Grotta Azzurra

177 Mulberry Street
Founded in 1908 by the Davino family Grotta Azzurra was named for the blue grotto on the isle of Capri and designed to evoke the beauty of one of the worlds most famous caves in the world, intensified. Enrico Caruso feasted here after performances, a... more
Founded in 1908 by the Davino family Grotta Azzurra was named for the blue grotto on the isle of Capri and designed to evoke the beauty of one of the worlds most famous caves in the world, intensified. Enrico Caruso feasted here after performances, and Sinatra called it his one and only favorite Italian restaurant, making it the site of many a "Rat Pack" evening.

Shuttered for six years, Grotta Azzurra has now been stunningly renovated and rebirthed by a descendant renaissance for dining in Little Italy, with multi-talented chef Frank Castellana recreating the finest in Italian Cuisine.

Drag the street view to look around 360°.
Use the arrow buttons to navigate down the street and around the neighborhood!

Info

177 Mulberry Street
New York, NY 10013
(212) 925-8775
Website

Editorial Rating

Category

Italian

Price

$$$$$

Ambience

Business Casual
Casual

Payment

All Major

This Week's Hours

BREAKFAST
Daily: 7:00am-11:00am

LUNCH
Daily: 11:00am-4:00pm

DINNER
Mon-Thu: 4:00pm-11:00pm
Fri-Sun: 4:00pm-12:00am

@GrottaAzzurrany

…did you know rollatini is not an actual Italian word, in Italy the dish is known as involtini, and now it’s back i…
https://t.co/DJvTVzbafS June 10

Beware if you sell your e-gift card on @Square People are buying gift cards with stolen identity on Square's websi…
https://t.co/5KIprNN8Of March 04

view all

Other Italian Restaurants

Il Bastardo

Like its older relative next door, Sette VII, Il Bastardo specializes in Italian... view

Vapiano

Defining the future of fresh casual - a new and refreshing niche in the restaura... view

Pietrasanta

Homemade pastas, bread, and desserts, all local to the Theater District. view