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Vita Turns the Lights Off, Low Country Kitchen Will Replace It

The spot had been open for a decade After a decade in LoHi, Vita Restaurant is calling it quits. The restaurant, which had chef Max Mackissock as its opening chef, served contemporary fare, had a full bar, a stunning rooftop patio, and often hosted live music events.This message was posted on the restaurant's Facebook page: Vita Friends, Over the last ten years we have had the pleasure of serving our guests and meeting some amazing people.
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