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178 Mulberry St., New York, NY, 10013
at Broome St.
By Pato_Igle on 3/26/2012
We walked in attracted by the shiny signal and the inside decoration; the happy hour of beer and wine tempted us, so we thought we would have an appetizer along with that. We were greeted by the manager, who proudly said he spoke spanish as well, like us. We had the house wine on a glass and a capresse antipasti. The wine tasted like grapes with water, and the capresse was tasty; pity it was only a couple of tiny slices of mozzarela, along with cherry tomatoes and pesto. The bread was hard and scarse, so we asked for more. Here comes the best part; the manager himself said "I've given you more than what we usually give our customers! I'll bring you more as long as you order something else." Can you believe that? A manager denying bread and on top of that blackmailing us? And nobody mentioned that the tips were included on the bill, so concluding: 2 glasses of watered wine and a tasty but poor appetizer: $28 dollars. Thank you for the being obnoxious Ardito, I hope you dont treat your future customers like us.
By vincap on 8/26/2011
I'm an Italian. When I went there I cried two times: first, when my plate arrived: it was very small for its price and secondly, when the check arrived: it was extremely huge!
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