Welcome to my first post! Being a Stamford resident for the past 15 years, I have found that my family and I frequent the same 5 or 6 restaurants, even though the city has added numerous spots in the past few years. Coming from a “foodie” family, I know that good food and amazing restaurants are able to connect not only your family, but the surrounding community as well. Being a real estate agent, my job is to not only to find forever homes for people and their families, but to find a forever home where they can go out, find friends, and eat good food. The food scene in Stamford reflects the diversity of the population, and many of the best restaurants in Stamford are overlooked, or even hidden. Through this weekly blog, I hope to introduce everyone to only the best restaurants our city has to offer, both new and old. Stay tuned, and stay hungry Stamford!
Published by Staci Zampa Team
With relentless determination and abundant talent, Staci Zampa has created exceptional real estate success in both Connecticut and New York. Her knowledgeable, advisory approach means clients feel expertly guided throughout the process, whether they're first-timers or savvy investors. Staci is known for hard work, passion and tenacity, and clients repeatedly commend her ability to close even the most challenging deals. A founding agent of Compass Stamford, she leads the Staci Zampa Team with her husband, Bob. Staci's extensive experience and know-how have been formed over her nearly 20 years in the business. She started her career overseeing condominium conversions in the Bronx and Yonkers, and to date, she has closed an impressive $500 million throughout Connecticut and New York. She also cultivated her vast local network and entrepreneurial skill running Perfect Petals in Manhattan and Window Genie in Stamford. Staci is an avid supporter of her family's nonprofit, Kula for Karma, and she's the Compass Cares Champion for Connecticut leading the region's charitable giving. Staci is a 15-year Stamford resident. Her son — the youngest winner of the Food Network's "Chopped" — is at Tulane, and her daughter is a senior at Westhill High. View all posts by Staci Zampa Team