It’s Pizza & Pasta time where Greenwich and Soho meet!!!! We all know that New York City has some of the best restaurants from around the globe and today, we’ll share with you a super authentic Italian spot, Song E Napule.
An authentic Italian spot in NYC! Have you heard of Song E Napule?
We do knot that it can be quite a challenge to figure out what’s the next amazing restaurant to visit in New York. The city has absolutely every single cuisine you could image and the options are truly endless.
This discrete spot in the South Village serves brick oven pizzas & homemade Italian pastas that are to die for! So, don’t be mistaken!
This is a super authentic destination for the Italian community in the City created by Chef Ciro Iovine.
“Ciro has been a pizza chef since he was 13 years old, his craft took him around the world and finally to New York: first on vacation, immediately after work.”
So, what did we try!?
– POMODORINI SALAD: Arugula, cherry tomatoes, shaved Parnesan and balsamic vinaigrette
– CROCCHE’ DI PATATE: Hand made potato croquette, filled with smoked buffalo mozzarella cheese and pecorino cheese
– SPAGHETTI AL RAGU CON POLPETTE: Spaghetti with meatballs, tomato sauce and Parmigiano reggiano
– GNOCCHI WHITE TRUFFLE CREAM
Lastly, for Dessert, a CHEESE CAKE FRUIT – soft dough of cheeses and eggs encased in a fragrant background of shortcrust pastry.
WOW! And what a dinner!
We had a great time, staff was super friendly, fun and the spot is truly perfect for a super authentic and delicious Italian dinner!
Hope you guys enjoy as much as we did!!!
Location: 146 West Houston Street
Hours: Monday – Sunday 12pm–10pm
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