Spuntino has reopened with a bigger menu, bigger bar...and yes, gelato

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Spuntino, 2639 West 32nd Avenue, reopened its doors on Saturday after four days of renovations. The Italian restaurant now boasts a bigger menu, a larger bar and new furniture.

See also: - Spuntino closes for a renovation and will reopen later this week - 100 Favorite Dishes: chocolate caramel sea salt tart from Spuntino - Spuntino will undergo a remodel, expand its menu and pursue a full liquor license

Spuntino is still waiting for its full liquor license to be approved; and once it is, the restaurant's new and impressive wine cellar will be fully stocked. Watch Cafe Society for more on its new offerings and looks.

But in the meantime, we wanted to give you the scoop on its reopening -- in case you need some gelato this weekend.

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