Lupo's Spiedies

Upstate New York's Legendary Spiedies

If you grew up in the Southern Tier of New York State, then you know that spiedies mean many things —for some, it marks the start of grilling season; for others, it’s memories of summer hot air balloons and outdoor festivals. Originally from Italy, Spiedies (pronounced “speedees”) are marinated cubes of meat cooked on skewers.

When it comes down to it, there’s no other name more synonymous with spiedies than the almost 70-year-old family-run Lupo’s. While traditionally made from lamb, Lupo’s also specializes in char-grilled marinated pork, chicken, veal, venison and beef. The best way to eat it—grab two slices of bread, sandwich the meats and just pull the skewer right off. There’s your spiedie sandwich!

We're not the only ones who love them!

Lupo’s Spiedies has been featured in the New York Times, Bon Appetit, Food & Drink International, and Charlotte Observer. They can always be spotted at the Annual Spiedie Fest as well!

Lupo's Spiedies

Upstate New York's Legendary Spiedies

If you grew up in the Southern Tier of New York State, then you know that spiedies mean many things —for some, it marks the start of grilling season; for others, it’s memories of summer hot air balloons and outdoor festivals. Originally from Italy, Spiedies (pronounced “speedees”) are marinated cubes of meat cooked on skewers.

When it comes down to it, there’s no other name more synonymous with spiedies than the almost 70-year-old family-run Lupo’s. While traditionally made from lamb, Lupo’s also specializes in char-grilled marinated pork, chicken, veal, venison and beef. The best way to eat it—grab two slices of bread, sandwich the meats and just pull the skewer right off. There’s your spiedie sandwich!

We're not the only ones who love them!

Lupo’s Spiedies has been featured in the New York Times, Bon Appetit, Food & Drink International, and Charlotte Observer. They can always be spotted at the Annual Spiedie Fest as well!