Zuppa Restaurant has been consistently praised as a dream destination for Italian fine-dining since it opened in a reclaimed, historic Yonkers warehouse in 2003:
A Delight for Foodies
The "jewel in the crown" of Yonkers's redevelopment according to Westchester Magazine, Zuppa helped spark the transformation of its Downtown Waterfront. The inspired Italian cuisine, like the modernized Spaghette e' Meatballs with lamb polpette, spaghetti squash, and tomato mint concasse has garnered the praise of The New York Times, Wine Spectator, Zagat, and others. Three unique dining rooms are housed in a building of 100-year-old brick and 14-foot-high ceilings, and seating is available inside the candlelit wine cellar, where wine pairings can be recommended by the house sommelier from a collection of more than 2,500 bottles.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON October 14, 2018
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON October 15, 2013
Fine Italian Cuisine in a Wood & Brick Setting
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