The love story of Noi Due — which means the two of us in Italian — begins when restauranteur Israeli Golan Chetrit, and his Italian American wife Imma, set out to open a concept that is symbolic of their union. Together, they bring novel and contemporary red sauce fare to vegetarian and kosher diners.
An Upper West Side hideaway with an Old Word air, Noi Due Cafe transports diners to the Mediterranean coast. Known for their crisp, brick-oven pizza and Kosher dairy-rich menu, the cafe has become a go-to for the community offering delectable cuisine that's perfect for accommodating any occasion.
Helmed by Beau Houck (formerly Executive Chef at Fresco by Scotto), Noi Due Cafe offers a casual dining atmosphere that is readymade for gourmands craving Old World pizze, insalate, antipasti and Italian sandwiches.