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Neapolitan Pizzeria Rossopomodoro Opens Its First Non-Eataly Outpost in Greenwich Village

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Here's a look at the big new pizzeria from the Naples-based chain, gold oven and all.

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Tonight Rossopomodoro, the Neapolitan pizza chain responsible for the pizza restaurant inside Eataly, opens its first standalone outpost in the former Cole's Greenwich Village space. The space is a clean, simple version of your average upscale pizzeria, outfitted with marble tabletops and pendant lights. But it does have quite a lot of those tables, in multiple dining rooms, plus a well-equipped bar and a gilded pizza oven the likes of which has not been seen since Donatella closed. There's also a little wall of pantry goods for sale.

The menu offers a classic pizza lineup, with topping that range from sausage and mushroom, to brussels sprout and guanciale, or gorgonzola and winter squash. This is also not exclusively a pizza restaurant. There are just as many pastas as pizzas on the menu, including ricotta ravioli, linguine with sea urchin, and tagliatelle with bolognese. From that bar up front comes a solid cocktail menu, with house cocktails heavy on Italian liquors like Campari, limoncello, Aperol, and Amaro CioCiaro. Take a good look around the space, then peruse the menus below, and let it be known that Lidia Bastianich is very excited about this opening (nevermind that she might be a bit biased).

Rossopomodoro Dinner 12.4.14

Rossopomodoro Cocktail Menu 12.4.14

Rossopomodoro

118 Greenwich Avenue, New York, NY 10011 Visit Website

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