Doretta Taverna and Raw Bar, which will replace Via Matta, will feature a new entrance and French doors that open to an expanded patio.

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Doretta Taverna and Raw Bar, which will replace Via Matta, will feature a new entrance and French doors that open to an expanded patio.

Chef Michael Schlow to shutter Park Square’s Via Matta

After 13 years, Schlow will replace Via Matta with a Greek restaurant, Doretta Taverna and Raw Bar, in the fall. By Taryn Luna

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