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Where to get great stewed tripe (Italian sytle)

UES Mayor Oct 7, 2007 06:01 AM

Dont want to stand in line at Babbo-i want the real savory tomato style-help!

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    ratatosk RE: UES Mayor Oct 7, 2007 01:58 PM

    Well, you could stand in line at Al Di La down in Brooklyn, instead. I haven't had the tripe at Babbo, but I think the savory tomato style tripe I had at Al Di La was probably the best tripe I've ever eaten.

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    1. re: ratatosk
      joeyBK RE: ratatosk Oct 20, 2007 02:03 PM

      the best sicilian style tripe is at Frank and Sal's Salumeria on 18th ave and 80th st in Bensonhurst

    2. Deenso RE: UES Mayor Oct 20, 2007 05:54 PM

      I saw tripe on the regular menu at A Voce last night. Here's the description: Country-Style Tuscan Tripe borlotti, tomato, fried duck egg. I don't know if that's the dish you're looking for, since I've never had tripe, but maybe it's worth investigating.

      1. Miss Needle RE: UES Mayor Oct 22, 2007 03:54 PM

        Bar Pitti has a decent version.

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