On a recent trip to NYC, my husband and I had the pleasure of dining at Risotteria in Greenwich Village. Risotteria is a fantastic find for anyone with dietary restrictions, be they voluntary or required by a medical condition. The serve basically 3 types of foods–pizza, paninis and risotto. I had a risotto made with a vegetarian stock and it was fabulous. My husband had a pizza and also found it delicious. Their menu simply buy clearly denotes foods that are vegetarian, non-vegetarian, gluten-free and dairy-free. We didn’t try the gluten-free pizza, but if it was anything like the gluten-free breadsticks that started the mean, I’m sure it is the best gluten-free pizza you’ll ever have.
The kitchen takes all the proper precautions to keep your food from being contaminated with whatever it is you can’t have in your diet, so people on restricted diets can happily and healthily eat here. One drawback is that the place is tiny. The tables are pretty much right on top of each other, so you’re either going to be annoyed with the people dining next to you, or you might end up striking up a fun conversation, which is what we did!
The restaurant is on Bleeker St., which is great for a stroll in Greenwich Village. I suspect we’ll go to this restaurant every time we go to NYC.