Cha Cha's In Bocca Al Lupo
Cha Cha's In Bocca Al Lupo located at 113 Mulberry Street in the of New York's Little Italy, has the only outdoor garden on Mulberry Street available for your dining pleasure. A peaceful oasis from the the street, its ambiance provides a a restful respite away from the hustle and bustle the modern world. A visit to Cha Cha's outdoor garden will explain why Italians have such a passion for eating "al fresco".
Besides peaceful outdoor dining, Cha Cha's In Bocca Al Lupo also offers indoor seating. A private room is available for parties with advance reservations. So whether you are just enjoying a touch of dessert with a hot cappucino, or a hearty meal, you can be assured that the atmosphere will fit the occasion.
About Cha Cha...
Widely known as “The Unofficial Mayor of New York's Little Italy” John Cha Cha Ciarcia is also known in lower Manhattan as the guy you go to when you need something done! Whether it be helping young Italian immigrants learn their way through the streets of New York or casting over 400 extras for a Martin Scorcese film production, Cha Cha has always been the one to count on!
Cha Cha began his career as a boxing promoter, one of his earliest endeavors was managing the fighting career of television celebrity, Tony Danza (this was prior to being cast in the hit sitcom “Taxi” and “Who's the Boss”). The Madison Square Garden announcer John Condon, affectionately gave Cha Cha the "Mayor" nick name during one of the numerous boxing events held at the Garden.
John Cha Cha Ciacia's career made the transition to acting. One of Cha Cha's earlier appearances was in Martin Scorcese's 1990 film, "Goodfellas". Cha Cha was part of the movie's most memorable scene, as a member of Billy Batt's (Frank Vincent) crew, he is sitting next to Billy Batts when the memorable line “Go get your shinebox” was said. This movie went on to win several prestigious awards which included an Academy Award, Directors Guild of America Award and a Los Angeles Film Critics Award. The film was also nominated for a Golden Globe, among others.
Cha Cha's film career didn't end here. He is the Producer of the film “Mamamia” which won “Best Short Film Award” at the New York International Independent Film & Video Festival (Tony Danza was the Director and also starred in it). The film “Men Lie” which he also produced, won numerous film awards at the film festivals held in Houston , Charleston, South Carolina and Fort Lauderdale. This movie featured actors, Michael Imperioli and Michael Badalucco.
Cha Cha has been cast as the character, 'Albie Cianflone', in the sixth and seventh season of HBO award winning series, "The Sopranos" where once again he is paired up again with Frank Vincent (Phil Leotardo) as part of his New York mafia crew. John 'Cha Cha' Ciarcia, recently completed filming on the movie, "Spy" and "They're Just My Friends".
Cha Cha's In Bocca Al Lupo
Located in the of New York's Little Italy
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