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Posted by Anonymous on 04/28/2013
If you are looking for a break from all the Italian-American fare in Little Italy this is the spot. The emphasis is on fresh & light Italian food with lots of interesting protein choices and clean fresh flavors.
Posted by neighbor on 10/03/2012
Hands down this place was amazing. great atmosphere, amazing unique flavors, thin crust pizza and great wine. one of my new favorites.. might go back again two nights in a row!
Posted by Carol on 02/13/2012
Best pizza and gluten free pizza in NYC . Rivals Italy. Thin crispy crust. Friendly service.
Posted by bubu on 05/17/2011
Everything we had was off the charts good. Go here now! We started off with a simple local greens salad, the dressing was exquisite, perfect balance of olive oil, balsamic, salt and sweet. The only salad I've had that compares was at Le Cirque. For dinner we shared the Burrata Ravioli with zucchini and tomato. The fresh pasta was perfect, the sauce was delicate and packed with flavor. Then came the Branzino - wow, it was the freshest, lightest I've had since eating on the beach in Mykonos. We finished up with a Pannacotta which was also excellent. In short, this place is a bit more expensive that most italian places in my neighborhood (East Village) but if you are going out for dinner this is how you should feel afterward. First time I've ever written a review about a place, and I've been dining in NYC for over 10 years.
Posted by uppereast side foodi on 08/08/2010
We shared three appetizers and each was excellent (calmari, sausage and broccoli rabe, and mushroom croquette. For main courses we shared a pizza with proscuitto and buffalo mozarella and veal chop special....both fantastic. Marco, the manager, suggested a Dolcetto red and it was an excellent choice. We shared a chocolate ganache desert with carmel and French sea salt...to die for. Tha ambiance was excellent....we shall return!
Posted by DandM on 07/23/2010
It was very hot on the streets of China Town and my wife and I ducked into this charming place for a drink to cool down. We sat at the bar -- it was happy hour-- listened to the great music and the place started jumping around 8PM and we were lucky to have great seats. It is cosy, cosmopolitan and the white Sangria that is steeping in the carboy on the bar is a must-have. We ordered a pizza that was fresh tasting, but you better add some salt to make it pop.
Posted by Tim on 05/19/2010
I happened to be walking by on Mott Street before having dinner at another restaurant and stopped by for happy hour. Pizza, frittata, and other tidbits were laid out on the bar and the $4 beers and house wine were a welcomed respite in this economy . Will definitely go back for dinner some time. Also, met George Wendt (Norm!).