Tomato's Italian Grill closed down after 20 years in business in Twin Falls. The restaurant closed its doors the week of Thanksgiving and if you are going to miss it like crazy, we have some good news for you and for your nostalgia.

How to bring a piece of Tomato's Italian Grill home with you one last time

This week you can make a trip down to Tomato's Italian Grill on Blue Lakes and purchase items in the building. Everything must be sold from furniture to decorations and cookware. If you have fond memories of the building you may want to go down there and purchase some items that will remind you of your fond times there with family and friends.

Date and times to purchase from the building

On Thursday, December 2nd you can go in between 4 pm and 7 pm

Friday, December 3rd from 11 am to 4 pm

Saturday, December 4th between 11 am and 4 pm.

During these dates and times, you can stop in there and basically shop for items that they currently have. I am unsure the cost of items at this moment but I would bet that some of it may be negotiable.

Everyone can bring a piece of Tomato's home with them

Even if you just want to go a buy some baking dishes or the art on the wall, there will be options for everyone. I might stop in just to see if I can get their tomato picture with all the descriptions because it was my favorite.

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