The Go Roma fast-casual Italian brand was acquired Wednesday by former Morton’s Restaurant Group chief financial officer Ronald DiNella and his investment partners, and the six-unit chain is in for some tweaks, the new owner said. The Roma Restaurant Investments group, owned by DiNella Hospitality, acquired all the stock in Go Roma-parent Fast Fresh Italian LLC from San Francisco-based GESD Capital Partners LLC, which also owns bread maker and bakery-cafe operator Andre Boudin ...
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