Fiore Market Café
Anne and Bill Disselhorst had talked about opening a restaurant for years. They had both been in the business for years, but it wasn’t until they experienced Italy from the eyes of a local did they really believe that it would become reality.
They traveled to Italy in 2003 and ended up falling in love with it. The love was so great that they bought a small bombed out apartment and started an adventure that goes on to this day.
They were most impressed with the way their new friends live. The daily pace is slow and the food is fresh and locally grown. Restaurants, bars, and cafes are places where people meet to talk and connect. People sit and relax.
At Fiore, Bill and Anne create an atmosphere of community where friends, neighbors, strangers and family come to relax, talk and connect with each other. Stop by today.
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