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Tutoni's in York to Open Self-Serve Wine Bar

Tutoni's Restaurant prepares for York Restaurant Week. Bonnie Arbittier photo (Bonnie Arbittier)

Tutoni's Restaurant prepares for York Restaurant Week. Bonnie Arbittier photo (Bonnie Arbittier)


Wine glasses are set at tables at Tutoni's in York Tuesday, June 9, 2015. Tutoni's is currently a BYOB establishment, however legislation is heading to the state house that would lower the ratio of food to liquor from 70/30 percent to 50/50 percent for a special, cheaper liquor license. Kate Penn — Daily Record/Sunday News (Kate Penn — Daily Record/Sunday News)

Wine glasses are set at tables at Tutoni's in York Tuesday, June 9, 2015. Tutoni's is currently a BYOB establishment, however legislation is heading to the state house that would lower the ratio of food to liquor from 70/30 percent to 50/50 percent for a special, cheaper liquor license. Kate Penn — Daily Record/Sunday News (Kate Penn — Daily Record/Sunday News)


About 200 people gather in the middle of Beaver Street in York for the Farm to City Street Dinner featuring food freshly harvested from local farms, Sunday October 4, 2015. John A. Pavoncello - jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com

About 200 people gather in the middle of Beaver Street in York for the Farm to City Street Dinner featuring food freshly harvested from local farms, Sunday October 4, 2015. John A. Pavoncello - jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com



The fruit and cheese board appetizer at Tutoni's

The fruit and cheese board appetizer at Tutoni's

Tutoni's executive chef Scott Robinson rides in the back of a truck to see the pigs he buys for the restaurant at Rettland Farm in Adams County. Even when working at other restaurants, Robinson brought Ramsburg's meat along for the ride, and it's now served in Baltimore restaurants thanks to their connections.

Tutoni's executive chef Scott Robinson rides in the back of a truck to see the pigs he buys for the restaurant at Rettland Farm in Adams County. Even when working at other restaurants, Robinson brought Ramsburg's meat along for the ride, and it's now served in Baltimore restaurants thanks to their connections.


Kellie Wivell, Kelly Stahlman, Mindy Ott, Laci Wildasin, Kara Olewiler and Jessica Daniels begin eating their meal at Tutoni's Restaurant as server Sarah Grim sets down a fresh plate. Tutoni's Restaurant, which serves Mediterranean-inspired food made with locally sourced ingredients, operates on a seasonal menu. (Chris Dunn — FlipSide)

Kellie Wivell, Kelly Stahlman, Mindy Ott, Laci Wildasin, Kara Olewiler and Jessica Daniels begin eating their meal at Tutoni's Restaurant as server Sarah Grim sets down a fresh plate. Tutoni's Restaurant, which serves Mediterranean-inspired food made with locally sourced ingredients, operates on a seasonal menu. (Chris Dunn — FlipSide)


Toni and Tony Calderone, left, with their executive chef Scott Robinson inside the former Colosseo building in the 100 block of North George Street. The group plans to open Tutoni's in the space in April. They are demolishing the first-floor bar to make more space for dining. (DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS -- Paul Kuehnel)  

Toni and Tony Calderone, left, with their executive chef Scott Robinson inside the former Colosseo building in the 100 block of North George Street. The group plans to open Tutoni's in the space in April. They are demolishing the first-floor bar to make more space for dining. (DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS -- Paul Kuehnel)