John D'Atria, owner of Cafe Amalfi, and his dog, Lakota, run his restaurant as Hurricane Irma blows outside on Sunday afternoon in Bradenton. Cafe Amalfi remains one of the only open restaurants in Bradenton as the storm rages. D'Atria says he mostly opened to help out the people at the hotel next door.
John D'Atria, owner of Cafe Amalfi, and his dog, Lakota, run his restaurant as Hurricane Irma blows outside on Sunday afternoon in Bradenton. Cafe Amalfi remains one of the only open restaurants in Bradenton as the storm rages. D'Atria says he mostly opened to help out the people at the hotel next door. Zack Wittman zwittman@bradenton.com
John D'Atria, owner of Cafe Amalfi, and his dog, Lakota, run his restaurant as Hurricane Irma blows outside on Sunday afternoon in Bradenton. Cafe Amalfi remains one of the only open restaurants in Bradenton as the storm rages. D'Atria says he mostly opened to help out the people at the hotel next door. Zack Wittman zwittman@bradenton.com

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