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Aurora is an excellent Williamsburg Italian restaurant that serves delicious hand-made pasta and fresh burrata. Other than the friendly staff, the occasional salsa music on the playlist, and the watermelon sangria, you would think Aurora was a Williamsburg cousin of Supper. And as you would expect from a place reminiscent of those East Village favorites, Aurora’s solid food and charm make it a great First/Early in the Game Date - just swing them by the ATM first since it’s cash only.

But the real notable feature at Aurora is the garden. A huge, partially-covered, and well-greened patio makes this one of Williamsburg’s best Outdoor/Patio Situations. On prime days, just make sure to reserve ahead of time if you want a table outside, or be prepared to wait.

Food Rundown

Buratta with Truffles

One of the antipasti specials, this was a fresh burrata with what seemed to be a half-pound of black truffle shaved on it. Seriously, look at that thing. I was expecting everything I ate to taste like truffles for days after this, but somehow you could hardly tell they were there. Strange. The mozzarella was delicious, but I felt duped.

Insalata d’Anguria

A watermelon salad with feta cheese and olives. That’s a winning combination in our book, and this salad was no exception.

Eggplant Caponata

Strongly recommended by our waiter and severely disappointing, this pot of eggplant was way too sweet. Don’t do it.

Fettuccine al Limone

This dish is perfect. We love pastas tossed in lemon and nuts, and this thing was incredible. Thick cut fresh fettuccine in a lemony sauce and some pine nuts for crunch. We’re coming back for this dish alone.

La Pasta al Bolognese

Another amazing pasta dish from the specials menu, this time with an delicious bolognese sauce. Simple does the job.

Pesce alla’lsolana

A market fish filet with white wine, tomato, and olives. We had branzino, and it was delicate and tasty, though didn’t quite pack the wow factor that the pastas did.

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