photo credit: Esther's Kitchen
Dishes like beef cheek cacio e pepe agnolotti and rigatoni carbonara have made this Italian spot somewhere both high-power execs and downtown artists come for a meal. All of the pastas are made in house and most dishes cost between $20-30. We can never get enough of the homemade sourdough bread that comes in eight variations (go with a group and get them all). Just be sure to save room for dessert—particularly, the smooth butterscotch budino served with whiskey caramel, honeycomb, and whipped cream.
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