Liquor license posted in window of 943 BYOB

The Argentinian-Italian BYOB 943 in the Italian Market is doubling down with a liquor license, if the bright orange sign in the window is to be believed.

The license is listed on the PLCB website as under chef/owner Pascual “Pat” Cancelliere and Eugene B. Lefebre, about whom we couldn’t find any information. It is being transferred to the restaurant, at 943 S. 9th St., from a defunct branch of the chain restaurant Bugaboo Creek next to Franklin Mills.
Besides having a decidedly un-SEO-friendly name, 943 has had some trouble hitting its stride. A favorable two-bell review by Craig Laban, a notorious stickler for noise, remarked on how quiet the restaurant was on his visits. Then the place ran a Groupon, which is never a sign of success. And finally, Cancelliere had to temporarily close this summer to undergo heart surgery.
Borrowed from http://www.cafe943.com
Here’s hoping that some booze will get the party going, or rather, started. So, has anyone actually been to the restaurant. What did you think?

One thought on “Liquor license posted in window of 943 BYOB

  • November 21, 2012 at 5:13 pm
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    We went on the Groupon deal and the food was decent. Not a huge meat fan in general, so we preferred the appetizers and were quite full before the main course even came. Haven’t been back, not because it’s not good, but because there are just too many new placing popping up to keep up with! It also seems like they are all alone on a dead block at night, so that must not help.

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