Little Nonna’s–Valerie Safran and Marcie Turney‘s Midtown Village ode to the classic red sauce neighborhood Italian ristorante–is scheduled to open the doors this August. But because they’re smart, they’ve been teasing us all throughout the construction and testing process with photos and stories about how things are coming together.
Now, though, they’ve gone one step further. They’ve produced a nice little video which gives a feel for the place, the food, the drinks and, most important, the vibe of their little 37-seater.
Think of it like a trailer–a preview of what’s to come. And tell me that watching it doesn’t make you crave a bottle of lambrusco, a plate of spaghetti and a warm evening to spend with them.
Little Nonna’s preview video, right this way
Little Nonna’s, the Italian restaurant by Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran is aiming to open in late July. Here’s a snap of the kitchen, subway tiles, pots, pans and some vintage market finds they’ve already picked up.
So we’ve been wondering for a while now what, exactly, Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran were going to do with the space-formerly-known-as-Fish at 1234 Locust Street. We knew they’d taken the address to add to their already significant 13th Street holdings. We knew that work there had already begun, and that a lot of it was focusing around the kitchen area. But what we didn’t know was what, exactly, the to of them had planned for the space.
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