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Shortly after being seated at The Immigrant Restaurant, the server will inquire as to the guest’s water preference. Those selecting house-chilled water will have their glasses filled from an ice-cold stainless steel pitcher nestled amid a cloth napkin to tame exterior droplets of cold condensation. The two bottled selections of fine dining waters are still and sparkling San Pellegrino products from northern Italy: The San Pellegrino carbonated mineral water is bottled at San Pellegrino Terme in the province of Bergamo in Lombardy, while Acqua Panna still water takes its name from the Villa Panna where it is bottled at the source in hills of the Apennines Mountains in Tuscany. Both Acqua Panna and San Pellegrino waters are served in their original glass containers to preserve flavor and integrity.