FOOD & WINE: 10 Corso Como New York (5.20.19)
10 Corso Como New York, Carla Sozzani's original luxury concept fashion store at the Seaport District, features 10 Corso Como Restaurant & Café, an Italian restaurant serving dinner and lunch 7 days a week. We spoke with Jordan Frosolone, Executive Chef, to learn more about what you can expect this summer…
Tell us about 10 Corso Como...
10 Corso Como Restaurant & Café is founder Carla Sozzani’s sixth location, located at 200 Front Street in the Seaport District. 10 Corso Como is a curated, experiential boutique-meets-dining destination and a unique addition to New York City. Led by Executive Chef Jordan Frosolone, 10 Corso Como Restaurant & Café’s ingredient-driven menu highlights the freshness of top-quality seafood, meat, and produce, sourced from Italy where possible. 10 Corso Como channels a distinctly Italian spirit which combines art, fashion, design and delicious Italian cuisine to provide visitors with a unique and engaging experience
What makes 10 Corso Como so unique?
With renowned Chef Jordan Frosolone at the helm, 10 Corso Como offers an ever-changing seasonal menu and pays respect to the simplicity of the Italian kitchen, where the ingredients are at the forefront and the preparation is uncomplicated. 10 Corso Como’s menu features a selection of straightforward and sophisticated dishes, along with an extensive wine and cocktail program, showcasing over 100 Italian, French and local wines from smaller, boutique vineyards. The uniqueness of the restaurant does not stop at its dishes, for the sleek interior is filled with hand-painted tabletops, intricate wall art, translucent light fixtures and ornate tiling all crafted by American artist Kris Ruhs.
How has 10 Corso Como evolved since opening at the Seaport?
The menu has gone through a complete overhaul and has become a great representation of our approach to the sensibilities and philosophies of Italian cooking.
What should locals know about 10 Corso Como?
Locals should be made aware that 10 Corso Como offers a menu and experience unlike anything you will find in New York City; the unique fashion, design, and cuisine blend allows you to escape the city and feel like a true Italian. Chef Jordan’s dishes derive from recipes commonly found throughout Italian cooking hundreds of years ago, but may no longer be showcased in typical menus today.
What's new to 10 Corso Como this summer?
The outdoor seating is back and has been expanded.
What are your go-to dishes at 10 Corso Como?
Insalata Primavera, Stigghiola di Pancetta ,Pasta Cacio e Pepe, Pasta alla Norma and Tiramisu.