What does allora mean?
What does Allora mean? At its base, in Italian, Allora is a filler word; a conjunctive note, used to start a sentence, offer a break between thoughts, or even to recall a certain point in time.
As a romanticized version of “so”, we took that to heart and visioned a place that, to us, embodied all the little variances of the translation. A starting point of a conversation – between meetings, reuniting friends, or the customers and staff. A pause in thought – being that reminder to stop, breathe, and take stock. A reminiscence – a call to a prior time; a longing to wash in memories and nostalgia.
It was these iterations of the word Allora that seemed to embody, romantically, all the traits we wanted to cultivate and culture here, for all to enjoy