Carbone opened in March 2013 in the heart of Greenwich Village. Carbone occupies the space that once housed the legendary Rocco Restaurant, which was one of the most historic Italian-American eateries in Manhattan. Built on the great bones that were already there, Carbone pays homage to the Italian-American restaurants of the mid- 20th century in New York, where delicious, exceptionally well-prepared food was served in settings that were simultaneously elegant, comfortable and unpretentious. The food nods to that history, while taking culinary cues from the great talents and techniques of the present and into the future. Familiar dishes like Linguini Vongole, Lobster Fra Diavola, Chicken Scarpariello, and Veal Parmesan are elevated to a new level. The service will transport you to another time, with the perfect blend of elegance and comfort. Carbone has outposts in Hong Kong and Las Vegas along with the original New York location.