Restaurant Guide - Italian Restaurants

Restaurant Guide - Italian Restaurants

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    At lunchtime, it’s a zoo, and that includes the seating area upstairs (the free wi-fi is also a draw); breakfast is considerably calmer. There’s also a mini sushi restaurant in the middle of the store.
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    The affordable menu skews toward the classics, with a wide range of sandwiches for the many folks who work on the other side of Broadway.
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    There are days when no one under 30 (adults, that is) seems to live in Tribeca, but 20-somethings come from somewhere to drink wine at Terroir Tribeca, a sister to the original in the East Village and a cousin to the acclaimed restaurant Hearth.
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    Open from lunch on, Terra has a full liquor license, along with 26 wines by the glass, quartino, or bottle, as well as a reserve list of 50 more wines by the bottle.
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    At lunch, it’s swarmed with workers; at night, the tiny space turns romantic, if you don’t mind another table cuddled up next to yours. Prices are cheap and the service is unfailingly warm.
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    A spinoff of a New Jersey restaurant, Scalini Fedeli took over what was once Bouley. There’s still an air of romance in the pretty room, with vaulted ceilings, tapered candles, plenty of antiques, and a preponderance of couples.
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    It’s the kind of place that really should sell beer in pitchers, if it doesn’t already. Downstairs is a shuffleboard table, just like the one over at Nancy Whiskey Pub (which has the same owner).
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    ROC can feel like a party on any given night, but at holidays—especially Halloween—it has been known to really turn it out. If you’d rather stay in, ROC is a popular choice for delivery.
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    Petrarca makes its own gelato—that machine behind the bar isn’t for frozen margaritas—and sells its own olive oil. The outdoor seating is among the neighborhood’s best.
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    The vibe is polished rustic Tuscan, with wooden tables and a brick wall (upstairs). The food is satisfying, if familiar, and the regulars—many of whom you can hear speaking to the staff in Italian—love it that way.
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    A sister to the original on Avenue B, Max Tribeca is an affordable alternative to the area’s many high-end Italian restaurants. The menu is rich with classics such as lasagna and “Mom’s meat loaf.”
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    Two notes: The restaurant has an elegant private room that can seat 60, and during off hours you can order coffee drinks and DeMasco’s baked goods at the “café” (a counter in the front of the space).
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