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Italian

SoleLuna was born from the beautiful marriage of restauranteurs hailing from both Southern and Northern Italy bringing together the iconic fish fare of the south and the north’s starchier, heavier dishes that we tend to favor. Sit at the cozy industrial-style bar or at one of the many intimate tables that fill the family-operated restaurant and indulge in the Monday night oyster special or the local favorite arancini (rice balls) that changes daily. The menu runs the gamut from Italian pastries for breakfast to familiar dishes like burrata (mozzarella and arugula), lasagna bolognese (lasagna with a red meatsauce), and tagliolini ai frutti del mare (pasta with shellfish in tomato sauce).

SoleLuna, New York City
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SoleLuna

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SoleLuna was born from the beautiful marriage of restauranteurs hailing from both Southern and Northern Italy bringing together the iconic fish fare of the south and the north’s starchier, heavier dishes that we tend to favor. Sit at the cozy industrial-style bar or at one of the many intimate tables that fill the family-operated restaurant and indulge in the Monday night oyster special or the local favorite arancini (rice balls) that changes daily. The menu runs the gamut from Italian pastries for breakfast to familiar dishes like burrata (mozzarella and arugula), lasagna bolognese (lasagna with a red meatsauce), and tagliolini ai frutti del mare (pasta with shellfish in tomato sauce).