Inspired by the simplicity of Neapolitan cuisine, Olio é Piu and Chef Pedro Cruz bring Italian tradition to the vibrant intersection where Sixth and Greenwich avenues meet Christopher Street. First opened in the summer of 2010, the 74-seat restaurant fronted with a 45-seat open patio surrounded by flowers and greenery, overlooking the magnificent Jefferson Market Library. Olio é Piu offers a true sense of Mediterranean liveliness in the heart of Greenwich Village.
As an authentic trattoria, its cuisine is based on classic Italian dishes, with a focus on house-made pastas, hand-stretched pizza, and entrees like Branzino and Steak Fiorentina. The open dining area, traditional wood-fired oven, rustic interior, thin-crust Neapolitan-style pizza, and carefully selected wine and cocktail list bring a piece of old world Italy to a renowned corner in the Village.