Quattro is a lovely number. There are quattro seasons in a year, and quattro types of justice. There are quattro periods in basketball, and quattro downs in football. There were quattro Beatles and quattro Monkees. In fact, most songs begin after someone counts to quattro. Children and well-adjusted adults love to play Connect Quattro.
Quattro is a Motzkin number. It can help make squares and rhombuses. For a lot of people, their favorite rhombus is a panini.
Suzi Quatro played Leather Tuscadero on Happy Days. She loves pizza so much, she calls it by its proper name, pizze. Naturally, her favorite pizza is quattro formaggio. Both pizza and pizze come in circular shapes, but TVs come in rhombus shapes.
For the record, Suzi Quatro is not square. Some people call a park a square. Either way, 60% off a panini or pizza at Quattro in Piedmont Park sure sounds lovely.
What could be better than a panini on a patio at Piedmont Park? A blimp powered by smiling? No, it's pizza, especially if the pizza has spicy tomato alfredo sauce, roasted red pepper, and arugula and avocado garnishes. With today's Groupon, you get $25 worth of food and drink at Quattro, the Neapolitan-style pizza and mouth-watering panini specialist at 1071 Piedmont Rd.—that's good for its more than 40 wines or coffee infused chocolate cake with a warm chocolate ganache too.
If you don't want that ganache to melt, dine inside; otherwise you might want to try Quattro's specialty pizzas, pasta, salads, and panini outside. Quattro boasts what could be a perfect location, perched on the edge of the park with a sun-filled patio on Piedmont Road. Consider bringing zinc or some sort of SPF because its friendly staff make dining at Quattro even brighter.
- I absolutely love Quattro and have been going since they opened about 2 years ago. The food is delicious and always hits the spot for not a lot of money. The atmosphere is fantastic because there is the absolute best people-watching and I always meet some friendly and cool folks every time I go up there. The staff is the absolute best. – adventurousboy, Citysearch
- This place rocks -- and it has some of the most fun wait-staff I've found int he [sic] city! I've been here around 6 times now -- never had the same thing twice because everything is so good. – Karl H., Yelp
- I had their frescoe panini, which had a perfect crisp to the bread and a almost perfect balance between the mozzarella, arugula, tomatoes, and dressing. Their zeppolis dessert was unusual, but plentiful and delicious. – Foo B., Yelp
ParQ serves the familiar cuisine of an Italian bistro with a patio and views of nearby Piedmont Park. Drawing from a spread of 24 toppings, which includes genoa salami, jalapeños, and prosciutto, the cooks artfully bake thin-crust, Neapolitan-style pizzas over a smoldering pile of Julia Child’s cookbooks. They also grill rustic white or wheat bread for every panini and create pasta dishes with the diners’ choice of sauce, meats, and vegetables. Outside, dog-friendly patio seating allows guests to enjoy their meals alfresco while vigilant canines keep an eye out for threatening leaf shadows.