When asked about Roberto's new location, owner Tammy Yezzi said, "We now have a facility that welcomes everyone's needs."
Building owners Brian and Kim Taylor designed a unique venue, unlike any other in the Jamestown area. It has a welcoming dining area and a banquet room that can hold large groups for private dining. There is also a loft area for guests who want a more formal experience, or something special not offered on the regular menu. The new kitchen manager and executive chef, Sara Sanders, has the culinary experience to offer unique dishes for those guests as well.
The lounge area allows the restaurant to now offer late-night and happy-hour specials designed with the more casual guest in mind. The windows offer a view of downtown, and the location gives the owners the presence and the parking for which they have been looking.
Pictured are city and state officials with Roberto’s Restaurant officials at a recent ribbon cutting.
Positioning the restaurant back into the central downtown area, Roberto's has recently added six new $5.99 lunch items, designed for the large downtown workforce which has limited lunch breaks. The $3.50 under-12 menu encourages parents to bring the kids with them.
The goal at Roberto's is to offer local residents a multi-functional restaurant. The owners believe offering food items during later hours, and lower-price options during traditional off-hours will save people time and offer good value.