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Award-winning wines

More than any other restaurant in the world, San Pietro is the global "bank" of southern Italian wines, especially those from Campania, Sicilia, Sardinia and Puglia.

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The most prestigious wines

Our cellars are stocked with the most prestigious wines in the world, and we are proud to serve our patrons the most comprehensive selection of southern Italian wines available, including grapes of antiquity like Aglianico.

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Landmark restaurant in Manhattan

San Pietro is the award-winning, landmark restaurant in Manhattan that is renowned for the healthy, vivacious cuisine of the Amalfi Coast in southern Italy.

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Alitalia is my marketing agent

Antonio Bruno, San Pietro's executive chef, imports 85 percent of his ingredients from southern Italy, which makes San Pietro's menu authentic and quite special. ("Alitalia is my marketing agent," he says with a grin.)

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Exceptional food

The bounty of a southern Italian fall is unforgettable; the delectable dishes of Salerno warm a stomach during this time of cooler temperatures and shorter days.

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Mediterranean diet

Of course, we can't forget the health benefits of a Mediterranean diet, rich in vitamins and low in cholesterol, with plenty of fish and fresh vegetables. No wonder southern Italians enjoy the highest longevity rates in the world, next to the Japanese!

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The most atmosphere

San Pietro’s dining room has been described, by the New York Post, as “the dining room in New York with the most atmosphere” .

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The highest service standards

San Pietro's elite corporate clientele attests on a daily basis to the warmly European values and sensibilities that San Pietro team continuously brings to its restaurant: a celebration of the simple, unadorned treasures of nature, maintaining the highest service standards possible, and treating guests like family.

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Awarded restaurant

In an age of fusion cuisine, Gerardo Bruno, owner of San Pietro, imports close to 85 percent of ingredients from provinces of Campania, Sicilia, Sardinia and Puglia. That is why the Italian government, culinary organizations and media have awarded San Pietro as "The best Italian restaurant outside of Italy."