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Looking for restaurants that serve Bagna Cauda

dkstar1 Nov 15, 2006 01:02 AM

any and all would be gratefully appreciated.

Thanks.

M.

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    gab RE: dkstar1 Nov 15, 2006 01:18 AM

    only one i know of is the bouchon bakery take-out place in time warner. mmm mmm good.

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      dkstar1 RE: gab Nov 15, 2006 02:51 AM

      I think we are thinking of two different things. I'm referring to the traditional Italian meal of sliced bread and vegetables that are dipped in a warm oil and anchovy paste mixture, often contained in a terra cotta pot over a candle (to keep it warm).

      I can't see them serving that as a take-away item...

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      RGR RE: dkstar1 Nov 15, 2006 03:15 AM

      Hey, dkstar1, That's the kind of question where Menupages' Find-a-Food function comes in handy. Doing a search, I found exactly *one* restaurant that serves bagna cauda (presuming, of course, that the menu on Menupages is current): Al Di La, in Brooklyn. Doesn't sound as though it's a full meal, though, since it's on the antipasti list.

      http://www.menupages.com/restaurantde...

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        howund09 RE: dkstar1 Nov 15, 2006 05:30 AM

        I've had it at 18 Bay in Bayville, LI, with artichokes.

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          bickel RE: dkstar1 Nov 15, 2006 02:44 PM

          I have had it at Supper in the E. Vill. I agree with RGR that it's usually served as a starter of some kind.

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            RGR RE: bickel Nov 15, 2006 03:11 PM

            Checking Supper's website, it is on their antipasti menu; however, they've got a strange spelling: "bagna caoda."

            http://www.supperrestaurant.com

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