Nick Cordero to be honored with table @CafeFiorelloNYC @LincolnCenter #nickcordero #ripnickcordero #COVID19

Courtesy: Amandakloots Instagram

Page Six reported Friday night that the Lincoln Center’s Cafe Fiorello restaurant is going to name a table in honor of the late Nick Cordero, who died last Sunday after a long 95 day battle with COVID19.

Cafe Fiorello owner, Shelly Fireman, was so touched by Nick’s courageous fight with his illness that there was no question about giving Nick a proper honor at a prestigious setting being Cafe Fiorello, in a prestigious venue that is the Lincoln Center.

Nick’s wife, Amanda Kloots, told Page Six’s parent, The New York Post, in May that Cafe Fiorello was their favorite neighborhood restaurant to eat at.

Amanda, who loved her husband, Nick, so much continues to honor Nick at every chance by posting photos, videos, and one-year-old son, Elvis on her Instagram, plus Broadway hopes the Longacre Theater can be renamed “The Nick Cordero Theater”, now that they collected the required amount of signatures.

Daniel Quintanilla

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