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Italian Food:Venetian?

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SLAP Jun 1, 2000 04:51 PM

Anybody know of any places in the the city that serve Venetian cuisine? would especially like some Chicetti.
Any help is appreciated!

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    Steven Stern RE: SLAP Jun 1, 2000 05:53 PM

    Not in Manhattan, but at least claiming to be Venetian is al di la, on 5th Ave, in Park Slope. A little while back I had a cicchetti plate that was offered as an appetizer special(not on the regular menu, I think)--grilled sardines, cuttlefish in ink, bacalao, and something else I can't remember. Everything was great, though it was considerably more expensive than anything else on the (incredibly reasonable) menu. There's an inexpensive Arneis served by the glass that was perfect with it.

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      stephen kaye RE: Steven Stern Jun 1, 2000 06:19 PM

      al di la is fine indeed. in nyc, try bar cicchetti 220 houston I believe. food not a good as al di la, but they do serve ok ciccchetti. across the street from s.o.b.'s

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      Josh Mittleman RE: SLAP Jun 2, 2000 11:54 AM

      I believe there have been earlier postings about Venetian cuisine in NY. Search for Piccolo Venezia.

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        jen kalb RE: Josh Mittleman Jun 2, 2000 12:05 PM

        I have also heard recently about a place in Chelsea (like at 22nd and 7th?) that bills itself as venetian - I think it might have been on the Times Weekend dining map of italian regional places a Friday or two ago.

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