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92 Rivington St., New York, NY, 10002
nr. Orchard St.
Good for dates, better for a solo meal
By victoriacfb on 11/27/2012
This is one of my favorite places. I constantly recommend it. The cheese plate has waaay generous portions and the ricotta, truffle oil, pepper bruschetta is wonderfully simple and delicious. For dessert go with the affogato or nutella panini. I wouldn't go here with a group of 6 or more. It doesn't seat too many people and I think that's what makes this place great- you can have a conversation AND listen to the background music. The staff is always pleasant, the music is awesome.
Perfect for a intimate Dinner!
By desnyc83 on 4/30/2007
I went here a week ago on a Saturday night. All the surrounding restaurants were packed and my girl friends and I had been walking around all day in SOHO and just didn't feel like fighting with the noise of a large, crowded place. So we passed by Bruschetteria in the LES and thank god we did! The menu isn't large, but the choices are great! The wine was fabulous and the server recommended a great red for us ladies to enjoy with our meal. The bruschetta was fantastic and fresh. My friend had the white bean bruschetta which was amazing and I had the original. The soup and salads were also tasty. In all, the mood of the place was chill, quiet, and homey. The bill was resonable and I can't say enough about the food! I can't wait to go back!
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