I can't get a decent chicken parm near 6th Ave and Broome St to save my life. Can somebody make a recommendation?
Thanks in advance.
Parm or Rubirosa-both great choices, Parm has amazing cocktails and ice cream cake.
There is a new place called Galli on Mercer near Broome. Haven't been but according to Grub St. they have a whole section on the menu devoted to Parm. Would love to hear a report back if you go.
Galli's a bit of a mess.
Try Alleva on Grand Street
Is Faicco's too far for you?
Ooooh Faicco's is anEXCELLENT suggestion. See? This is why I come here. I might try to do a call-in on Parm too.
Across the street from Parm, Rubirosa has an excellent chicken parm as well.
One word: Parm.
I'm not waiting on line for chicken.
Im fairly certain ive seen people picking up called-in orders, if that is an option for you.
They're really not THAT busy for weekday lunch. There are usually seats at the bar. If not, get it to go and eat in the little park down the street.
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