Casa Limone, New York – Located in the heart of New York’s midtown, steps from Rockefeller Center, lies a place filled with the flavors, sights, and scents of the Italian Mezzogiorno while embodying the energy of New York.
Casa Limone is a casual, elegant Italian restaurant inspired by the Italian South with New York influences, by Michelin-starred Chef Antonio Salvatore in his North American debut.
Casa Limone in the city was born from the desire to throw a handkerchief to the Mediterranean, the historic heart of the Big Apple, a sort of window on the sea that can transport you more than 7000 miles away, by the simple act of crossing the doorstep. Casa Limone is one of the Monte Carlo Hospitality Group holding Chef Antonio Salvatore as a Brand Partner. Through the Rampoldi Restaurant, Antonio Salvatore’s La Table, and Atlantic Grill, the mission is to create a thousand-kilometer-wide embrace of Mediterranean atmospheres and excellent quality food.
These two extremes of the atlas in history have been closely linked, particularly in the early twentieth century, despite the distance. In 2021, after more than a century, Casa Limone in the city is about to write a new chapter of the correspondence between New York and the Mediterranean. In the heart of Manhattan, one step away from the iconic Rockefeller Center, Casa Limone in the city comes to life to bring to the nature of New Yorkers all the Mediterranean warmth that reigns in Southern Italy through the cuisine of starred chef Antonio Salvatore and the unique, carefully designed atmosphere.
The furniture has been chosen with care to every detail: the ceramics (Sicily) and Vietri (Amalfi Coast) made ad hoc for the restaurant on the walls. Moreover, the mise en place recalls the colors and the atmosphere of a distant land that has never been so close. Furthermore, the oven gives off a warmth that goes straight to the heart.