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Pepe Rosso's Siblings


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Pepe Rosso's Siblings

Jim Leff | Feb 24, 2000 12:55 PM

I just went back to Pepe Rosso to Go again (on Sullivan just south of Houston). As I said in my book, it's one of the most authentic hits of Italy you can get in the city. Not travel poster/glossy magazine Italy, but the Real Deal. At least half the customers at any given moment are speaking Italian, and to these young immigrants this place is a serious refuge.

I've always are the other places owned by these guys? I've got a business card listing all four. Besides the Sullivan Street place (which I know well), there are:

Pepe Giallo 253 10 Ave, 242-6055

Pepe Verde 359 Hudson St, 255-2221

Pepe Rosso110 St. Marks Place 677-6563

Anyone have experience with any of 'em?

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