I have yet to meet an Andrew Carmellini restaurant that I didn’t like. This is a very large space but is very warm and inviting and the design makes it feel more intimate. Perhaps one of my favorite spaces so far this year. If I lived in Williamsburg I would be a regular at the large bar. As I don’t this may become a regular stop before shows at Brooklyn Bowl.
Italian butter bean dip with wild mushroom sott’aceto
Mussels & clams, italian beer, pepperoni
Smoked beets, pistachio, ricotta salata
Artichokes alla gricia, duck egg, guanciale
18th avenue – mushrooms, parmigiano-reggiano, basil
Penne pugliese, rabbit, black kale, chickpea
Sicilian pistachio cake, olive oil ice cream