Giovanni Mosconi, a widely known Greenwich Village restaurateur, died June 1 after a brief sickness. He was 85.
Mosconi, of Bay Ridge, was born within the northern mountainous area of Piacenza, Italy, and served within the Italian Military stationed at Lake Como. In his 20s, he moved to London, the place he met his future spouse and have become a famous restaurateur.
The eldest of seven siblings, Mosconi owned and operated together with his brother and sisters Monte’s Trattoria and Villa Mosconi, two West Village hotspots that have been frequented by celebrities and Mosconi’s beloved New York Yankees for greater than a technology.
He was the daddy of 4 youngsters, together with former Put up reporter Angela Mosconi. His spouse of 37 years, Lucia, predeceased him.
Mosconi is survived by 4 youngsters; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; his six siblings, and plenty of nieces, nephews, cousins and devoted associates.
Viewing shall be June 8 from 2 to 4 and 5 to eight p.m at McLaughlin & Sons Funeral House in Bay Ridge. The funeral mass, at midday on June 9 at St. Anselm’s Church in Brooklyn, shall be celebrated by Monsignor David Cassato.
Mosconi shall be be buried in London alongside his spouse.