Popular Soho Pizzeria Expanding to UWS

  Last modified on October 8th, 2021

A popular Soho pizza place, Song’ E Napule, is expanding to the Upper West Side with an upcoming location at 464 Amsterdam Avenue, between 82nd and 83rd Streets. (Thanks to ‘Upper West Sider’ for the tip).

The last tenant to occupy this space was Mokum, which opened in late 2018 and and announced it would be closing in August 2020.

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Song’ E Napule’s chef is Ciro Iovine, who has been a pizza chef since he was 13 years old. Ciro’s wife, Austria Maldonado, is the CEO. The husband and wife co-owners opened their restaurant at 164 West Houston Street in 2015.

“From traditional brick oven pizzas to homemade gnocchi to hearty pastas, every dish is made with care for our customers to savor,” reads the restaurant’s Facebook page.

Song’ E Napule has become a popular NYC destination for its Neapolitan pizza; the menu states that their “pizzas [are] always are made with fresh products and imported from Italy.”

Song' E Napule

Tartufata (Truffle cream, mozzarella (fiordilatte di agerola), prosciutto di parma 24 months cured and truffle oil). Photo by @signormarcolino

Song' E Napule UWS

Diavola (Tomato sauce (san Marzano DOP eccellenze nolane), mozzarella (fiordilatte di agerola), spicy imported salame from Napoli, basil and extra Virgin olive oil). Photo by @lyssyinthecity.eats

PROSCIUTTO E FUNGHI

Prosciutto E Funghi (tomato sauce, mozzarella, prosciutto cotto, mushrooms, basil and extra virgin olive oil). Photo by @manhattans_finest

The menu also features antipasti including eggplant parmigiana, burrata, homemade meatballs and caprese salad; deep fried pizza and calzones; pastas and two chicken entrees; and a generous dessert menu with options including tiramisu, “deep fried pizza dough balls with sugar topped with warm Nutella,” gelatos and cannolis.

Learn more at songenapule.nyc.




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