Lovers of midtown's PizzArte can now rejoice. You no longer have to trek into the wintery elements to order up your savory Neopolitan 'za. Orders can be placed online at their website. A selection of their Neapolitan pies, including the traditional Margherita, the spicy Diavola with Neapolitan salame, and the namesake PizzArte with speck, zucchini and house-made burrata and more are available for delivery along with salads, appetizers such as Neapolitan meatballs, octopus, seafood salad, a variety of pastas and desserts.
Most New Yorkers claim they know the best pizza joint in town. But tell your fave hub to move on over because recently opened PizzArte will surely give it a run for its money.
Step into this modern Italian resto unlike any other. Forget the red checkered table cloths, forget the dim lighting and noisy children -- this hot new spot is not clinging on to the same ol' Italian restaurant theme. Instead, owners Bruno Cilio and Dario Cipollaro de l'Ero (first time restaraunteurs) opted to decorate with mod tables and lights and walls covered in great Italian artwork (perfect, since it's situated just footsteps away from the MoMA). The artists that are currently being displayed there are Lello Esposito, Luciano Scateni, Giuseppe Falconi and Francesco Manes, all of whom are from Naples. The artwork will rotate every four to six months.