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  • 337 E. 10th St. Map It
  • East Village
  • Italian

Published 06/26/2015

Fodor's Review

Owners Pierluigi Palazzo and Gianluca Giovannetti named their restaurant not after gnocchi but a regional Italian specialty—deep-fried dough bites typically served with Northern Italian sliced meats like capicola, salami, and aged prosciutto. The gnocci are certainly good, but the menu has so many other options you'll be forgiven if you skip them in favor of the house-made pasta specials; pizza topped with mozzarella, truffles, and mushrooms; hearty entrées like pork tenderloin in a balsamic emulsion with flakes of Grana Padano cheese; and salads—preferably all enjoyed in the roomy, canopied garden out back.

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337 E. 10th St., between Aves. A and B, New York, New York, 10009-5034, USA

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  • No lunch weekdays

Published 06/26/2015


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