They do Mediterranean at Barbuzzo, Mexican at Lolita, and Spanish at Jamonera (after an Indian sojourn with the now-gone Bindi).
The queens of 13th Street - Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran - are planning to add a red-gravy, immigrant-style Italian restaurant to their holdings.
This summer, they'll go down the street to open Little Nonna's at 1234 Locust St., which was the last incarnation of Fish beneath the Independent Hotel. In March, Safran/Turney agreed to take over the space as well as the spot on the southeast corner of 13th and Locust Streets that previously (briefly) was Rhino Bar.
Little Nonna's, a cozy 37-seater plus patio seating, will be set up to resemble an Italian grandmother's living room, circa 1950, with lace curtains, red banquettes, reclaimed oak table tops and mixed-and-matched vintage chairs, twinkling overhead lights, hanging copper pots, and faux flowers.