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The pizza was decent, not outstanding. I like Keste better. On top of that, we were told they take walk-ins but after waiting for an hour we did not see one walk in seated. In fact, we had a 2 1/2 hour wait before we...More
We had the best pizza ever at RubiRosa.
I started off with the Mini Rice Balls and my partner had the Roasted Octopus. Both of which were lovely.
And then the pizza came out! It was huuuuuuge!! We had half and half. I chose the...More
This was recommended by a friend so upon visiting NYC we had to visit. Having walked through Chinatown and most of Little Italy on a freezing cold Sun afternoon, it was a welcome sight. The restaurant was packed! We hadn't booked but were so lucky...More
We dined here without a reservation around brunch time on a Sunday. It was busy, but they were able to seat us right away. We ordered the pepperoni pizza. It was fantastic! The mimosa wasn’t bad either.
As usual RubiRosa is a place where you can share pizzas, salads and pasta with a few quiet drinks.
Great atmosphere and helpful staff.
A must if you’re in NYC.... definitely worth coming out of your way to experience the pizzas and pastas.
Ate here on a Tuesday evening at 6:30pm and the place was *PACKED* -- we ended up waiting almost 90 minutes. It was worth it (although 90 minutes is a long time, just saying). Typical NY thin crust pizza, very well done, all the ingredients...More
I did lots of research on GF options in NYC. Rubrirosa is a small place but this makes for a really cosy atmosphere . The pizza was just fabulous ,my husband had the Tiramisu and it looked amazing ,he said it tasted as good as...More
Despite being just off of busy Houston Street, Nolita maintains a low-key vibe that makes it a pleasant retreat in the heart of lower Manhattan. Short for “North of Little Italy,” Nolita was once considered to be part of Little Italy. Today, the neighborhood is popular with young fashionistas popping in and out of the chic independent boutiques that line Mulberry, Mott and Elizabeth Streets. In addition to shopping,
there are cozy restaurants and sidewalk cafes serving everything from new-school Italian food to the world-famous cronuts. While small in size (Nolita stretches just a few blocks in each direction), it’s a great neighborhood to spend an afternoon people watching, window-shopping, and grabbing a bite to eat.