Last night, a lawyer repping the Elettaria space told the community board that the current owners were reopening it with the same name, same menu 12 months after the shutter. Either he misspoke, we misheard, or something is up, because signage has just gone up in the space indicating it will reopen this fall as Alma. An investor in the project tells Eater that this restaurant is not related to Brooklyn's popular Mexican restaurant of the same name. And for legal purposes, this Village Alma's official name is Alma 33. It will be an Argentinian restaurant serving brunch, lunch and dinner, and are hoping for an early October open.. They're deciding between two chefs and should have a decision made by the end of the week.