Hot Spot: Via Quadronno - NY

Localizado no Upper East Side de Manhattan, em Nova York, o Via Quadronno, é um restaurante e paninoteca, recentemente classificado como excelente no Guia do 2009/2010 New York Zagat.

O ambiente acolhedor é convidativo e cultiva tradições milanesas. No cardápio, os paninis são os hits. O de bresola com palmito é imperdível! Hummmm... Aconselho provar, também, o famoso tiramissú da casa.

O nome da Via Quadronno vem de uma pequena rua de Porta Romana, distrito no norte de Milão. Para os moradores do local, o nome traz de volta memórias do final dos anos 1960, quando o padeiro Guiseppe Tusi produzia paninis especiais no "Bar Quadronno". Eles viraram sensação e levaram ao espaço clientes de alto nível.

Em 1983, Giuseppe Tusi deixou Bar Quadronno e abriu sua própria paninoteca, chamada "Bar Crocetta", no Largo della Crocetta. Em 1999, ele embarcou para os Estados Unidos e, como consultor, ajudou a dar início ao Via Quadronno, em Nova York. 

Via Quadronno
25 East 73rd. Street
Phone: 212.650.9880
www.viaquadronno.com

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Located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, Via Quadronno, a restaurant and paninoteca, was recently rated Excellent in the 2009/2010 New York Zagat’s Guide. It is the perfect stop after a visit to one of your favorite museums or on the way home from a long day. With our warm and inviting atmosphere, you will find people standing at the coffee bar sipping espresso while crusty Paninis topped with cheeses, truffles, and high quality cured meats, are made to order in our tiny kitchen. Steeped in Milanese traditions, Via Quadronno is famous for not only our mouth watering Paninis, but also for our unforgettable cappuccinos and scrumptious homemade pastries. One visit to Via Quadronno is all it takes to determine why it has become a New York’s dining critics’ favorite.

The name of VIA QUADRONNO comes from a little street in the Porta Romana District in northern Italian City of Milano. For locals, the name brings back memories of legendary proportions because in the late sixties some “very special” paninis were being prepared by a young former baker named Guiseppe Tusi at the “Bar Quadronno”. These paninis became such a sensation that even the most upscale clientele, including glamorous regulars from Galleria del Duomo and San Babila, could not resist visiting.

In 1983, Giuseppe Tusi left Bar Quadronno and opened his own paninoteca named “Bar Crocetta”, located in Largo della Crocetta. The then quite established Giuseppe Tusi came with us to America in 1999, as a consultant, to help start Via Quadronno in NYC. The rest is history.