Nine months after remaking its 25-year-old Figlio Italian concept in Minneapolis into the more “uptown” Il Gatto, Parasole Restaurant Holdings has brought in a new executive chef and culinary consultant. In addition to the culinary changes, Parasole said it also completed some “architectural enhancements” to 275-seat Il Gatto, which debuted last November. Parasole officials have said that the company spent “north of $1 million” to develop Il Gatto, which ...

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