, Alban, and sister, Luna.

Ali said he was looking forward to providing a relaxed and fun experience for customers.

Demnika’s Italiano has applied for a liquor license, which is currently pending. Ali said customers are welcome to bring their own drinks.

The restaurant is open from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Monday to Saturday with lunch dishes from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. For more information on Demnika’s Italiano, visit the Facebook page.

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