The “Tingheino Sici” restaurant is coming to New Yorkers’ minds, if only because it’s the first new restaurant in the area for the next six years.
Tingheyin Sicilian, as the restaurant is called, is located on the shore of the Tuscan Sea.
The restaurant is open 24 hours a day, and its owners have decided to open the restaurant up for the public this weekend.
The Tingheinos owner, Mario Ticino, told Bloomberg News that the restaurant’s opening will coincide with the 10th anniversary of the restaurant in New York, and is expected to generate over $2 million in new business for the town.
Ticino said the new restaurant will be an upscale restaurant, and that the location is ideal for families.
“There’s no limit to the number of diners you can have at the same time.
It will be open 24/7,” he said.”
The atmosphere will be different.
We want to build a restaurant that reflects the area.”
The restaurant will have a menu of appetizers, entrees, and desserts.
The owners have planned to sell its “Tini Belly,” a dish of beef stew with grilled lamb, on a regular basis.
Tigheino said that the new location is a unique opportunity for the restaurant, since it’s already a part of Tinghes famous restaurant scene.
He said that it will be a new, fresh dining experience for the area.
“It’s an important time in Tinglego.
It’s a special time in Sicily.
This is the perfect opportunity to take our food to a whole new audience,” he added.