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Posted by BetterThanBruni on 05/07/2008
....neat, high tech, ultra modern Italian design utilization of teeny space (right next to McNulty's) makes it feel cozy and gracious at the same time, helped by comfy chairs and (finally!) tables for 2 that are large enough for real people, with that aforementioned 'Italian Modern' flair. The food? On the night I was there, it was fresh and tasty, although the limited menu was a real disappointment, focusing on red meat, the now ubiquitious branzino, a pasta, and risotto. Portions are small, prices are higher than they should be, but the wine selection is great, with nice choices available decantered by the glass, half liter, etc....a nice touch. We can never seem to get enough really authentic Italian places, this one has potential, if the chef remembers that a limited menu must still appeal to a broader range of tastes and appetites. And pocketbooks. One to watch.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/03/2008
This is a perfect new addition to the neighborhood. My girlfriend and I have been coming here at least once a week. The restaurant is stylish, romantic and clean. The food is authentic Tuscan. Try the Fish... amazing!!! I also love the lasagna.
Posted by rockstar on 05/01/2008
Multiple people I trust and respect have eaten here now and told me how much they LOVED it. Living out of town, I have yet to make it there myself- but I can tell you, I Sodi makes me look great. It is the restaurant I recommend when I have friends passing through the city. Just last week I received a phone call from a gaggle of six modern dancers who had been on an American tour from Europe. On speaker phone from the Village, I could barely understand them they were so ecstatic about their meal! Definitely check this place out.