Ribalta Brings Naples to NYC Via Mamaroneck

Jul 20, 2016 975

Pizza and pasta are easy to come by in the restaurant world, but few are making waves like Ribalta in Greenwich Village. The popular Italian eatery that's only a five-minute walk off the Union Square subway stop became buzzworthy after Grubstreet named their spaghetti Pomodoro one of NYC's 10 best pasta dishes, and their Neapolitan-style pizza has earned praise in numerous other publications. Ribalta is also known for the Pizza Diet—don't worry, I'll explain later—and as a hangout for big-time soccer matches.

Should you care if you live in Westchester? Absolutely. After all, the owner is of our very own: Naples-born Rosario Procino has called Mamaroneck his home since 1999. After managing and owning multiple restaurants in the New York and Connecticut area, he opened Ribalta in 2013, and a second in Atlanta in '14.

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Source: http://www.westchestermagazine.com/

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