ABOUT

This new Italian eatery features a casual homey décor and cozy setting that sits 75 and is located in Union Square in Manhattan. The name Pasta Eater is a straight forward recall to the fact that the restaurant strictly serves authentic Italian, freshly-made pasta on the spot or to-go, as well as other genuine products such as focaccia, salads and earth and sea antipasti all made fresh on the premises. The drink menu offers wines from Italy, a full cocktail bar, as well as imported beers.

Pasta Eater is owned and headed by Chef Giusto Priola. Giusto started his career as a restaurateur with the opening of the wildly successful “Cacio e Pepe”, he was the first to bring the renowned Cacio e Pepe pasta to the NYC tables. The restaurant is located in the heart of Union Square and its secret weapon is its all-freshly-made pasta menu: a pasta maker will be continuously rolling their pin throughout the day in front of the restaurant’s guests.

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ABOUT

This new Italian eatery features a casual homey décor and cozy setting that sits 75 and is located in Union Square in Manhattan. The name Pasta Eater is a straight forward recall to the fact that the restaurant strictly serves authentic Italian, freshly-made pasta on the spot or to-go, as well as other genuine products such as focaccia, salads and earth and sea antipasti all made fresh on the premises. The drink menu offers wines from Italy, a full cocktail bar, as well as imported beers.

Pasta Eater is owned and headed by Chef Giusto Priola. Giusto started his career as a restaurateur with the opening of the wildly successful “Cacio e Pepe”, he was the first to bring the renowned Cacio e Pepe pasta to the NYC tables. The restaurant is located in the heart of Union Square and its secret weapon is its all-freshly-made pasta menu: a pasta maker will be continuously rolling their pin throughout the day in front of the restaurant’s guests.

Giusto Priola

Founder & Owner

Historical Italian culinary pasta traditions have been finally brought to New York City by Chef Giusto Priola, who started his career as a restaurateur with the opening of the wildly successful “Cacio e Pepe” (2004).

He was the first to bring the renowned Cacio e Pepe pasta to the NYC tables. He later opened highly acclaimed restaurant “Cacio e Vino” (2006) which became the emblem of Sicilian Cuisine in NYC. Giusto boasts a 20 year experience in the food business, which has led him to stand out as both an Italian culinary pioneer.

Giusto Priola

Founder & Owner

Historical Italian culinary pasta traditions have been finally brought to New York City by Chef Giusto Priola, who started his career as a restaurateur with the opening of the wildly successful “Cacio e Pepe” (2004).

He was the first to bring the renowned Cacio e Pepe pasta to the NYC tables. He later opened highly acclaimed restaurant “Cacio e Vino” (2006) which became the emblem of Sicilian Cuisine in NYC. Giusto boasts a 20 year experience in the food business, which has led him to stand out as both an Italian culinary pioneer.

Luigi Cetrulo

Pasta Chef

Chef Luigi was born in Foggia (Apulia) and was immersed in the pasta tradition from a very early age, when on Sunday he would help his mother, Antonietta, cook the Sunday “sauce” that would accompany an all pasta lunch for the family.

He soon worked as a chef for the best
hotels and restaurants in Italy, Switzerland and NYC where he moved in 2013. The Pasta Eater concept was born when he began working with Giusto in 2017.

Luigi Cetrulo

Pasta Chef

Chef Luigi was born in Foggia (Apulia) and was immersed in the pasta tradition from a very early age, when on Sunday he would help his mother, Antonietta, cook the Sunday “sauce” that would accompany an all pasta lunch for the family.

He soon worked as a chef for the best
hotels and restaurants in Italy, Switzerland and NYC where he moved in 2013. The Pasta Eater concept was born when he began working with Giusto in 2017.

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