That must've had owner Ryan DiFranco both smiling and sweating, because March was also the month that he and chef Joe Freemond parted ways.
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Curious to see how the simple menu of housemade pastas, sandwiches (especially the meatball) and array of Italian cookies weathered the change, I decided it was time to check back in. See what I discovered when my review of DiFranco's is posted here tomorrow.