I recently had the pleasure of dining at Zuppas. Starting with my first step into the door, I was wowed with the warm, beautiful atmosphere. Zuppas features a unique concept of gourmet, cafeteria-style dining. The menu is just as unique and creative as the concept. Lunch options include warm pear salad, beet and orange salad, ham and brie sandwich, and tons more. After mulling my options, I decided to go with the soup and sandwich combo and chose lobster bisque and ½ of a vegetarian wrap. My lunch was served with warm homemade potato chips. Once I placed my order, the line cooks worked quickly and beautify to prepare my food right before my eyes. The tomatoes were a deep red-maroon, perfectly fresh, as were all of the other ingredients. True to the cafeteria-style, my food was served on a tray. I then paid, grabbed my utensils, poured my own beverage, ate, and cleared my tray. Within a few minutes, I had finished my tailored, gourmet lunch. Zuppas is such a great place to dine when you only have a few minutes and don’t want another unhealthy burger and fries meal or if you’re trying to impress a client with lunch in a short amount of time. There is certainly something for everyone!
I was pleasantly surprised to learn that Zuppas grows a lot of their own produce, explaining why everything was so fresh! The produce is grown practically right next door. This is a concept that I love!
For more information about Zuppas including information about them growing their own produce, private dining, menus, or catering, visit http://www.zuppas.com/index.html . Zuppas is certainly worth the trip to Neenah. While there, be sure to check out the great independently owned shops in the area including the Bergstrom-Mahler Museum’s gift shop, Vintique, and Lucy’s Closet.