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Dining notes: 'The Sky' has no limit for Italian dining

There are 1 comment on the News Press story from Dec 20, 2011, titled Dining notes: 'The Sky' has no limit for Italian dining. In it, News Press reports that:

A view of the newly renovated dining room at Il Cielo, which is set to open in mid to late January in the former Dolce Vita building on Sanibel.

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Ginny Borch

Erie, PA

#1 Dec 23, 2011
So surprised to see that John and Mary Joe Boler are now in the restaurant business. In earlier articles, Shoreline LLC, Charles Phoenix, was supposidly the owner. Does this mean that Boler and Phoenix are in business together? If so, my respect for John has just vanished. Maybe John should investigate people before jumping into bed with them. I was a fan of the old Dolce Vita, and Ellington's as well. Anyway, after reading this, you won't find me in "The Sky"

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