Established in New York in 1984 by Aldo Bozzi, a businessman from Milan, and Roberto Magris, an known architect from Florence, Mezzaluna, an Italian restaurant has become the most popular meeting place in New York, and subsequently new Mezzaluna restaurants were opened in Los Angeles, Aspen, Miami and Atlanta, respectively.
The first and only Mezzaluna outside the United States is the one in Turkey, opened in 1995, and has been serving with its 11 branches, e.g. 6 in Istanbul (Nişantaşı, Etiler, Kozyatağı, Beykoz, İstinye Park, Suada Club), 2 in Ankara (Bilkent, Kavaklıdere), 3 in İzmir (Konak, Agora, Alaçatı).
Whose cuisines are being managed by the Italian Chiefs, namely Antonio Lombardi in Istanbul, Daniel Evangelista in Ankara and Domenico Ranieri in İzmir, Mezzaluna Suada Club has a menu containing subsections called antipasti (starting), salads, carpaccio, pastry (macaroni), risotto, grills, pizza and delights. In addition to the cold startings and carpaccios, fine pasted pizzas cooked in oven for woods and handmade macaronis are very popular. Tiramisu, crema gratinata and fondente with chocolate are those delights most favoured by the customrs.
Being a typical trattoria with its colorfull decoration, and active and comfortable ambience, and integrated with the beauty of Bosporus, Mezzaluna Suada Club offers a rich menu of wines to the appreciation of the customers, including homebred wines as well as Italian and New World’s wines.