Favaloros Might Just Take Their Fence And Go

Pick a fight with the Favaloros, eh? That’s what they like. According to the newz, the fence must be bolted permanently to the sidewalk due to liquor rules. So is it a cafe or a bar?Favaloros Fence

City Manager Tom Frutchey told News Channel 5 the city authorized the business to build temporary, movable fencing, but not permanent. Otherwise, he said Cafe Ariana is making public property, private.

On Friday, the city made a visit to the business and said it would help take down the fencing. The city told News Channel 5 it would be willing to weld steel bars to the bottom of the fence so that it’s movable.

Favaloro said she’s ready to close her business of nearly 21 years because the city went back on its word

Please. Leave. Don’t forget to give back the sidewalk you fenced off.

Favaloros Might Just Take Their Fence And Go

Also see the video segment with the owner’s dramatics.

Favaloro Fences In The Tables So You Can Be Under The Table

Favaloros Fence

So is is a Cafe or is it a bar? The drama goes on about the loss of the sidewalk in front of Cafe Ariana.

In order to serve alcohol, some type of enclosure is required by the Department of Alcohol Beverage Control. The owners at Cafe Ariana feel the rug is being pulled out from underneath them.

“I think its kind of sad that there’s opposition to this because Pacific Grove has always been a sleepy town and I know we’ve been here for almost 21 years and it hasn’t been getting easier,” Favaloro said.

Favaloro Fences In The Tables So You Can Be Under The Table

Another Domestic Disturbance In A Favaloro’s Business

Cafe Ariana

Monterey County Superior Court Judge José Velasquez ruled that Angela Mazur, 66, was guilty of disturbing the peace, but said there was reasonable doubt that she had attacked her sister-in-law, Marie Favaloro.

According to Favaloro’s testimony, the quarrel stemmed from bad blood over a $25,000 loan Mazur and her husband had made to the Favaloros.

Marie Favaloro testified that Mazur “made us suffer because we didn’t pay on time.”

The Favaloros declared bankruptcy in late 1997, although the Mazurs eventually recovered $12,500 when Anthony Favaloro sold the fishing vessel Lucky Marie.

What a family! This happened at Cafe Ariana. Just two weeks ago at Favaloro’s Restaurant Anthony Favaloro was arrested for allegedly trying to choke his mother-in-law.

Another Domestic Disturbance In A Favaloro’s Business