Scott Harris' domination of the Taylor Street area is reaching the point where he can even have his own cursed location, apparently. It's 626 S. Racine, and according to a poster on LTHForum, Salatino's, his attempt at old-school red gravy Italian in the space, has closed after not quite two years. Harris and the location first came together for Dean Zannella's Aldino's, which tried to bring innovatively modern Italian to the area. Harris seemed to decide surprisingly quickly that Aldino's wasn't working in this neighborhood known for red sauce Italian and chicken Vesuvio, and it closed in just four months. For its replacements Harris went entirely in the opposite direction, opening the pizza place Doughboys at the back of the building and planning to reopen a version of longtime neighborhood favorite Gennaro's with Mary Jo Gennaro in the kitchen. A family dispute kept him from naming it Gennaro's, and so he named it Salatino's for one of his longtime Mia Francesca chefs. Salatino's got decent reviews (hey, Pat Bruno liked it) but one has to admit that one had not heard anything about it, or even thought about it in a long time, so it's not entirely surprising that it has now apparently closed. UPDATE: Doughboys has closed as well, per Eater.