Pizza Restaurant and Cooking School Kestè Pizza & Vino Opens in FiDi

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Pizza master Roberto Caporuscio and his daughter Giorgia Caporuscio have opened their fourth restaurant, Kestè Pizza & Vino. The design of the 150-seat pizzeria, located in the Financial District, is inspired by a rare copy of the 1866 book “Usi e Costumi di Napoli,” which gave clues to how pizzerias were designed in the late 19th century. As a result, Kestè features aged wood tables, ceramics from the Amalfi coast, and copper pizza ovens. Kestè means “this is it” in the Neapolitan dialect.
Seventy pizzas—all original creations by Roberto Caporuscio—include seven types of fried pizzas, 18 types of gluten-free pizzas, and 20 seasonal pizzas that reflect Italy’s regional cuisines. The classic Pizza Margherita is made with all-organic flour, cheese, and tomatoes.

There is a pizza school on site that teaches pizza-making to both professionals and amateurs. Roberto Caporuscio is the U.S. president of the Association of Neapolitan Pizza Makers, the Italian governing body that teaches Neapolitan pizza-making.

Open daily for lunch and dinner.
Kestè Pizza & Vino
77 Fulton St. (near Gold Street)
Financial District

By Channaly Philipp

Epoch Taste

8 Comments to “ Pizza Restaurant and Cooking School Kestè Pizza & Vino Opens in FiDi”

  1. Gregory DePetro says :

    My wife and I own a restaurant in Clinton Nj. We purchased a brick oven from Marra Forni. We want to serve brick oven Pizza. Richie from Bari restaurant supply recommended your school he’s a good friend and said I should mention his name. Please get back to me. Thank my wife and I both want to attend

  2. james defilippis says :

    is there a schedule for the pizza school classes.

  3. Elvis Santino says :

    Roberto, Giorgia,

    I was hoping to attend you pizza school next week for a week-long session if it is available. What is the schedule, and what are the steps for being in the program?

  4. Ralph Giacobbe says :

    When is the next pizza class?

  5. Mario Arnero says :

    Hi Georgia and Roberto,

    When are the pizza courses held and what is the cost? Is there a certification awarded after completing the course?
    I have been working as a chef for over 20 years but want to make the transition to pizzaiolo.


  6. JoAnn Donatone says :

    I would like to find out when your pizza making classes are for a party of six.

  7. Kevin says :

    Send information about the pizza school…. dates, cost, etc. Grazie.

  8. Joe Santa Ana says :

    Where can I see the upcoming pizza academy classes?\

    Joe S