Endless slices of Neapolitan pies are forecasted for the West Village.
Italian-import Rossopomodoro (118 Greenwich Ave.) is celebrating their one-year anniversary in New York with a tradition known as “Pizza a Giro.” Literally translating to a round of pizza, this celebration best translates to New Yorkers as “Bottomless Pizza.”
Think brunch, but cheesier and with fewer mimosas.
From Dec. 13 through Dec. 24, Rosso will be offering as many wood-fired as you can eat for $20/person.
The rules: Everyone at the table must order the same pie, finish every slice and then can place an order for their next pizza.
Usually priced at $10-16, Rosso’s menu includes both red and white pies:
— Marinara with tomato, garlic and oregano
— La Verace with mozzarella di bufala, DOP evoo and basil
— Margherita with mozzarella, basil and San Marzano tomatoes
— Indiavolata with Neapolitan spicy salami and mozzarella
— Capricciosa with mozzarella, mushroom, ham, artichoke and olive
— Quattro Formaggi with gorgonzola, pecorino, parmigiano and taleggio
— Ventura with mozzarella, arugula and prosciutto di Parma
— Broccolettea with brussels sprouts, guanciale and fondutta
— Friarella with sausage, rapini and mozzarella
— Zi’ Nicola with ricotta, sopressata and mozzarella
Break out your eating pants, this is one stress-free holiday feast you don’t want to miss.