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Memorable for its history, it’s Sicilian flavors and warm hospitality, the newly opened Casa Santo Stefano is a sensory experience like no other in Tampa. Housed in a former 1925 Ybor City macaroni factory, the restaurant pays fond tribute to the Nana-cooked Sicilian food owner Richard Gonzmart ate in Tampa every Sunday with his best friend Vincent Palori. The Casa interior design is a showplace of art and craftsmanship. The indoor/outdoor rooftop Santo’s Drinkeria, available for group rentals and private events, is a flavor-packed Sicilian mixture of street food, craft cocktails and wines from Sicily you can’t get anywhere else Casa also honors Sicilian immigrants who -- along with the Cubans and Spanish -- came to Tampa and Ybor City looking for a better life. Begun in friendship, nurtured by family and continued in community, Casa Santo Stefano offers a look back to Sunday suppers, simpler times and shared stories. Mangiamo!
Memorable for its history, it’s Sicilian flavors and warm hospitality, the newly opened Casa Santo Stefano is a sensory experience like no other in Tampa. Housed in a former 1925 Ybor City macaroni factory, the restaurant pays fond tribute to the Nana-cooked Sicilian food owner Richard Gonzmart ate in Tampa every Sunday with his best friend Vincent Palori. The Casa interior design is a showplace of art and craftsmanship. The indoor/outdoor rooftop Santo’s Drinkeria, available for group rentals and private events, is a flavor-packed Sicilian mixture of street food, craft cocktails and wines from Sicily you can’t get anywhere else Casa also honors Sicilian immigrants who -- along with the Cubans and Spanish -- came to Tampa and Ybor City looking for a better life. Begun in friendship, nurtured by family and continued in community, Casa Santo Stefano offers a look back to Sunday suppers, simpler times and shared stories. Mangiamo!

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