Chef Diego finished culinary school in his native region of Emilia-Romagna, and worked several years in his hometown of Riccione, where he refined his passion for authentic and traditional Northern Italian cuisine. From Italy, he moved first to Paris, working at the acclaimed Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athenée, and then on to New York City where he’s spent a decade evolving his own personal style.In 2020, his dream of establishing his own restaurant has finally come true.
Deeply influenced by his grandmother, Nonna Maria Delbianco (the restaurant’s namesake), the menu represents a return to Diego’s culinary roots. You will find traditional northern Italian fare – grilled meats and vegetables, hearty soups, and fresh pasta – with specialties from the Emilia-Romagna region, including the chef’s own Delbianco family recipes – as well as offering an extensive list of award-winning wines.
Located in midtown, a stone’s throw from Manhattan’s most fashionable shopping and theater districts, this charming Italian gem is ready to welcome you for lunch and dinner seven days a week.
Osteria is located in midtown, a stone’s throw from Manhattan’s most fashionable shopping and theater districts.
Location22 E 49th Street
New York City, NY 10017Open in Google Maps