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  • 231 Mott St. Map It
  • NoLIta
  • Italian

Published 09/11/2016

Fodor's Review

The brick-lined front room of this homey Roman eatery in NoLIta is a gathering spot for early-evening happy hour at the bar, where you'll find an appetizing selection of free small bites like frittata, white-bean salad, and ham-and-spinach tramezzini (finger sandwiches). The centerpiece of the large, skylighted back room is a wood-fired oven that turns out crisp, thin-crust pizzas topped with quality ingredients like prosciutto and buffalo mozzarella. Service is solicitous but not speedy, so you can linger over a bottle of wine from the copious selection. House-made pastas like garganelli with pork sausage and house ragù, and entrées like whole roasted fish with grilled lemon, are also excellent.

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231 Mott St., between Prince and Spring Sts., New York, New York, 10012, USA

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Published 09/11/2016


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