As we arrived on a recent Saturday night for dinner and drove into their parking lot, I couldn't help but think that the restaurant looked small from the outside:
Not to worry, as you enter you will notice that looks can be deceiving and Zampa is roomier on the inside than you might expect. We were seated in the back at a small table and looked around to take it all in. My immediate reaction on the atmosphere was good. It is a combination of a lot of reds along with high and low tops and a small bar. The tables were silver colored and the seats comfortable:
The menu is small and there were also a few specials so we had some tough choices to make. On the appetizers, the Winter Torta sounded fabulous, a potato pastry crust with onions, cauliflower and Vermont cheddar cheese. The specials included potato flat bread with smokehouse bacon and dill sour cream. We went with the latter and it was delicious:
More than anything else it is about the food at Zampa. They have a recipe for success that you should experience.