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Posted by Anonymous on 11/21/2008
This is a real find - true Sicilian/Italian food in NYC! There are not enough words to say enough good things about this restuarant. The food is lick the plate outstanding. And the staff is all Italian - as in from Italy - and the place is filled with native Italians as well - which says something about the great food.
Posted by Fall08 on 11/20/2008
1. Inform diners that they are ordering the last bottle of the wine they like. Do not wait to tell them until they are done and are on the verge of re-ordering. 2. Go easy on the salt. Linguine ai frutti di mare was too salty. 3. Do something about the non acceptance of Visa and Mastercard. At the very least, indicate in your website that you only accept American Express. 4. Train staff on how to properly and correctly prepare bills. 5. If diners choose from the selection of cheese and cold cuts for appetizer, do point out to them which is which. Still, the Bianca al crudo is perfect!!!!
Posted by Picky Eater on 08/15/2008
This place is amazing! I have tried most of the Italian restaurants in the East Village and this is my new favorite. They deliver too. Highly recommended!
Posted by massimoinbrooklyn on 04/30/2008
We got to Cacio e Vino without reservations and were seated quickly despite the large crowd. The food was made as Italian food ought to be prepared (i.e., pasta very al dente), and the wine selection was wide and reasonably priced. Try their Nero d'Avola.
Posted by Fantastic on 01/14/2008
We were a party of 9 for my good friend's birthday, and we had a really good time. The pizza was just amazing. We shared several flavors though I think my favorites were the Norma,and the Margherita which was out of this world. Also, everyone who tried the tiramisu agreed it was one of the best they've ever had.
Posted by Eating great in NYC on 12/03/2007
Ordered the cotto e funghi pizza on Friday night, two cotto calzones on Saturday, and a calzone plus the carpaccio pizza on Sunday. All for delivery, so I can't speak to the atmosphere. This is the best pizza I've had outside of Italy, period. We look forward to trying pastas and other dishes. One slight annoyance: delivery guy had no change whatsoever. Otherwise, we're just really excited to discover a place like this in the neighborhood.
Posted by Arturo on 10/29/2007
I really don't know where to start and what to say about Cacio e Vino cause i'm still too excited but, i'll tell you something ... I live in New York but I'm italian and by that i mean that i've lived 35 of my 37 years there so i should know what I am talking about, so... went to dinner on Monday and the food , the service the place and the atmosphere just blew me away, everything was perfect it's a great combination of all the ingredients you want on a night out in the lower east side in Ny. Food is tipical sicilian-italian, great taste , perfectly cooked, and so fresh (especially fish) it's like eating in a great restaurant right in Sicily, on top of everything the place is cozy, loud but in a good way and they have "Miscela d'Oro" espresso sicilian coffee which was the perfect ending of our wonderful dinner. Can't wait to go back. This is the real deal , best italian (authentic) restaurant in New York. p.s. May i tell you they also have the best wood-oven PIZZA in New York city? Ok i just did.....oh and the wine list.......OMG! Enjoy.