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Two Italian restaurants in New York City
Two Italian restaurants in New York City
Two Italian restaurants in New York City
Two Italian restaurants in New York City
Two Italian restaurants in New York City
Two Italian restaurants in New York City
Two Italian restaurants in New York City
Two Italian restaurants in New York City

Two Italian restaurants in New York City

At Obicà we offer a genuine dining experience centered on the freshest Mozzarella di Bufala Campana DOP paired with other Italian food excellences and seasonal ingredients.


The two Obicà restaurants in Manhattan share the same passion for good Italian food, made with high-quality and fresh ingredients to enjoy in surprising Italian dishes: all ingredients come from carefully selected suppliers, to offer you the best of Italian food culture in a friendly welcoming atmosphere.

At Obicà Flatiron you can enjoy our full offer of pasta and pizza, soups, salads and desserts, while at Obicà Madison you can have a pleasant break with our selection of mozzarella and cold cuts, panini and pasta, soups and salads to eat in or take-away.


Our food experience is completed by a sommelier-curated selection of Italian wine labels and by classic and original cocktails from our mixologists.

Our two Obicà locations in New York City are open every day, for a lunch or dinner with friends, an aperitivo with colleagues or - in Flatiron - also a Sunday brunch with family.

Come and share our delicious Italian food in our restaurant in Flatiron District and in our kiosk on Madison Avenue!

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Obicà Flatiron

928 Broadway between 21st & 22nd Street

NY 10010, New York

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Obicà Madison

590 Madison Avenue, IBM Building

NY 10022, New York

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About Obicà

Obicà Mozzarella Bar is a group of casual and contemporary Italian restaurants in international gateway cities.

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In the dialect of Napoli, Obicà means Right before your eyes, like a freshly made Mozzarella, still dripping from its brine and ready to be eaten.