Venue Info

What started out as a pizza counter inside Eataly is now a full-service Italian restaurant in the West Village. Rossopomodoro is known for its soft but charred Neapolitan-style pizzas, which emerge hot and fluffy from the gold-tiled wood-burning oven in a matter of minutes. A host of elegant pastas, including sea urchin linguine and tagliatelle Bolognese, round out the menu, as do cocktails with distinctly Italian ingredients like Aperol, Campari, and limoncello. The corner restaurant is surprisingly large with four separate dining rooms and a bar area, and luckily, the atmosphere is nowhere near as tourist-ridden as its Flatiron parent.

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Rossopomodoro

ROSSOMPOMODORO

What started out as a pizza counter inside Eataly is now a full-service Italian restaurant in the West Village. Rossopomodoro is known for its soft but charred Neapolitan-style pizzas, which emerge hot and fluffy from the gold-tiled wood-burning oven in a matter of minutes. A host of elegant pastas, including sea urchin linguine and tagliatelle Bolognese, round out the menu, as do cocktails with distinctly Italian ingredients like Aperol, Campari, and limoncello. The corner restaurant is surprisingly large with four separate dining rooms and a bar area, and luckily, the atmosphere is nowhere near as tourist-ridden as its Flatiron parent.