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260 29th St., New York, NY, 10001
at Eighth Ave.
By Umckete on 2/23/2013
If you are looking to escape the busy city & enjoy Northern Italy then you have come to the right spot. Quiet, charming and delicious is how I describe Biricchino. I will go back for the lobster ravioli & dip my bread to return to paradise any day. My salad was perfect too. Fresh crisp lettuce accompanied by many favorites. My date and I also enjoyed our meals together. We split them!!! We couldn't get enough until dessert came. At that point I was so full I had to take it with me. I was thrilled to have a sweet breakfast the next morning while enjoying my coffee:0)
By MERanger on 2/5/2012
Ate early on a Tuesday evening so it wasn't busy, but they sat us at a table right next to someone else and the space is so tiny I could barely get in to sit down. Service was decent. I had the veal ravioli with tomato mushroom sauce - meh. Nothing to write home about. The other person in my party had the penne with smoke salmon and enjoyed it. We split a generous side of broccoli rabe that was quite good. I personally wouldn't go back because the menu items don't really appeal to me, but the other person was happy.
By BIGBUZ on 6/21/2010
freinds told me about this little place saying the best sausages in the world are made there. Well we went ,maybe not the best sausages in the world but pretty damn close Have to go back it was great,people are nice and prices are cheap for nyc
By xtbs24 on 6/12/2010
my boyfriend took me to dinner here a few weeks ago before the pearl jam concert. the dining room was pretty full but the hostess managed to get us a table pretty quickly. our waitress was so nice, and considering how busy it was we were served pretty quick. my boyfriend had the chef specialty raviolis that were out of this world delicious. For dessert we shared tiramisu (which a friend told me was the best in the city.) The place itself was a little dated but charming in its own way. we will be going back next time we go to a concert at the garden for sure.
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