Tomasso Conte grew up learning from his grandparents just how the ancient people of the Abruzzo mountains in Italy used to make everything themselves, from growing vegetables, jarring sauces, making wines, curing meats, and a whole lot more. Today, he’s applied these principles in his street food and D’Abruzzo is one of New York City’s most in-demand pop up stalls.
From traditional arrosticini (grilled lamb skewers) to pizzelle paninos (Italian waffle cookies) D’Abruzzo has a ton of tasty things to get down on. Lamb Sammies, handmade pastas, and cream puffs are all options, too, so what are you waiting for? Find D'Abruzzo in New York, or have 'em out to cater your next event.
Fiadoni — Their signature baked ravioli is filled with house made cow's milk cheese, aged pecorino, and fresh parmigiano
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