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Risotteria Gluten Free Tuesdays

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I got this e-mail from Risoteria in NYC, if anyone hasn't heard about it, it is the most amazing gluten-free restaruant. gluten-free pizzas, paninnis, risotto, and much much more. This is the e-mail I got:

Happy New Year and thank you for your continued support.

Greetings from the west village.

After two years of searching for the perfect pasta I finally found it.

Right in my own back yard, it's an Italian import.

So with great enthusiasm

we are proud to present ..........

The Tuesday all day Italian Gluten Free Food Festival....(say it 3x fast)

Every Tuesday were having a party and your invited.

A Gluten free Italian pasta & pizza party.

See attached menu.

Seating is limited, so get here early or late to beat the crunch.

For your convenience we will serve this special menu from noon- 11pm every Tuesday.

We have been busy lately introducing a bunch of new gluten-free stuff.

Cheesecakes, carrot cake, croutons and breadcrumbs are just a few.

We're still hand crafting your favorite fruit pies, cookies, brownies, breadsticks and

fudgies to enjoy at the restaurant or for take-out freshly baked or fresh

frozen & oven ready .

For more info see www.risotteria.com or give us a call @

the restaurant 11am-11pm @ 212 .924. 6664.....Joe

Gluten Free Tuesdays @ Risotteria featuring:

Pasta

Pizza

Salad

Beer

Breadsticks

Cheesecake

Real Italian Food, Gluten Free

another risotteria "in house" production

Oh, and send me an e-mail if you want me to forward you the menu, it is a PDF.

celiacmolly08@mac.com

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Thanks--that sounds great! My husband and I haven't been to NYC in quite a while--when we do go, Risotteria is definately on our list of places to go. Plus, I love the theatre, and it's been too long since we've been to a show :D .

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Thanks, I just sent you an email for the PDF.

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That is awesome! Now I have to get over there.

For some bizarre reason I still haven't eaten at Risoteria! I have a non-celiac friend (he loves Risotto!) who is always offering to take me and we just never get it together!

Just think: if this Tuesday evening turns out to be profitable for them, maybe other NYC restaurants will notice and have similar gluten-free nights! Wouldn't that be genius?

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NO WAY, stop...just when i thought risotteria could not make me any happier.... Penne Bolognese? Spaghetti w/ Meatballs?? Fusilli w/ Pesto??? 3 of my favorite pasta dishes ever that i never thought i would eat again w/o making them myself! Thanks so much for posting this- i am OBSESSED w/ this place! :P

Where are my risotteria girls (Jillian...Dani?)? What tuesday are we going?!

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NO WAY, stop...just when i thought risotteria could not make me any happier.... Penne Bolognese? Spaghetti w/ Meatballs?? Fusilli w/ Pesto??? 3 of my favorite pasta dishes ever that i never thought i would eat again w/o making them myself! Thanks so much for posting this- i am OBSESSED w/ this place! :P

Where are my risotteria girls (Jillian...Dani?)? What tuesday are we going?!

I smell another field trip!!!!!! I can't do next Tuesday but what do you say to Jan. 31st?!! Is Dani back from FL yet?

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I am salivating at the thought. The last time I was in NYC was Dec 2003, sick with mono. (WHICH STARTED MY WHOLE CELIAC ORDEAL) Now I think I need to come back to eat for like 5 days straight and gain 10 lbs.

I'd be ok with that, too!

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Jillian, the PDF can be downloaded from www.risotteria.com.

I downloaded the PDF yesterday and even though the menu has, like, three items on it, I keep glancing back at it, committing it to memory and planning out which pastas and sauces i'm going to order when I go next Tuesday.

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I just got back from a business trip in NYC and this was the first place I went! Amazingly, they delivered lunch to my office the next day too. It's great to have a place like this. Although, I gotta say, the pizza at Picazzo's in Phoenix is way better.

Susan

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I smell another field trip!!!!!! I can't do next Tuesday but what do you say to Jan. 31st?!! Is Dani back from FL yet?

Yes, i think dani is still away, but she should be back this weekend i think? 31st is great for me...Anyone else wanna go?? I'm salivating :P

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Jillian, the PDF can be downloaded from www.risotteria.com.

I downloaded the PDF yesterday and even though the menu has, like, three items on it, I keep glancing back at it, committing it to memory and planning out which pastas and sauces i'm going to order when I go next Tuesday.

Thanks!

I'll allow you to go next Tuesday but only if you promise to come with me and Stefi (and hopefully Dani) on the 31st too...

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Thanks!

I'll allow you to go next Tuesday but only if you promise to come with me and Stefi (and hopefully Dani) on the 31st too...

oh i LOVE risotteria-- i didn't know it could GET better than the breadsticks and the fudgie... i think i frightened my wednesday night date (first date, oops) by going on and on about my risotteria experience... his restaurant choice could not (sigh) compare!

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