Welcome to our photo series, where Eater photographer Daniel Krieger visits some of the city's well known restaurants to capture them at a certain, and very specific, point in the day. Today, Salumeria Rosi Parmacotto.[Krieger, 9/21/09]
Upper West Side: Cesare Casella, New York's ebullient scene-stealer of an Italian chef, opened his tiny meat-centric Upper West Side spot Salumeria Rosi last November, to the delight of the entrenched neighborhood foodies up there. Today it's still a go-to spot for prosciutto on the go or a full on sitdown meal. The scene during a Monday lunch.
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