The cuisine at Lucciola revolves around a single, unifying concept:
Lucciola is the ideal backdrop for an Italian escape for city dwellers who are staying in New York City. A mix of contemporary and traditional recipes paired with a wide selection of an exclusive wine list. Our menu features seasonal specials made with locally procured ingredients, as well as the popular selection of seafood, the most popular cuts of meat and authentic and traditional Italian cuisine for every occasion. Michele Casadei Massari and Alberto Ghezzi founded the company. Lucciola pays tribute to Bologna, mainly for its cuisine and amazing cinematic history. Together, they worked to bring this city to life all the way across the world in New York City. Pupi Avati directed the film “Festa di Laurea” which inspired Lucciola’s food, atmosphere, overall concept, and overall design. The restaurant reflects the romantic and nostalgic mood of Bologna Avati portrays in the film, particularly his courtyard scene where the simple illumination was reminiscent fireflies. Lucciola is located at 621 Amsterdam Ave (corner of 90th), down the street from Central Park, one of the best firefly locations in New York City.
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