Taschen’s New York

All you need to know about this absolutely delicious Italian restaurant, located at the far western edge of Soho and Tribeca, is the owner’s name: Giorgio Deluca. Yes, it is that Deluca, the legendary co-founder of the Dean & Deluca gourmet grocery chain. In his signature restaurant, the pasta is perfection, the seafood fresh, and the service as smooth and smart as the clean white interior. Giorgione’s has been a hit with New Yorkers since it opened in 2001, and it draws a lively crowd.

Taschen’s New York is available to purchase here

Michelin Guide 2015

In far west SoHo, beyond Chanel and Balenciaga, find this long-time resident cherished for its quiet location where Spring Street locals enjoy a slower pace—much like Italy itself. Founded by Dean & Deluca’s Giorgio Deluca, the stylish and distinctly Italian L-shaped room focuses on straightforward pizza, outstanding pastas, and serious desserts. You can’t go wrong with the handful of pastas on the menu, such as the lovingly crafted pouches of spinach and ricotta ravioli in a light tomato sauce. Delicately grilled lamb chops with peperonata and rosemary-roasted new potatoes are simple yet beguiling. Try one (or two) noteworthy desserts, including the flaky crostata filled with rich chocolate ganache and bright green pistachio di Bronte.

Zagat 2015

A “low-key neighborhood place”, this Hudson Square trattoria caters to “sophisticated” types with “inventive iItalian comfort food” abetted by an “appealing” wine list; the atmosphere is “chic without being trendy”, and the “quality” team led by Giorgio DeLuca (of Dean & DeLuca) ensures “a lot of attention to detail.”

New York Magazine

The exuberant mood and high decibel levels at this SoHo Italian reflect its high-spirited owner, New York foodie founding father Giorgio DeLuca, whose culinary savvy helped transform our idea of the grocery store. His chef  shares his reverence for the perfect ingredient, be it an heirloom tomato or the perfect roasted peach. With its raw bar, its pizza oven, and its traffic-stopping dessert cart, Giorgione hits all the right sensory buttons. — Rob Patronite and Robin Raisfeld

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    Giorgione is closed on Sundays.

    Giorgione will be closed on Monday Dec 24th & Tuesday Dec 25th and will reopen Wednesday Dec 26th for dinner at 6pm. Enjoy the holidays.

    Giorgione will be closed on Sunday July 3rd and Monday July 4th, and will reopen Tuesday July 5th for lunch. Enjoy the holidays.