OUR NEW LOCATION
Osteria Carlina Tribeca
We are delighted to announce the opening of our new location in TRIBECA.
It has been a wonderful journey since we first began in 2021, and we cannot wait to see what the future holds as we share our vision of northern Italy's unparalleled palette with more of New York.
WHERE EVERYTHING STARTED
Osteria Carlina West Village
Is a small little gem in the West Village of New York City that transports you to the mountains, valleys and sea sides of the northern regions of Italy. Our focus is to bring all of these rich and precious dishes, wine and warmth of our land to you, right here. Traditional dishes without any "culture influences"; Original recipes to tradition but with an accent of creativity and sometimes reinterpretation.
The name "Osteria Carlina" takes its cue from "Piazza Carlina" in Turin which the real name is "Piazza Carlo Emanuele" but for everyone just Carlina.
After 20 years of experience in hospitality in my hometown of Turin and 7 years experience in New York with my first restaurant located in Soho, i have decided to undertake this new and stimulating challenge (especially in the times of Covid) with wife, Christina Andres-Cerutti and new investing partners who immediately believed in us and and in this wonderful project. To open in the West Village of New York a small, warm, welcoming and authentic gem that can transmit our culture to this neighborhood, to this city and to the world, yes, because soon the world will be back in this city, because one day soon this city will be full again… Our authentic cuisine of my origins of Northern Italy consist of our rich and tasty flavors; our pastas, our meats , our cheeses, our desserts, our wines…We are waiting for you!
In addition to Osteria Carlina in the West Village and Tribeca, we have a sibling restaurant in Red Hook, Brooklyn.
Opened in January 2023, Bar Mario is an intimate neighborhood joint renowned for its phenomenal Negronis and warm ambience that perfectly complement each dish respectful of Piedmontese and Tuscan traditions.