TRADITION AND PASSION BEHIND ZONA BLU
A TASTE OF SARDINIA IN WESTON, FL
Sardinia, an Italian island located in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, famous for its clear and pristine waters, unspoiled nature, rich traditions and folklore, has made its way to Weston through our popular family restaurant, Zona Blu. The distinctive flavors of Sardinian cuisine are not just Italian in origin, they are derived from a variety of influences. Starting with the Phoenicians and followed by Carthaginians, Romans, Arabs, Moors, and Spanish, among others, the island was conquered and occupied by nearly every Mediterranean power for more than 2,500 years. As a result, modern day Sardinia is a one-of-a-kind tapestry of cultures, folklore, customs and a truly unique food scene.
We invite you to grab a seat, have a drink, enjoy Sardinian-inspired dishes, and most importantly to toast as commonly cheered in Sardinia- “A Kent’ Annos” “to 100 years!”
Opened in 2015, Zona Blu quickly became a local favorite, a foodie destination, and a place for the “in the know” tourists and food critics alike. In 2016, Zona Blu was voted one of the top 5 new restaurants in Broward and Palm Beach County by City & Shore Magazine and the accolades continue to this day.
Zona Blu is not a restaurant “concept”, rather, it is a restaurant that was created by actual Sardinians who share a love for the island that they call home. Our passion for the food and wine that we are privileged to enjoy on the island, a sense of family, and our desire to bring all of the best attributes that Sardinia has to offer to South Florida, culminated in the creation of Zona Blu!
“A Kent’ Annos”! (To 100 Years!)
EXECUTIVE CHEF ANDREA FADDA
“I can still remember waking up on Sunday mornings to the aroma of the fresh pasta being prepared by my mom and the piglet that my dad was preparing to roast on the fire. After our big feast we would go the beach for the rest of the day until the sun would set.”
SHEILA MARRAS DAVID & DEBBIE MARRAS BAUTISTA
“As kids we were fortunate to spend summers in Sardegna surrounded by family. Everything we did centered around food and fun! We would play in the Mediterranean waters all day while our aunts and uncles prepared fresh fish and homemade sausage on the outdoor brick oven. Dinner was always very late in the evening and usually consisted of a delicious soup or pasta with fresh tomato sauce, artichokes, a light salad, and freshly picked fruit from our uncle’s farm (plums, cherries, oranges, cactus fruit, figs, and apricots were plentiful).”