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Last dish served at Tony’s Bella Vista after 32 years

Tony’s Bella Vista Ristorante on the 3100 block of Magnolia Blvd. in Burbank on Tuesday, July 9, 201
According to a sign on the door, Tony’s Bella Vista Ristorante closed at the end of the day on June 30 after 32 years in business.
(Tim Berger / Burbank Leader)

Tony’s Bella Vista, a well-known Italian restaurant in Burbank, located at 3116 W. Magnolia Blvd., shuttered its doors on June 30 after 32 years serving the community.

“To our family, friends and loyal customers, please know this was not an easy decision after 32 years, but the time has come for change,” according to a statement on the restaurant’s website.

A notice in the menu case at Tony’s Bella Vista Ristorante on the 3100 block of Magnolia Blvd. in Bu
A notice in the menu case at Tony's Bella Vista Ristorante informing customers that the eatery is closed.
(Tim Berger / Burbank Leader)

Angelo Ferialdi, owner of Tony’s Bella Vista, said on Tuesday that part of the reason he decided to close the restaurant was due to his age. He will be turning 70 this year.

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Additionally, Ferialdi said the rising minimum wage has made it difficult to operate the business.

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