Latest Concept by Pomo Restaurant Group, Rosso Italian, Opens in Downtown Phoenix

The newest concept by Pomo Restaurant Group, Rosso Italian, is now open in the heart of Downtown Phoenix. The upscale restaurant offers a contemporary take on premium Italian cuisine, drawing inspiration from global flavors and influences.

“I have always harbored a dream of expanding Pomo Restaurant Group with a new twist,” says Rosso Italian Owner Stefano Fabbri. “When the opportunity presented itself, I knew the timing was perfect. The energy and vibe of Downtown Phoenix combined with the perfect location and ambiance solidified my belief that Rosso Italian would be the ultimate dining experience.”

Featuring a sleek and rustic interior design with a touch of Italian warmth, the 5,000-square-foot space includes an elegant and comfortable dining room with warm lighting and a cozy atmosphere, a bar and pet-friendly patio seating. The full-service restaurant is designed to welcome all occasions and is perfect for events and buy-outs.

Rosso Italian’s menu features a selection of carefully crafted entrees, appetizers seafood, and the signature Napoletana pizza from its sister restaurant, Pomo Pizzeria. All menu items are made with the freshest and highest quality ingredients that will transport guests to Italy with each bite. Stand-out menu items include the tagliata di manzo, pork chop Milanese, house-made gnocchi burrata, fusilloni Rosso, yellowtail crudo, tuna tartare burrata and beef carpaccio. The wine and cocktail list offers a wide range of options and has been expertly curated to complement the menu. 

Rosso Italian is open Sunday through Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. at 2 E. Jefferson St, Ste. 113, within Cityscape Phoenix. Garage and street parking is available along with valid two-hour parking in the Cityscape garages. For more information and to make a reservation at Rosso Italian, Pomo Restaurant Group’s newest memorable dining experience, visit

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