Rome is a city as old as time, romanticized for its grand global history, impact upon Western civilization and, of course, its flavorful Italian cuisine recipes that have been passed down through generations. Now, dishes with Roman origins can be found on plates in cities all over the world.
New York City is no exception, as diners can feast on the best of Rome’s fine meals at Quinto Quarto, a Greenwich Village establishment that effuses Old World Charm and authenticity. Quinto Quarto’s chef, Steven Linares, takes pride in preparing dishes that stay true to the Italian culinary traditions of Roman cuisine.
From the locally sourced menu of Roman dishes to the all-Italian list of fine wines, Quinto Quarto presents a high quality assortment of cuisine that is sure to delight any guest. Quinto Quarto has even received praise from food enthusiasts at major publications, like the New York Times, which featured their zesty recipe for Lombrichelli all’Estruca, or Spaghetti in Spicy Tomato Sauce.
Diners are encouraged to try Quinto Quarto’s speciality dishes, such as the semolina gnocchi on asparagus and oyster mushrooms, baked in the oven to perection, as well as their filling veal and prosciutto rolls.
Currently, Quinto Quarto is offering $6 house wine and mimosa with a light snack during Happy Hour, as well as a two-course meal for $29, for diners to enjoy.
One does not have to have a Roman Holiday in order to enjoy the freshly grown ingredients of Italy’s capital. Take a stroll to Greenwich Village and enjoy Quinto Quarto’s assortment of Roman and Italian cuisine dishes in their warm and welcoming osteria.