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Roman Cusine

designerboy01 Aug 27, 2006 10:09 AM

There is a Roman restaurant somewhere on the lower eastside. Anyone got the name or know of any others?

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    Lucia Aug 27, 2006 02:34 PM

    Cacio e Pepe in the E Vill is Roman and very good. The other Italian restaurants I can think of on the LES don't advertise to be Roman (e.g. Falai, Apizz, Basso Est).

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    1. re: Lucia
      designerboy01 Aug 27, 2006 05:10 PM

      Thanks I'm going to add that to my list. What makes Roman Cuisine distinctive?

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        RGR Aug 27, 2006 05:52 PM

        Here's an explanation of Roman cuisine: http://www.annamariavolpi.com/roman_c...

        Uptown in the Theater District, Lattanzi serves some classical dishes of the Roman Jews. Fried artichokes are the most famous.

    2. erica Aug 27, 2006 09:32 PM

      Lupa.

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        djk Aug 29, 2006 03:40 PM

        il bagatto was started (and still owned by) two romani - on second street. is that what you're thinking of? aroma wine bar feels very roman to me on east 4th - lovely food and great wine.

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        1. re: djk
          designerboy01 Aug 29, 2006 07:07 PM

          Aroma has a good apertivo too! I'll try il bagatto! Thanks!

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