Luca restaurants change Covid policies


CLEVELAND, Ohio – The trio of Northeastern Ohio Italian restaurants owned by Luca and Lola Sema have announced new Covid protocols for customers.

All customers are now required to show proof of vaccination (except for pick-up orders) and will be required to wear a mask in the restaurant, except when seated while eating and drinking.

The policies affect the couple’s three restaurants:

• Acqua di Luca, 500 W. St. Clair Ave., Cleveland

• Luca Italian Cuisine, 2100 Superior Viaduct, Cleveland

• Luca West, 24600 Detroit Road, Westlake

Acqua di Luca opened in June in a 150 year old building on W. St. Clair Avenue and 6th Street. It is located in the space formerly occupied by XO Prime Steakhouse.

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