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Bella Maria’s to drop restaurant hours, focus on events

NORTON SHORES, MI – Bella Maria’s Ristorante and Event Center is dropping the “ristorante” from its operations.
The Italian/American joint, 513 W. Pontaluna Road in Norton Shores, has made a name for itself as both a restaurant and event space since opening in 2015.
Bella Maria’s owner and chef Ted Cerniglia made the decision to drop restaurant hours and become a full-time event center because more and more customers are requesting the entire space – which has capacity for up to 700 guests.

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