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Girls night in parkslope/ cobble hill area

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Hello,

Looking for a great cozy italian place for a girls night on a Friday night ! Usually go to Al di La but the wait is forever ...whats better with great food and a cozy atmosphere?

All suggestions greatly appreciated!!!!!!!!!! Thanks in Advance!
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  1. Not sure how many of you there are, but Brucie (http://www.brucienyc.com/) is a nice, small place that recently opened. They have great food (based on one time there) and if there are enough you may be able to reserve one of the semi-private back tables. Definitely cozy. Not sure what the alcohol scene is, if that matters to you.

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    1. re: Mike11201

      there are 4 of us - we like to drink a little bit so thats not our main concern - but we love great pasta and bread - some delicious appetizers - this place looks really cute - THANKS!

      1. re: dolya

        I'll second Brucie, the back room would be perfect, it's currently BYO. Wife & and I have been once a week for the last 2 months and love the food.

    2. Convivium Osteria, on Fifth Avenue at Bergen. Italian, Spanish and Portuguese. Great cozy atmosphere, really good food.

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      Convivium Osteria
      68 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217

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      1. re: cavafan

        Aliseo would also be good for a small group. definitely cozy and good.

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        Aliseo
        665 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238

      2. What about Fragole on Court Street? More Carroll Gardens than Park Slope, but the food's solid (I always order the tagliata, but have tried the tilapia, which I've enjoyed, and heard others swear by their gnocchi). The atmosphere's cozy and lively at the same time, and he manager, Sebastian, is a charmer. I had a girls' dinner here recently with some college friends and they loved the place.