New Neighbor: Erbaluce
We’re pleased to welcome Erbaluce, the new Italian restaurant to the neighborhood at 46 West 22nd Street. Founded by restaurateurs and entrepreneurs Marco Britti and Andreea Milgram of Calle Dao and Mareluna, Erbaluce offers an innovative take on Italian crowd favorites and multi-regional dishes.
“We are excited to venture out to a new neighborhood,” says the Erbaluce team. “We think the area is very well diverse with lots of great businesses across art, fashion, and beauty in addition to beautiful buildings and residences.”
Chef Nick Anson, formerly of Nomad and Spring in Los Angeles, and current Executive Chef at Mareluna, Favela Cubana, and Calle Dao has curated Erbaluce’s menus that focus on local meat and game offerings. Start your meal with flavor-rich appetizers such as, Crocchette di Parmigiana made with slow roasted-eggplant, San Marzano tomatoes, parmesan espuma, and basil, or Grilled Ox Tongue Bruschetta featuring Arrabiata, salsa verde, herb medley, and pickled shallot. For a second course, choose from a variety of delicious pastas, including Roasted Bone Marrow Ragu with cheese stuffed gnocchi, Pomodoro Fresco with bronze cut spaghetti, or Braised Wild Boar with rigatoni. Order a main dish from Grilled Black Sea Bass with crispy fingerling potatoes and prosciutto to Chef Anson’s favorite, Venison Ossobuco with roasted venison shanks and seasonal vegetables.
Additionally, Erbaluce offers brunch including appetizers, sandwiches, pastas, and mains. Highlights feature a Market Vegetable Frittata, Panettone French Toast, and Bistecca all’Uovo. Make your brunch bottomless for $29.99 for 60 minutes with the purchase of an entrée. Drink options include Bellini, Mimosa, Spritz, Italian Sangria, Margarita, House Wines, and Peroni.
Complement your meal with drink selections crafted by Joy Daniel, veteran mixologist. Highlighted specialty cocktails include the Forza made with tequila, Amaro d’Erbe, rosemary, and black mission figs and Impatto with bourbon, linden flower, sage, and blackberry. Also, choose from a range of Italian beers, red & white wines, and digestivi. Save room for dessert and try a classic Tiramisu or Lavender & Citrus Semifreddo.
Head to Erbaluce for your next lunch, dinner, or weekend brunch!
Erbaluce is open for lunch Wednesday through Friday from 12 pm – 4 pm, dinner Wednesday through Sunday from 5 pm – 11 pm, and brunch Saturday through Sunday from 11 am – 4 pm. Reserve your table.
Erbaluce, 46 West 22nd Street, @erbalucenyc