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Posted by metarzan17 on 07/20/2007
I love this place. The staff is wonderful, always courteous. The food is served promptly, and always delicious. The pizza is just amazing - in particular the buffalo mozarella pizza. Excellent selection off wines, and a wonderful back patio area for warmer days.
Posted by tk on 06/26/2007
Go for a pasta dish -- my favorite is the gnocchi -- and skip appetizers and pizza.
Posted by foodsnob on 04/03/2007
the pizza at baci is AMAZING. there are a million places in brooklyn to grab pizza, but it doesn't compare to the oven-brick pizza served at baci. their dinner entrees are pretty good as well, and don't forget dessert!
Posted by cacio on 03/06/2007
I was surprised that an italian restaurant can have such a good brunch. The french toast covered with toasted rice and the pancake with caramelized banana and strawberry are worth the trip. Try also the passion fruit mimosa.
Posted by matthew on 02/22/2007
The service was wonderful and the atmosphere great... the bruschetta was entirely too salty though, and my polenta gnocchi with duck ragout was surprisingly bland. Everything else I sampled, though, was excellent and it is well worth another visit.
Posted by J on 10/31/2006
I love this place! The beet gnocchi is amazing. The staff is very sweet and welcoming. Go there!
Posted by Anonymous on 09/10/2006
I was looking forward to trying B&A, as I am new to the neighborhood and tonight we were craving a good Italian meal. The menu looked good and was priced at levels that would indicate quality ingredients and preparation. Our meal, however, was a true disappointment. We started with a garden salad - usually a simple pleasure, especially in summer - especially in an Italian restaurant. They got it half right. Fresh arugula and crisp cucumber was complemented with a "vinagrette" dressing that was very oily, which we fixed with our own addition of balsamic. It also came with three unripe tomato wedges. Let's start with the pizza, which came with pancetta, onions and smoked mozzarella. Mozzarella - not smoked at all. The pancetta was not well done enough. The onions, however, were very nice (everything is relative). The cavatelli with broccoli rabe and sausage was okay... though it was overcooked and underseasoned. We added salt and chili flakes to make up for the bland sausage and forgetful chef, which transformed it into something edible. We chose to ignore that they overcooked both the pasta and broccoli - and we dodged the large chunks of garlic - and ate most of the dish.