New Tarallucci e Vino Restaurant Opens in Manhattan Neighborhood

New York City is a national and international tourist attraction filled with eatery establishments, architecture and cultural activities. Millions of locals and tourists visit some of the state’s tourist attractions, including the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty and Times Square. When it comes to cultural foods and private room settings, NYC is known for containing the most praised restaurants in the world to offer American, Chinese and Italian cuisines. American Cut and Charlie Bird are two examples of acclaimed eatery establishments in NYC that offers private event rooms and selection of menu items. Tarallucci e Vino, an exclusive Italian restaurant, recently opened its fifth location in the Manhattan neighborhood.

American Cut has an old-school Mad Men style with an extravagant interior design. The restaurant is one of the top steakhouse eateries in New York City. The chef prepares prime steaks, oysters, shrimp cocktails, crab cakes, and Caesar salad. For American-Italian cuisines, Charlie Bird serves homemade spaghetti in a hip-hop environment. Patrons enjoy delicious menu items while listening to music by Snoop Dogg and Jay-Z. Both of these establishments offer private rooms to hold parties for birthdays, graduations, and anniversaries.

The first establishment of Tarallucci e Vino was founded by Luca Di Pietro in 2001 with the “Italian philosophy of resolving matters over a glass of wine and tarallucci, an Italian southern cookie.” Pietro opened the restaurant after observing the lack of diversity in New York City eatery establishments with the culture of Italy. He created the elegant restaurant where patrons could enjoy delicious Italian meals in a casual and at-ease atmosphere. The first restaurant opened in the East Village neighborhood and now has locations in Union Square, Upper West Side, Upper East Side, and Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhoods. The restaurant in the NoMad neighborhood is the most recent restaurant to open in NYC.

The new location is phoenominal and features interior columns, walnut stained tables, brown leather upholstery, and concrete floors. Tarallucci e Vino in Manhattan is approximately 1,200 square feet with a bar that seats up to 16 patrons, 14 feet ceilings, outdoor patio, and wall windows. Luca Di Pietro hired interior designer, Sarah Abdallah and architects, Michael Siporin and Michael McNeil to create the interior design and to develop the architectural structure of the restaurant. Executive Chef, Cara Hermanson and Chef De Cuisine, Francesco Gallo are responsible for creating the finest pastries and Italian cuisines at the new location.

All five Tarallucci e Vino locations offer attractive event spaces that holds more than 10 quests up to 120. The Mezzanine room is designed for small events with up to 30 quests and cocktail parties up to 80 quests. The space includes a furnished bar, custom brick tables, and décor of artwork and mirrors. On the sixth floor is loft space to hold events for business meetings, company parties, and private parties. The space is large enough to seat and serve 120 patrons.

What’s on the Italian menu is selection of items for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner created by Chefs, such as Riccardo Bilotta, Francesco Gallo, and Cara Hermanson. Their culinary skills are seen in each item on the menu that’s traditional and modern. Tarallucci e Vino is one of the top Italian restaurants in NYC to offer private event space and scrumptious cuisines.