Sette Enoteca e Cucina
Nearby Subway Stops
F, G at Seventh Ave.
American Express, MasterCard, Visa
- Brunch - Weekend
- Notable Wine List
- Outdoor Dining
- Full Bar
This venue is closed.
Over the course of Park Slope’s culinary renaissance, Fifth Avenue has become an indisputable dining destination, trumping the mostly mediocre Seventh Avenue in both quality and choice. Which is why it seems odd that ambitious restaurateur Giovanni Tafuri would not only pick Seventh Avenue as the location of Sette Enoteca e Cucina but name the place after it. The seasonal Italian menu features dishes like fresh mozzarella with grilled ramps, strozzapreti with roasted corn and sweet hot red peppers, and leg of lamb with creamed-Swiss-chard-potato cake. Sette’s got a couple of other things going for it that should lift the Seventh Avenue curse: Italian brunch fare like spicy soppressata pizzette, outdoor seating, and an affordable “Venti per Venti” wine list—twenty bottles for $20 apiece.
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