New York is a world of its own and therefore there is no shortage of gastronomic options. On each street we find a new restaurant, on each neighborhood we taste a different culture. Pasquale Jones allows us to make a trip to Italy.
In Nolita, this is a place for true pasta lovers and, with a cozy and elegant atmosphere, perfectly aligned tables and big ovens, Pasquale Jones combines rich European gastronomy with the cosmopolitan atmosphere of the City that Never Sleeps and invites us to ask for various different dishes and share them with whoever’s accompanying us.
All ingredients are meticulously picked and it’s not by chance that Pasquale Jones is one of the most famous restaurants right now. The menu is not very extensive but all dishes are memorable and delicious, from the appetizers to the salads and typically Italian pastas (the real queens of the place).
We particularly recommend the fennel salad and the littleneck clam pizza but we know that, whatever choice you make, you’ll leave this restaurant satisfied and eager to return.
Cool Tip: Make your reservation online – Pasquale Jones doesn’t have a phone number! – because otherwise you’ll have trouble getting a table. If you can’t make a reservation, it’s recommended that you arrive very early (or very late).