anyone heard of "divertimento bistro"
it's on 432 e 13th...is it open? is it good?
haven't been, but according to Time Out it's got an old-school menu. Prices run under $20 for entrees. Let us know how it is!
re: Todd Peissig
I must disagree regarding the quality of the food. The atmosphere is cute, with a live pianist playing Nirvana (interesting) but the food was disappointing. The one piece of bread that they gave each of us was stale and the olive oil for dipping was of low quality (almost see-through). We ordered a side of spinach to go with our entrees, which they brought out with our salad. It was overcooked in too much oil and garlic.
The entree prices are low but the appetizers are almost the same price and the wine by the glass is not a bargain ($9).
I've had much better food for less money at other places, such as Cacio e Pepe.