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248 Mulberry Street, New York, NY
caitlin-young

Two Forks and a Corkscr

Queens

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Answer found helpful by Sheila Mayo and 2 others

Parm is a little bit of a hole-in-the-wall, but it has charm and, most importantly, fantastic food. The cocktails are delicious, the food is amazing, and the portions are generous. The menu is simple, no frills. Just delicious italian food.

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Neha Patel

New York City

Event Coordinator, I research great places to eat for a living

Neha Patel

Yes! I love little Italian hole-in-the-walls. Sounds like a gem!

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Marilyn La Jeunesse

New York City

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Writer & self-proclaimed foodie

Marilyn La Jeunesse

This is right down the street from Da Nico! How have I never seen it before?

Reply about 2 years ago

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Kristel Arabian

Brooklyn

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Ex chef, current culinary recruiter. Angelino living in NYC. Instagram: KrisKracks

Kristel Arabian

Love their Turkey on a roll... also their veggie selection. I always get a plate of 3 different ones like broccoli rabe or cauliflower to start the meal off. You know... as a balance for the sandwich and Ice Cream Cake dessert. Always, with the Ice Cream Cake for dessert.

Reply over 1 year ago

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Gastronami NYC

New York City

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Answer found helpful by Mangal Dev and 1 other

I absolutely LOVE Parm! The veal parm and eggplant parm are my favorites. So excited that their newest location in Brookfield Place will be opening up soon!

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164 Mulberry Street, New York, NY
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Marilyn La Jeunesse

New York City

exploreyourmetro.com

Writer & self-proclaimed foodie

Marilyn La Jeunesse

Writer & self-proclaimed foodie

Answer found helpful by Sheila Mayo and 1 other

After traveling to Italy, I thought no place in America could compare, but then I discovered the gem that is Da Nico. Located in the middle of Little Italy, Da Nico's offers a variety of traditional Italian plates. My favorite is the Ravioli Della Casa, followed by the creamy Rigatoni alla Vodka. Da Nico's food is always fresh and full of flavor. Their servers are kind, quick and wholly amusing (a nice change from the usual NYC service). Although the prices can be a bit overwhelming, they are about average for Little Italy. The best part about Da Nico, by far, is it's free bread as an appetizer and the free Zeppoli's (Italian doughnuts) for dessert. In addition to two floors of seating, Da Nico's also offers garden dining, although this is only open during the warmer months.

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232 Bleecker Street, New York, NY
jerry-hughes

perfected the art of eating

Jerry Hughes

perfected the art of eating

Answer found helpful by Dara Eskandari

My first experience at Trattoria Spaghetto was for a coworker's birthday. They had made reservations a few days in advance, and when we arrived, we were seated promptly. Although it was empty when we arrived, the restaurant became packed as the night progressed. The menu had many options, including veal, for the average NYC price. I decided to order the Penne Broccoli and Zucchini served with garlic and oil, as opposed to the tomato sauce. Best choice I've ever made. The pasta was clearly made fresh, and the vegetables were steamed to perfection. Best Italian food in the city, in my opinion.

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