There’s big news for fans of Prosciutto di San Daniele and Parma Ham in the Big Apple, and indeed for all New Yorkers who love Italy’s much sought-after dry-cured hams. MA&GIA – osteria italiana opened in New York in December.
Situated opposite the Flat Iron Building, at No 1 Madison Avenue, MA&GIA is the perfect place for savouring the best Italian dry-cured hams washed down with fine wine chosen from the extensive wine list. The restaurant extends across 250 metres, designed with meticulous attention to detail by the Italian architectural firm BAM STUDIO. It offers New Yorkers the quality and atmosphere of a contemporary, typically Italian osteria, at a reasonable price.
Gourmets will be able to rediscover the genuine taste of Prosciutto di San Daniele aged for different periods of time and the delicate flavour of Parma Ham, as well as to savour the rosemary, truffle and smoked flavours of the cooked hams.
These and other Italian specialities, including typical cold meats such as mortadella and bresaola and tasty cheeses including Grana Padano, Burrata and other regional cheeses, can be enjoyed together with a full-bodied Cabernet for example, or maybe an intense Merlot, or a velvety Nebbiolo or a pleasant Chardonnay from Italian and American estates owned by the best wineries.
Don’t miss out… and don’t let even a slice go to waste!
27 East 23rd Street New York