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Takeover of Divine space in Hburg?

What's going to take the Divine Space?

Lots of chatter about a young Healdsburg restaurateur taking over the former Divine Affair space at 330 Healdsburg Ave.

The restaurant shuttered in March 2011 and insiders say the 100-year-old building had caused some inherent space and noise challenges for the eatery. Details are in the works, but if all goes well, there should be some news by mid-August.

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12 thoughts on “Takeover of Divine space in Hburg?

  1. Though it’s the same owner, it’s not Scopa expanded – it’s a wholly new restaurant.

  2. Well there IS a sign in the window, with the Scopa Owners name on it.

    Licensee Information
    Licensee: ROSEN, ARI NATHAN PIRETTI

  3. Well there IS a sign in the window, with the Scopa Owners name on it.

    Licensee Information
    Licensee: ROSEN, ARI NATHAN PIRETTI

    1. That’d be awesome! I wonder if they can connect through the back patio..and have an L shaped space. I love Scopa, don’t really like the cramped seating so more is better!!!

    1. That’d be awesome! I wonder if they can connect through the back patio..and have an L shaped space. I love Scopa, don’t really like the cramped seating so more is better!!!

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