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The DiTondo's name is staying on the building at 370 Seneca St., but lots of other things are set to change at one of Buffalo's oldest restaurants. A great-granddaughter of founder Sebastino DiTondo is returning to Buffalo with her chef husband to take over the operation, started in 1904. The focus on good food will continue, but the menu will turn towards traditiona…

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They came for one last parmed spaghetti. One last meatball. One last Italian sausage. And of course, with a cup of that sauce on the side. On Friday, DiTondo's Tavern, which opened on Seneca Street in 1904 and has prided itself as one of Buffalo's oldest continuously running restaurants, served its last meals. Dozens, if not hundreds, of their loyal customers crammed it…