Greenwich sees reopening of popular Italian restaurant

January 15, 2013 by  

The Bella Nonna Restaurant & Pizzeria, which had been located in the Cos Cob section of Greenwich, Connecticut, recently reopened its doors in a space that had been renovated on Railroad Avenue. Manager Joe Sandolo reopened the restaurant after a hiatus of 17 months and is most likely using flyer printing and poster printing to let former patrons and new ones alike become aware that the restaurant is back in business.

According to Tony Crudele, the owner of the restaurant, authentic Italian food is served, with all dishes priced below $21, including filet mignon and pizza. The menu includes a wide variety of dishes that range from paninis and pasta to veal, chicken and seafood entrées. There are also many daily specials that are prepared by the chef Enzo Roppo, who can also prepare special items on request. The rolls and focaccia that are served to diners as they settle in at their seats are also prepared by Roppo, as are the house desserts – which include tiramisu and cheesecake.

Sandolo and Crudelle both liked the Railroad Avenue location as it is close to downtown Greenwich and the Chickahominy section of Greenwich, which boasts a large Italian population and is just off Interstate 95 and the Post Road for those travelling through Connecticut. They added that there are some differences between the previous location in Cos Cob and the current one. The dining room now accommodates 45 people instead of 120 and lunch and dinner can now be delivered. Catering and take-out services are also available.