Looking for a great Italian spot in the West Village. Someplace that is reasonably easy to get a table. (Not Babbo or Il Mulino)
rocco's on thompson between bleeker and houston
Have tried so many, but we always return to Po'. It's the standard to which we compare all others. Personable service and wonderfully fresh food. Love it!
Lupa (not easy to get a reservation unless you go early), Crispo and Po would be my favorites.
Picollo Angelo on Hudson Street has fantastic food and it is a great value. I think they have the best minestrone soup in NYC.
Crispo, Po, Otto, Lupa
Haven't been there in years. Great suggestion Thanks!
It is a simple place, but consistently great.
I second Po. Also, Bar Pitti and Lupa.
Go to Po. It's a very popular neighborhood WV spot. Enjoy the fresh pastas too.
Agreed re Po.
Malatesta is a great spot.
How hard (or easy) is it to get a table there, say, for early dinner tonight?
Easy. On most nights with two people just walk up and you will have one in 5 minutes max even when it is busy. Larger groups or people coming at a prime time should make a res though.
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