Raffaello: New Kosher Pizza in Midtown, NYC


Last updated: November 14, 2013

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Raffaello-Kosher-PizzaWe would like to formally introduce Raffaello Pizza, the new kid on the block (46th between 5th and 6th to be exact), to the Kosher NYC pizza scene! Jerusalem Cafe and Bravo Pizza are no longer the only options for pizza-seeking Kosher keepers in Midtown, NYC! Raffaello is unique in that it’s serving only authentic Italian pizza and dishes. (The nice owner assured us he will not serve sushi later in the future).

Raffaello offers over 30 varieties of rectangular pizza, each baked in their own tray with a variety of toppings, in addition to freshly baked pasta, paninis, authentic calzones, and foccacia sandwiches.

The store has plenty of seating and offers catering around Manhattan, and will soon offer local delivery.

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They are open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner (Sun: 12-7pm) (M-Th: 10-7pm) (Fri: 10-3pm) and are open on Motzei Shabbat starting at 7pm until midnight during the winter months. Perfect for a meal before your Broadway show or after your shopping trip to the Diamond District around the corner.

Raffaello is under the hashgacha of the OK and is Cholov Yisroel.

CLICK HERE for their Menu

 

FYI – Raffaello also happens to be the owner of one of a world famous kosher restaurant in the Jewish ghetto in Rome.

 

 


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  • LilMissCakes

    Love having delicious pizza options around NYC!

  • Sarah Klinkowitz

    Sounds like it will be a delish option!

  • Michael

    Its the worst experience I had in a pizzeria in Manhattan, I absolutely dont reccomend it to nobody. Pizza is not good, burned and very thin, expensive and very small slices at all. I found hair in my pizza.The staff Was rude and not helpful, I remember a guy with bracelets used to be rude and silly he did not answer to my requests. The pizza guys were not speaking english and they were laughing while I Was asking some infos…salads are expensive even the sandwiches and also not fresh…pasta and lasagna are not fresh either they make them the day before….its a waste of money…really go to other kosher places in the neighboorhood

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