September 27, 2016 11:44 am Anniversary Event at Terra, a Party with Moms Favorite…
Terra Ristorante, the renowned Italian restaurant in the heart of downtown Greenwich, celebrates its 25th year in business on Thursday, October 6, 2016. In honor of this milestone, the restaurant will host a cocktail party from 5 – 7 PM, offering complimentary hors d’oeuvres and cocktails as well as a special appearance by breast cancer survivor, Geralyn Lucas, who will be conducting a book signing of her latest book “Then Came Life.” To continue the celebration, a special four-course anniversary dinner with wine pairings will be offered immediately after the cocktail party at $150 per person to all guests. Terra will donate 100% of the net proceeds to benefit the Breast Cancer Alliance. Limited seating is available and reservations are required. To reserve your seat, please call the restaurant at 203 – 629 – 5222.
Terra Ristorante was quietly opened in October of 1991 by Z Hospitality Founder and Owner, Ramze Zakka, who dreamed of creating a restaurant offering simple yet delicious food in a warm and inviting ambiance. His goal was to create a bistro and introduce authentic Northern Italian food to Greenwich. He wanted guests to feel that they were being transported to Florence. Everything from food and beverages to Italian servers and music was carefully curated to achieve this goal. Terra Ristorante’s success exceeded all expectations. The restaurant was quickly discovered and populated by guests who became regulars. Chef and Co-Owner, Albert DeAngelis and his staff showcase a constantly evolving and dynamic menu to offer guests a memorable dining experience. Though the menus change seasonally, reflecting the finest of what’s available at market, guests can still find longtime signature dishes such as the American Waygu Beef Carpaccio with white truffle oil, Milk-Fed Veal Milanese and Parmesan-Crusted Filet of Sole.
Ramze Zakka is grateful for the longevity of his restaurant. “We’ve been so incredibly fortunate. It truly has been a privilege to have enjoyed the support of our community and our long standing guests,” states Zakka. “Celebrating 25 years is something we are very proud to have accomplished. However, supporting our local community and charitable events to help others achieve personal success is even more meaningful to us.”
The art of philanthropy has been a part of the Z Hospitality culture and they take pride in being an active part of the community by regularly supporting local organizations and charities in the communities they serve. To date, East End, Mediterraneo and Terra have raised more than $20,000 to support their causes.