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457 Court St (btwn 4th Pl & Luquer St)
Brooklyn, NY 11231
United States
(map) (718) 403-0033
  • 76.3
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the ingredients are prime (and often organic) and the chefs make the most of them, whether they're dressing long leaves of verdant puntarelle with fragrant olive oil, capers, and anchovies, grating pecorino over bit...
Robin Raisfeld and Rob Patronite
New York Magazine

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    sitting in the backyard, which is strewn with flowering plants and grape vines, you can close your eyes and pretend you're in Italy

    Serious eats
    77
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    the ingredients are prime (and often organic) and the chefs make the most of them, whether they're dressing long leaves of verdant puntarelle with fragrant olive oil, capers, and anchovies, grating pecorino over bitter escarole, or roasting Brussels sprouts and acorn squash till they're irresistibly sweet.

    New York Magazine
    80
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    their flagship remains as alluring as ever, turning out an impressive selection of cheeses, antipasti and cured meats, distinctive salads and exceptional pastas to a mostly-local crowd.

    Time Out
    79
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    The chefs adapted Italian-American recipes in the way that cheap-and-chic trattorias made regional Italian trendy, with better-than-usual ingredients, a dash of nostalgia and some creative interpretation.

    New York Times
    79