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Via Quadronno 73rd Street

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Via Quadronno 73rd Street
Venue says Temporarily closed for business. You may have seen us on Martha Stewart TV + Gossip Girl! Famous for our Milan-style cappuccinos and Paninis

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Located just off Central Park at Madison Ave and 73rd Street, Via Quadronno has a menu extensive enough to interest both tourists and locals. In the morning, you might pop by for one of the adorably decorated cappuccinos and a chocolate croissant. Around midday, opt for a panini (their speciality), such as the ‘san babila’ (ham, brie, fontina and pate) and the ‘tentazione’ (prosciutto, shrimp, mozzarella and pink sauce) for $13.50. Prefer something lighter? Grab a fresh di capri salad ($18.50)

For dinner, there’s everything from filet mignon carpaccio ($25) to spaghetti carbonara ($26.50) to veal medallions in white wine sauce ($40.50) to choose from. No matter the meal, you might want to save some room for the tiramisu ($11.50) or a few macarons ($2.50 each)—you know, just in case.

Via Quadronno 73rd Street says
Located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, Via Quadronno, a restaurant and paninoteca, is the perfect stop after a visit to one of your favorite museums or on the way home from a long day.

With our warm and inviting atmosphere, you will find people standing at the coffee bar sipping espresso while crusty Paninis topped with cheeses, truffles, and high quality cured meats, are made to order in our tiny kitchen.

Steeped in Milanese traditions, Via Quadronno is famous for not only our mouth watering Paninis, but also for our unforgettable cappuccinos and scrumptious homemade pastries. One visit to Via Quadronno is all it takes to determine why it has become a New York’s dining critics’ favorite.

Offering a full dining menu, as well as an impressively large selection of made to order Paninis, Via Quadronno has something for everyone. Paninis are served semplici – composed of a single ingredient on freshly baked bread, as open-faced sandwiches, or alla Milanese with several ingredients. You can also sample Via Quadronno’s standout Lasagna Bolognese, our home-style rendition of classic meat lasagna, originally from Bologna. Make sure to soak it up with our freshly baked garlic bread. For the piece de resistance, try a delectable treat from our menu of homemade pastries or our famous Tiramisu di San Dona – all made by our exclusive pastry chef, Guillermo Zorilla.

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Address: 25 East 73rd Street
New York
Transport: Subway - 4,5,6 to 68th & 77th; Q to 72nd
Price: Average Meal: $15
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8am - 10pm; Sat 9am-10pm; Sun 10am-10pm
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