|Current owner(s)||Luigi Porceddu (partner); Rolando Biamonte (co-owner and founder|
|Street address||1431 First Avenue (between East 74th Street and East 75th Street), on the Upper East Side in Manhattan|
|City||New York City|
|Other locations||28 Carmine Street in the West Village; Numero 28 Pizzeria Napoletana in the East Village (176 Second Avenue; between East 11th and 12th Streets); Numero 28 Pizzeria Romana in Soho (196 Spring Street)|
The menu includes round and square Neapolitan-style red and white pizza in three sizes, gluten-free pies, and a trattoria menu of antipasti, parmigiana di melanzane, bruschetta, salads, gnocchi, traditional house-made pastas, negronis, and americanos. The chef is Ramon Duran, who worked for 40 years at the now-closed Gino’s near Bloomingdales.
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