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New York, NY 10014
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The food at Scarpetta is so good that it's clear that, left to his own devices, Scott Conant knows exactly what he's doing.
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    The food at Scarpetta is so good that it's clear that, left to his own devices, Scott Conant knows exactly what he's doing.

    Serious eats
    72
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    Order the famous polenta.... 16 bucks gets you a tiny cup. Then you taste it and wonder whether you can finish. The cheesy, creamy porridge is topped with truffled mushrooms. It's as rich as foie gras.

    Bloomberg
    77
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    Almost all of the pasta dishes are excellent, and theyÔÇÖre smartly varied in terms of their intensities, their sensibilities.

    New York Times
    79
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    Conant devotees will be familiar with many of the pasta recipes on the menu at Scarpetta, which doesnÔÇÖt make them any less exceptional.

    New York Magazine
    66
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    Plump duck-andÔÇôfoie gras ravioli slicked with a rich marsala-duck jus, are as ethereal as ever at this cavernous middlebrow trattoria.

    Time Out
    85
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    The crowd reflects the restaurantÔÇÖs address: weeknights belong to tyro bankers in French-blue button-downs (male) and sweaters knotted around the shoulders (female), weekends to girls in tiny dresses with strategic cutouts and their jockish dates.

    The New Yorker
    86