La Parmigiana—the beloved family-owned Italian restaurant on Hampton Road in Southampton—has just listed the iconic location that has been home to the restaurant for the last 43 years, reports Newsday.
The restaurant opened in 1974 two years after founder Celestino Gambino came to the United States. Gambino passed away in July 2010.
Built in 1931, the building is 5,494 square feet in total—2,255 square feet is usable commercial space, while the remaining 3,239 square feet is basement and kitchen prep space. The outdoor dining area is 800 square feet. Water rights have been grandfathered to the building, which will carry over to the next owner.
There are five private parking spaces that come with the property, plus municipal parking located behind the building.
Business will continue while the building is for sale, though “future plans for the Gambino family remain undetermined,” according to the original report.
The building is listed with Matthew Charles Nesi of Wald Real Estate for $6.85 million.