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Coco Pazzo

Coco Pazzo

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Coco Pazzo Review

The spread of antipasti that greets you upon entrance into this Tuscan-inspired restaurant is a sign of good things to come. Coco Pazzo serves lusty, aggressively seasoned fare, such as homemade pasta with rabbit ragu, venison with pine nuts and currants, and wood-grilled Florentine steaks. Stop in at lunch for pizzas fresh from the wood-fired oven. The discreet but professional service goes far toward softening the open loft setting of exposed-brick walls and wood floors, but the scene is rather formal. The well-rounded, exclusively Italian wine list is impressive: Wine Spectator has lauded its selection ranging from popular to boutique producers.

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
  • No lunch weekends.
Updated: 06-11-2013

Fodorite Reviews

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    Fair food good service!

    My wife and I ate their for dinner on a Sunday. Both of meals were OK but were nothing special. My wife had then gnocchi with boar and I had the shrimp with squid ink pasta. The tartufo dessert was pretty good. I was a little disappointed with the meal as Fodor highly touted this place.

    by AlpacaHunter, 3/4/08

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