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Sag Harbor Restaurateur Jack Tagliasacchi Shares His Story at Sag Harbor Historical Museum

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Sag Harbor restaurateur Jack Tagliasacchi spoke to a large crowd at the Sag Harbor Historical Museum on Sunday. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Sag Harbor restaurateur Jack Tagliasacchi spoke to a large crowd at the Sag Harbor Historical Museum on Sunday. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Sag Harbor restaurateur Jack Tagliasacchi spoke to a large crowd at the Sag Harbor Historical Museum on Sunday. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Sag Harbor restaurateur Jack Tagliasacchi spoke to a large crowd at the Sag Harbor Historical Museum on Sunday. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

authorStephen J. Kotz on Jun 14, 2023
Achille “Jack” Tagliasacchi said that shortly after he opened Il Capuccino Ristorante in 1973, a New York food critic wrote that “when people discover it, they will line up to... more

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