Through the doors of the Stella Luna, family and friends are transported to a quiet village in Italy. The first stop is an outdoor cafe where guests can gather and, if lucky, convince a fellow guest to sit at the piano for an impromptu show. In order to preserve the feel of open country air, the brothers have included a smoking lounge, the Tabbaccheria, to keep the restaurant smoke free. In the cigar room, frequent guests are welcomed to store their own cigars in a cigar humidor locker.
Across the hardwood bar, the Cantina displays hundreds of domestic and imported wines. The Avanzatos pride themselves in a sophisticated collection of vintages, all stored at a controlled cellar temperature. At the bar, guests are presented with an extensive selection of fine spirits, liqueurs, and beers from across the world.
Walking through the Piazza, or Town Square, visitors are invited to sit in the romantic grotto or the lofty Cortile. The Cortile, or Courtyard, has the feel of an Italian mountain top, with a celestial blue sky and streaking clouds covering the domed ceiling of the main dining area. Artist Kevin Hanlon captures the beauty of Tuscany’s vineyards and villas through the tall inner windows. While guests dine “outdoors”, they are occasionally caught in the middle of a bright show of thunder and lightening.
Stella Luna Ristorante also offers two additional dining areas. The Conferenza provides private dining for business meetings or family events of up to 30 people. The Banchetto accommodates up to 100 people with private bathroom facilities and a separate sound system, making it ideal for weddings and other special occasions.
The Avanzatos would like to invite everyone to join them at Stella Luna Ristorante and hope that you enjoy your dining experience.