Casa Nonna, which means “Grandmother’s House” in Italian, is Midtown’s most accessible Italian restaurant. Located just south of the Theater District, this comfortable and friendly, yet romantic atmosphere welcomes food-lovers from all over the city to enjoy their signature blend of traditional Roman and Tuscan fare.
Executive Chef Julio Genao prides himself on a commitment to fresh, local, seasonal ingredients. From antipasti platters to homemade pasta and wood-fired pizzas, everything at Casa Nonna is family-style, and meant to be shared. Arguably the highlight of the Italian restaurant’s rustic, dark leather and wood accented interior is the central mosaic-tiled wood-burning pizza oven, which offers diners a full view of the genuine Italian kitchen.
With a large bar area, two spacious sections for sit-down dining, a trendy pizza bar, and an elegant conference room, Casa Nonna accommodates for all occasions at their conveniently located Manhattan location. Each dish proudly carries the bold and rustic flavors of its heritage. A wine-list made up of exclusively Italian wines celebrates the quality and diversity of Italian grape varietals—which pair exquisitely with homemade pastas and wood-fired pizzas. To keep with tradition, Casa Nonna even has a Regional Menu, updated monthly.
Located just adjacent to Madison Square Garden, New York City’s best Italian restaurant, Casa Nonna, is the perfect place to stop before a game or show. It has all the warm energy for a night out, and the friendly service for a family affair. Call (212) 736-3000 fortake-out, delivery, or to make a reservation.