Mamma mia! La Parmigiana’s Southampton home listed for $6.85M

TRD New York /
Aug.August 30, 2017 01:37 PM
For 45 years, La Parmigiana has occupied a 5,500-square-foot brick building in the heart of Southampton, but not for much longer. Celestino Gambino, who founded the casual Italian joint in 1974, died in 2010, but his family just listed the building with Wald Real Estate Associates for $6.85 million. Grandfathered restaurant rights will be transferred to the new owner, Newsday reported. La Parmigiana will be open as usual until a sale is made. [Newsday]

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