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Toscano & Sons Relocates to Virginia Highland This Fall

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Beloved Italian market Toscano & Sons will reopen this Fall in the heart of Virginia Highland. The market and sandwich shop closed in June due to the lack of retail traffic and residential density around its West Midtown location; it hopes to open doors by the end of November at 1050 N. Highland Avenue, in the space recently vacated by Stanton Home Furnishings when that shop moved to a bigger location a few doors down the stretch.

Toscano & Sons posted on Facebook:

We are delighted to announce our new address: 1050 N. Highland Avenue in the Virginia Highland neighborhood of Atlanta, close to the intersection of Virginia Avenue and Highland Avenue. There is a large parking lot behind the store that has both (no charge) valet and self-parking, in addition to street parking.

We have lots to do to get ready to open, but we're shooting for some time in late November (if not sooner) and we'll keep you posted on our opening date. For now, be rest assured that we'll have all our regular products available to you soon including the quintessentially Italian Christmas items such as panettone and pandoro just in time for the holidays.

We really appreciate all the emails and messages of support throughout the summer and we look forward to seeing all of you soon at our new location.

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