Antonio D’Anna proudly circulates the elegant dining room chatting with customers. His passion as a restaurateur is apparent, working as a waiter at Arturo’s in Floral Park, later buying Arturo’s 27 years ago and now as co-owner of Stresa Restaurant. Antonio’s co-owner sons, Tommy, Nick and Roberto continue the family tradition providing Stresa customers with fine Italian cuisine and impeccable service.
Stresa takes its name from a beautiful, historic town on the shores of Lake Maggiore in northern Italy. Originally a fishing settlement, Stresa is now a popular tourist destination renowned for its spectacular landscape and elegant architecture. The town has hosted such cultural icons as Charles Dickens and Ernest Hemingway in their heyday.