Authentic homestyle recipes marry with chic modern dining at N’ata Cosa – the latest culinary destination to open within downtown St. Catharines.
The family owned and operated N’ata Cosa offers a diverse old world Italian menu and cozy, welcoming atmosphere for a family friendly, casual-fine dining environment sure to satisfy every diner to be seated at their red checkered tables.
As for satisfying the palate, N’ata Cosa’s scent of fresh espresso, dough and sweet goods envelopes your senses upon walking over the threshold; with enough warmth to ease any wandering soul down for a multi-course meal. N’ata Cosa is quickly growing their fame by offering a diverse menu of regional flare meets Italian cuisine made in house from the on premise Pizzaiolo Chef, Cristoforo and his team. From Napoli style pizza to house made pastas and sauces and hearty, fresh entrees – N’ata Cosa prides itself on using only the finest and freshest ingredients to ensure a very memorable dining experience.
And though the lightly dusted calamari fritti and King Cole duck breast are enough to make any foodie swoon, the true gem of N’ata Cosa is the Napoli style wood pizza oven, complemented by the incredible array of flavour rich pizzas to choose from. Options include Salsicciota – a combination of tomato sauce, mozzarella, sweet Italian sausage, mushrooms and basil; Napoletana – tomato sauce, mozzarella di bufala, oregano, garlic, anchovies and parsley; the classic Margherita and more.
The N’ata Cosa team says only one taste of true Neapolitan pizza made with authentic ‘00’ flour is “enough to make one feel as though they were immediately transported into a piazza in Southern Italy.”
Add to the menu fresh seafood and top quality meats, local Niagara VQA and imported wines and a fresh from scratch children’s menu and N’ata Cosa ensures a truly memorable dining experience.
Prices range from $14-$15 dollars for a pizza, $16-$18 dollars for a pasta dish and average $25 dollars for a dinner menu main course.
N’ata Cosa also offers fully customizable packages for events of any size including corporate and private events, product launches, showers and weddings.
N’ata Cosa said it is due to the support of the community and their families and friends that have helped create instant success for the restaurant on the culinary heavy St. Paul Street.
“We would like to thank our family, friends and customers for their continued support,” said co-owner Frank Calabrese. “We appreciate your business and we look forward to having you dine with us.”
Written By: Gabrielle Tieman