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217 Eldridge St., New York, NY, 10002
nr. Stanton St.
just terrific, a wonderfull downtown experience
By paulmorgan on 6/13/2003
for a place that we read about in ny mag. we expected it to be hip and just ok food, what we found was great food , and being over 40 we were not the oldest there,its still pretty hip but a hip that suits every age, they do a beef carpaccio for a special that was amazing , the veal chop was tender and juicy, the steak a little well done but the cherry peppers that come with it are so tasty, we skipped desert but they sent over a panna cota which was good, cause it was free,
just darn good food, thats all...
By kenny on 6/10/2003
great food nice people, def. check it out.The wine list is perfect, great wines under $30, thats how it should be,
great flavor for this hood,
By dora on 6/7/2003
adds a touch of class without losing the coolness of the neighborhood, the whole baked stripped bass is amazing, the wild boar lasagna is so intresting , it takes 2 to finish it..
worth the trip way downtown...
By jenni on 6/3/2003
i really enjoyed this place alot. the pizza is so good , it has a summer salad freshness to it, the skirt steak is outstanding,
a nice addition to my regulars...
By ken on 6/2/2003
i eat out 3-4 times a week, i look for 3 things a nice atmosphere, good people, and of course serious food, this place definetly measures up, lasagna a must to try and also the whole fish was outstanding.
where did this place pop out of...
By jeff on 5/31/2003
the most amazing little spot nessled in the heart of the real lower eastside and i never heard of it, i live 10 blocks away, wow where we blown away by the food, it all comes out of a huge wood burning oven, its crazy...
fire filled room, from a huge wood oven..
By mikey on 5/31/2003
they say everything comes out of this oven, thats pretty amazing, cause we had a pizza which was terrific, but so was the veal chop, i mean really good , that oven is at 700 degrees i guess that it sear the juice in cause it was so juicy.....mmmmmmmmmmm
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