Delectable, succulent, and magnificent are three words that don't even come close to describing the artistry of food prepared by the family owned restaurant that has treated my pallet to years of exquisite belt increasing plates. Hidden just off Hampton Road in Southampton, La Parmigiana (La Parm - as it is called by the locals) is the closest experience you will get to having a home cooked meal with the freshest ingredients and the most crisp bites your mouth has ever sunk its teeth in. Your tongue will sing and your belly will dance thanks to the family who has bedazzled the Southampton community for over 15 years bringing its Patriarch owner direct from Italy to the comforts of Southampton. Whether you are seeking a light lunch or a full course dinner La Parm will send you home smiling and with a few bucks left in your pocket. It's Southampton dining with out the Southampton prices. After dinner you can take a walk through the deli area where La Parm has brilliantly marketed and placed some of the tastes of the restaurant for sale including the salad dressing which I prefer to dunk the fresh bread into. La Parm is my number one choice for Italian anywhere in New York and won me over the first time I ever visited it my freshman year at Southampton College. Anyone who thinks less of La Parm isn't worthy of its meals and should forget fine dining all together.
that guy who said the food was just ok... you gotta be kidding me. im a local and have lived in southampton all my life. i think theyve got the best pizza around. except for the grandmas pizza at The Country Deli on Noyac Rd by the farm, that is amazing. good other types of pizza there too. but im just saying i particularly like the grandmas type at that deli, cant beat it. but anyway about la parmigiana... great food at La Parmigiana :)
Aside the nice staff and adequate portions, the food is just average. It's not good, but it's not bad. Unfortunately, they are losing their touch. I've tried many of their dishes over the years, and the flavors are just bland. I wouldn't recommend.
Next door to Saks Fifth Avenue, this renowned historic Southampton bed and breakfast in the Hamptons is comprised of four
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