We were desperately craving Italian food, and since it was moderately-priced as well as a NY Magazine Critics' Pick restaurant, we knew it would be a great option. The restaurant is almost a hole in the wall, since it is located on a relatively unpopulated and quiet side street in the bustling East Village. It had a cozy and quaint feel to it, as a result of its small size and due to the fact that it was completely lit by candlelight. I sincerely apologize for the quality of the upcoming photos due to the dimly lit restaurant in which I did not want to use the flash on my camera.
I started off with a glass of Pinot Grigio, while everyone else had water. Looking back, I guess I have no problem drinking alone!
|Lauren and Zach|
After much internal debate, I ordered the sweet pea ravioli with cream sauce and a hint of mint, and boy, was I pleased with my dish! It was absolutely delicious, and I could have had a second helping after I cleared my plate!
I will definitely come back to this cozy and delicious restaurant in the near future!
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Question of the Day:
Do you have a favorite restaurant that is not well known? I am always looking for interesting restaurants in new places!