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Cacio e Vino

  • Alcohol, Italian
  • 80 2nd Ave, New York 10003 40.726398 -73.988876
  • (Btwn 4th & 5th St)
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  • (212) 228-3269
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User Ratings (Based on 28 reviews)

avg-come back to15
Food 4 Value 3_5
Service 3_5 Atmosphere 4

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 228-3269
Website:
www.cacioevino.com
Notes:
Major Credit Cards ($20 Min)
Hours:
Mon-Fri: 5pm-12am Sat-Sun: 12pm-12am
Serves:
Brunch, Dinner
Features:
Accepts Credit Cards, Delivery, Free Delivery, Gluten-Free, Happy Hour, Late Night, Online Ordering, Online Reservations, Prix Fix Menus, Romantic, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible
Min Delivery:
20

User Reviews

  • Cacio e Vino

    Posted by Jennie on 2013-12-20

    Best Sicilian Food!

    I came here the other night with two of my girlfriends and must say, really had a very enjoyable experience. Two of us have been to Sicily and were craving some Arancini, which are traditional fried rice balls. They are not easy to find in the city, so we

  • Cacio e Vino

    Posted by Eugene on 2012-07-09

    Not recommended

    Me and my girlfriend had a dinner at this place a week ago. Looking through the deals at one of the group buying websites, we chose this place because all the dinners we had in Little Italy were amazing. Unfortunately, there's an exception now. My girlfri

  • Cacio e Vino

    Posted by barbara624 on 2012-05-02

    Pretty setting, warm service, and lots of good food

    We took a chance on this East Village Sicilian restaurant for several reasons--the attractiveness of the place, the appealing menu, and the fact that it was busy on a Monday night. We were rewarded by a warm welcome by staff, attentive service, and some v

  • Cacio e Vino

    Posted by lks on 2012-02-24

    way too expensive for what it is

    Good food but nothing special, small restaurant, rustic surroundings, good service but hefty prices for ordinary food. Will not go back

  • Cacio e Vino

    Posted by David on 2012-01-09

    Dissapointing food, given the hefty price

    I was gifted a $40 gift certificate to this place from a friend who spoke so highly of it. I should have asked her what she ordered because I went with my partner and we were both disappointed by our meals. I ordered the seafood of the day, which I assume

  • Cacio e Vino

    Posted by AJJAS on 2011-02-17

    Good but Different and Expensive Italian

    While planning a weekend trip with my siblings I came across Cacio y Vino. Memories of a long ago, month long, Siciian college course ran through my mind as I imagined an Italian restaurant that offered more than the typical northern Italian cuisine. The

  • Cacio e Vino

    Posted by Rebecca M on 2011-01-24

    Tremendous Disappointmnt

    If you enjoy eating poorly prepared food in a place where you can't hear what your companion is saying, and if the food you've ordered is poorly prepared, then this is your place. For appetizers we had the stuffed sardines (very fishy), the cod mousse (c

  • Cacio e Vino

    Posted by Lisa Desimone on 2010-03-30

    The pizza is the best!

    I never want to have pizza for my dinner. I just don't think it's special enough to have for an entree. Here, you can dine like a real Italian and have pizza for dinner! Try the broccoli rabe and sausage pie. The other menu items are great as well. T

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