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Stuzzicheria The menu at this Southern Italian specialist seems promising, but falls flat from first bite. Linguine proved sorely overcooked, to the state of gumminess while the pane panelle, a chickpea-fritter sandwich that recently begot its own next-door takeout shop, proves a bland-ish carbo-bomb. Only nicely fried fritto misto proved the proper foil to a glass of wine. Still, there aren’t too many competitors in this section of upper Tribeca and the corner setting has an intimate charm, with black and white tiled floors and floor-to-ceiling windows. Those who work in the area should make a mental note of the happy hour: From 5 to 7 select drinks range from six to ten bucks and come with a complimentary stuzzichini. Hey, if they’re giving it away…
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