Founded by Italian entrepreneur Pietro Quaglia, Pietro Nolita is an Italian eatery offering healthy versions of Italian mainstays. Inspired by the cooking of his mother back home in Milan, its menu includes a “secret family recipe” for pasta alla carbonara, with only a little butter and no cream, and branzino with pink peppercorn and lemon zest.
Affectionately marketed as "pink as f#$%," Pietro Nolita's is hard to miss. Celebrated Swedish restaurant designer, Ms. Jeanette Dalrot chose a bubble gum pink theme meets 1950’s diner, with accents including mirrors, neon lights, and retro starbursts. Each piece of furniture was custom made to accommodate the cozy 1,000 square foot space, including an architecturally impressive zigzagging leather banquette.
Pietro Nolita is shaping up to be another landmark in Lower Manhattan, whose investment has completely revitalized the sleepy Elizabeth Street location. Check out Pietro Nolitas online and make sure to stop in for some healthy and hearty Italian cuisine. Buon appetito!
Investors in the restaurant, bar, and hospitality sectors face unique challenges in obtaining E-2 Treaty Investor Visas. The Law Office of Katia Leiselsen has assisted many businesses of all sizes within this field in obtaining investor visas and we are knowledgeable of the requirements specific U.S. embassies place on them. Other visas, such H-1B specialty occupation visas and green cards for owners and their employees, may be available as well, and we will thoroughly examine your eligibility based on the company, foreign national's position, and long-term goals.