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TUTTO FINISCE A TARALLUCCI E VINO


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TUTTO FINISCE A TARALLUCCI E VINO


 

"ALL ENDS WELL WITH TARALLUCCI E VINO"

The famous Italian saying comes from a tradition of resolving any matter over a glass of wine and tarallucci, the classic southern Italian cookie.  Since 2001 Tarallucci e Vino has adopted this philosophy and applied it every aspect of our dining experience. From our handcrafted pastries every morning to our fresh pastas and locally and seasonally inspired Italian plates at night, we invite you start or end your day and unwind at Tarallucci e Vino.

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BUON APPETITO!


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BUON APPETITO!


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The Team


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The Team


LUCA DI PIETRO

Founder

Luca Di Pietro hails from the Central Italian region of Abruzzo. He founded Tarallucci e Vino in 2001, while running the US subsidiary of an Italian coffee company. Luca set out to capture the ease and casual elegance of Italy’s “bar” or “caffé” culture, something he missed and wanted to recreate in New York. That simple idea soon grew into a group of restaurants both European expats and New Yorkers appreciate for their authentic Italian appeal and warmth. Luca plans to play for the Italian National Team in the 2018 World Cup.

LORENZO BARICCA

Wine Director

Lorenzo grew up in in Vezzano sul Crostolo, Emilia Romagna watching his grandfather make wine. He owned and opened wine bars in Italy before moving to New York. He joined the Tarallucci e Vino team in 2007, becoming a partner in 2013, and has made it his mission to fill the wine list with unique, small-batch producers. Many vineyards he works with are family-run and biodynamic, and some of the grapes he offers cannot be found anywhere else in the US. He takes frequent trips back to Italy to see his family and to discover new winemakers.

Francesco Gallo

Chef De Cuisine

Born in Italy’s gastronomical center to parents from the South, Francesco grew up with a full exposure to the Italian culinary scene. He got his start in the world famous Ristorante San Domenico in his hometown of Imola, Italy. He continued to work his way through Emilia-Romagna and Italy until moving to New York in 2011 where he became the Chef de Cuisine at Piccolo Caffe. Francesco then moved onto A Voce Columbus where he worked as a Sous-Chef for three years before coming onboard as the Chef de Cuisine at Tarallucci e Vino.  

Francesco is  married, resides in Brooklyn and enjoys gardening on his days off. We can’t wait to try his tomatoes!