As we noted in January, the owners were on the CB3-SLA docket for a new liquor license for this space.
The 17-year-old Italian restaurant lost its home during the devastating fire on the southeast corner of Second Avenue and Seventh Street in December 2020.
Via Della Pace had been closed since the previous fire on Feb. 10, 2020. At the time, the owners were unsure if they would ever reopen on Seventh Street. The fire last Dec. 5 took care of that, as workers had to demolish the five-floor building. (Giovanni Bartocci, the restaurant's co-owner and chef, was able to salvage the Via Della Pace sign, per an Instagram post.)
No word on a possible opening date.
This part of the storefront at 87 E. Fourth St. has been vacant since Cucina di Pesce closed in September 2018.
Yes!!! Fantastic news, really been missing them.
EV revivals are the bessssst
Welcome back!! Great news, this is one of the best comeback stories of the pandemic (starting your pandemic with a fire is just cruel). Looking forward to a glass of wine soon!
Love always win!! ❤️❤️🙏🏻🙏🏻
any update on an opening? I'll be in the city in November and would love to come see the new space!
When do you open ?
Giovanni it’s such great news that you reopened!!! I’m sure you will succeed even more so in your new location, as good food, good atmosphere and yours and Marco’s warm and welcoming demeanor will shine through!! I hope to see you next time I’m in the city
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