EAGLE ROCK — It’s been more than a year since Michael Riboli, whose family owns the San Antonio Winery in Lincoln Heights, began the task of transforming a Colorado Boulevard auto parts supply shop into a restaurant. The restaurant has yet to open but a sign over the brick facade hints at what’s to come: “Turning Fire Modern Rotisserie.”
The restaurant’s Instagram account provides a brief summary of the menu and drink items:
“Modern rotisserie kitchen. Innovative, seasonal, healthy menus. Premium meats, farm-fresh produce & craft beverages.”
Last year, Riboli told the Eagle Rock Neighborhood Council that the restaurant would be a “fast casual” concept with an open kitchen and perhaps an area where they could purchased prepared sandwiches and meals to go. Diners would line up to order their meals and then their food would be delivered to their seats.
A state license that would allow Turning Fire to serve beer and wine is still pending.
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