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283 Amsterdam Ave (btw 73rd & 74th St)
New York, NY 10023
United States
(map) (212) 877-4800
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Oscar-winning film-set designer Dante Ferretti has transformed a parcel of real estate no bigger than a studio apartment into a fun house of black lacquered walls, with a gaudy fresco of Italy crawling up onto the c...
Jay Cheshes
Time Out

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  • "
    A quarter of this restaurant is really a market, and an exceptional one at that, with many fine imported Italian products that speak to the joint ownership of the place.

    New York Times
    77
  • "
    It's a welcoming, warm place that serious eaters can walk into to taste something soothing and satisfying and feel well taken care of without spending a fortune.

    Serious eats
    85
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    Oscar-winning film-set designer Dante Ferretti has transformed a parcel of real estate no bigger than a studio apartment into a fun house of black lacquered walls, with a gaudy fresco of Italy crawling up onto the ceiling.

    Time Out
    82
  • "
    The most antic of all is the Limoncello. It’s constructed with broken pillars of lemon-filled meringue, which taste like some inventive, elevated form of lemon-meringue pie, and look like they’ve been scattered by a great wind all over the plate.

    New York Magazine
    80