10 Corso Como: A Dining Experience with Executive Chef Jordan Frosolone- THURS 9/26

10 Corso Como: A Dining Experience with Executive Chef Jordan Frosolone- THURS 9/26


thursday, september 26th

7pm - 9pm

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10 Corso Como is the brainchild of Carla Sozzani- a Milan-based businesswoman who was formerly the Editor-In-Chief for the likes of Vogue & Elle. After years in the industry, she wanted to find a way to connect with her customers in a way that publishing alone just couldn’t offer.

Through her artistic roots, and network of forward-thinking friends, 10 Corso Como would go on to become a complex for connection, belonging, and experience- encapsulating art, fashion, culture, and indeed- food.

Expanding from Milan to places like Seoul, Beijing, and Shanghai, 10 Corso Como adds NYC as its newest home as of this past year.

With a fervent passion for Italian technique and cuisine, Jordan Frosolone (Bouley, Hearth, Momofuku) brings his wealth of experience to 10 Corso Como.

Join Executive Chef Jordan Frosolone, as he showcases a narrative through food in this multi-course, family-style Northern Italian menu. 

Chef will begin with a selection of appetizers, followed by his signature Cacio e Pepe, a traditional Branzino and Pollo al Mattone, and finished with a classic Italian dessert Tiramisu. Each course will be paired with a signature Italian wine from their extensive collection.

Paired Food Menu

To Start

Polpettine di Carne | beef meatballs, tomato, mozzarella, basil

Insalata Mista | mixed lettuces, seasonal vegetables, pecorino


Rigatoni Cacio e Pepe | pecorino romano, black pepper


Branzino alla Griglia | braised romano beans, roasted tomatoes

Pollo al Mattone | roasted half chicken, peppers, eggplant


Tiramisu | Mascarpone, Lady Fingers, Cocoa, Espresso


About Jordan Frosolone

Born and raised in Chicago, Jordan’s career in food began in 1998 working for notable area restaurants such as Coco Pazzo, Blackbird, and NoMi.

With a deep passion for Italian cuisine, Jordan moved to Italy in 2002, and worked in restaurants in both Spoleto and Florence. With refined skills and deeper culinary aptitude, Jordan moved back to the United States in 2003 and spent one year with the culinary team at Bouley before joining Marco Canora at Hearth as a line cook. Showing great promise and genuine talent, Jordan was promoted to Chef de Cuisine in 2006 and remained there until 2011 before joining the team at August as Executive Chef.

Not long after, Jordan left the pass to join David Chang’s Momofuku group as Director of Culinary Operations. He spent the next two years traveling throughout New York and Canada overseeing culinary programming and opening three new restaurants in Toronto. Feeling a pull back to the kitchen, Jordan left Momofuku in 2014 to become Executive Chef at Sessanta in Soho.

Jordan is currently the Executive Chef at 10 Corso Como Restaurant and Café in New York City. Jordan lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Emily, and their two children, Zanghi and Elio. Since 2011, Jordan has been working with farmers, producers, and travel agencies teaching cooking classes and hosting culinary tours in the Tuscany, Puglia and Sicily regions of Italy.

About 10 Corso Como

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Situated on the cobblestoned streets of the Seaport District NYC, 10 Corso Como Restaurant & Café serves Mediterranean fare inspired by traditional Italian cooking. Led by world renowned Chef Jordan Frosolone, the culinary team take pride in selecting the highest quality seafood, meat, local produce and ingredients imported from artisanal producers in Italy to create irresistible dishes that prioritize the best of the season’s natural flavors.

The restaurant features an extensive wine list, showcasing over 100 Italian, French and local wines from smaller, boutique vineyards.


Songs of Praise

Boil water, cook the spaghetti, grate some cheese, crack some pepper, combine. That’s about all there is to pasta cacio e pepe. It’s one of those remarkably simple dishes you think you should be able to make blindfolded while standing on one foot with your right arm tied behind your back. The funny thing is it’s also a dish that’s an absolute cinch to screw up. Chef Jordan Frosolone at 10 Corso Como never suffers that fate. His is the Goldilocks of CEP sauces: not too loose and not too dry, creamy without cream. It coats but never clumps. In a word, it’s just right. What seals the deal is the housemade bigoli pasta, which clings to the sauce like Saran wrap and boasts the kind of extra-firm but yielding bite you associate with the work of elite Italian grandmas.
...Light infuses the enormous space, the dimensions of which would be close to impossible to get in Soho or on Madison Avenue. The floor plan, divided more like a small museum than a traditional boutique, allows for separate corners for curation and installation.
The first U.S. outpost of a Milan-based concept, 10 Corso Como specializes in authentic Italian cuisine, drawing inspiration from Northern Italian traditions. Some of the most popular dishes include the Rigatoni Cacio e Pepe, Risotto Corso Como, and Spaghetti al Pomodoro. Of course, delicious, authentic Italian food isn’t hard to come by in New York City, but this restaurant stands out thanks to its interior. Located in the Seaport District, 10 Corso Como is designed to serve as a beautifully bold and eye-catching backdrop to your dining experience. Guests can expect to see details like hand-painted tiles and one-of-a-kind glass light fixtures that make for many Instagrammable moments.