Need help finding a good rustic italian restaurant for my anniversary dinner.Neighborhood is not important but authentic and somewhat romantic is.Thanks in advance.
Love, love, love Il Buco on Bond Street, which I just suggested for a pre- or post-proposal query.
-----Il Buco47 Bond St., New York, NY 10012
Second (or third) the choices so far, but check out Uva (www.uvawinebarnewyork.com) @ 77th and 2nd. Web site has plenty of photos; see if it fits your bill. Good food, v extensive winelist.
-----Uva1486 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10021
-----Crispo240 W 14th St, New York, NY 10011
I would second Crispo for the food but it is not exactly romantic, more lively and boisterous.
dito. great food, but not romantic.
-----Pepolino281 W Broadway, New York, NY 10013
Peasant might work as well (owner of Apizz is also a partner at Peasant if I recall)
-----Apizz217 Eldridge St., New York, NY 10002
that was the other place I was trying to think of the name. either are good choices although prefer the food at Apizz
Seconded. Their wood burning oven is gorgeous!
And I'll 3rd Apizz. Love the ambiance there.
Also, just had dinner at L'Artusi tonight (little sister to dell'anima) and it was fantastic ... far and away better than our meal at Crispo earlier this week.
and I'll 4th it. Went there for a date and we were so utterly amazed with the food and service. So cozy, too! Don't let the neighborhood turn you back!
Apizz would be a good option.
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