Eat and Drink New York restaurants raise money for Italy earthquake relief Amatriciana pasta will be available at Ribalta through September. Photo Credit: Ribalta By Dana Reszutek firstname.lastname@example.org Updated August 26, 2016 6:24 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Italian restaurants in New York City are serving up pasta to raise money for earthquake relief. After the natural disaster that devastated parts of Italy, various Italian restaurants around the city are serving Amatriciana pasta, a local dish from Amatrice, an Italian town nearly flattened during the 6.2 magnitude earthquake early Wednesday. Proceeds from this dish will go to charities to benefit earthquake relief. Rosario Porcine and Pasquale Cozzolino are giving back to their homeland with a special dish at their Union Square restaurant, Ribalta.The eatery, at 48 E. 12th St. in Manhattan, is serving their version of the pasta dish, consisting of a tomato sauce made with pancetta and onion served over bucatini pasta. Diners can purchase the pasta dish through September for $12, and $4 from each plate served will go toward earthquake relief. ViceVersa, in midtown, is donating $2 from their version of Amatriciana pasta. According to The New York Times, Barbetta Restaurant in the Theater District will donate 10 percent of sales for the next two months to the Italian Red Cross. Even more Italian restaurants in New York are serving dishes and donating to charities benefiting the earthquake, including: Rafele Aita Restaurant Al Vicoletto Tutti Matti Ristorante Italiano e Pizza Don Antonio Pizzeria Keste Pizzeria La Masseria La Masseria Dei Vini Dal Silvano Gradisca Brioso Pizza Arte Trattoria Il Mulino Angelina's Ristorante Marco Polo Ristorante Luna Rossa Ristorante Luzzo's Pizza By Dana Reszutek email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.