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375 Broome St., New York, NY, 10013
nr. Mott St.
cute, good wines but small pours
By Penny_In_Heels on 9/15/2014
The "nibbles" are an odd selection of what I guess is a new take on bar food. The wines were interesting (good) but the pours were kind of stingy. Service was attentive w/o being annoying. Only real complaint was that my partner's flatware was not clean - something did not come off in the wash. I would go back, but if I wanted wine I'd buy a bottle.
LOVE = ORO
By FoodLover11 on 3/8/2012
i simply love this cozy little wine bar. Natalie the bar tender is very sweet always helpful when you need her advice. I popped in one cold night hungry, tired and cold ; even though they were closing, she invited me in and fed me. I left feeling warmer, satisfied ( rather than stuffing fast food in my face, I had a delicious set of sliders and a glass of Cab), and even took some sweets to go. When in doubt, Make oro your spot. Ask for Natalie, you will fall in love when you meet her :)
A great neighborhood spot!
By plistar on 1/31/2010
Oro is fantastic and is exactly what every neighborhood needs -- great friendly staff, good food and excellent coffee.
Love their goodies
By mobaby1770 on 2/12/2008
Excellent service, a chill place to grab some sweets or drink a nice glass. Very knowledgeable service and attentive staff. Cozy and they have new things to enjoy daily! Can't wait to eat there again.
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