Betsy Kravitz writes:
The other night we took my father-in-law to Tutti’s, to celebrate his 96th birthday.
I got there early to put balloons and flowers on the table. When people saw “96,” they had a loto of questions. That number is not often celebrated.
I let the whole place (inside and out) know who it was for. When my father-in-law walked in, everyone broke out in applause and wished him a happy birthday.
It was such a touching moment for all of us. And, I think, for the restaurant patrons as well.
Tutti’s bought us a bottle of wine. Again the whole restaurant chimed in when we sang “Happy Birthday!’
My father-in-law was elated. He had the best time, thanks to the amazing people dining and celebrating at Tutti’s.
Thank you to everyone there, especially the owners (the Funicello family).
PS : The food was outstanding too!