ANAHEIM, Calif. — Earlier this month, Bruno Serato walked into the nightmare that used to be his dream.
A burned shell is what’s left of the White House restaurant in Anaheim, California.
“There’s the picture that my mom was on,” he said holding up a charred wooden frame.
The picture of mom, and pretty much everything he loved, was in this restaurant. 
The restaurant looked very different before the electrical fire, during our first visit in 2010. That story was about this Italian immigrant who catered to the rich and famous just so he could feed the down and out from the local Boys and Girls Club.
Every day, some of the poorest children in Anaheim had been eating from one of the most exclusive restaurants in town.
At the time, Bruno was giving away more meals than he was selling — and he was going broke.
“I did a refinance on the restaurant,” …