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Peter Pause restaurant changes hands

New owner vows to keep successful formula

Lucy and Bruno Sacchetti, front, have sold Peter Pause restaurant to Dean Plakas and his fiance' Amie Phillips, back.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Lucy and Bruno Sacchetti, front, have sold Peter Pause restaurant to Dean Plakas and his fiance' Amie Phillips, back.
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Bruno Sacchetti remembers the apprehension that came with his new job in March 1980. Sacchetti and his wife, Lucy, had just purchased the Peter Pause restaurant on Nott Street — an Italian-American diner located between Foster Avenue and Carrie Street. Construction worker Bruno didn’t know much about the business, and wondered if customers would keep coming. Sacchetti didn’t have to worry. People who visited for late-morning bacon and eggs and early-afternoon ziti and meatballs kept ...


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