Tuscany Room opens at Vitello’s in Catalina

By John Hernandez

The new Tuscany Room in Vitello’s Ristorante Italiano on Oracle Road in Catalina had a grand re-opening on Thursday, Dec. 20. The room seats approximately 40 to 50 people and is available for banquets, groups, parties or any events.

Vitello’s is owned by Hatem Rdid and his wife, Lucy Palazzolo. The Tuscany-style room is an exciting new addition to the restaurant.

“We made it as cozy as we could,” Palazzolo said. “We want everybody to feel comfortable.”

She named it the Tuscany room because she loves the Tuscany region of Italy, although she has never been there.

“I love the warm colors of the hills,” she said. Vitello’s is located at 15930 North Oracle Road in Catalina. Call (520) 825-0140 for reservations and take a look at their menu at www.VitellosOnline.com.

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Lucy Palazzolo is ready for customers to visit the Tuscany Room at Vitello’s in Catalina. (John Hernandez photo)

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The Tuscany Room at Vitello’s in Catalina. (John Hernandez photo)

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