NYC

Coco Pazzo

Perfect For: Lunch
NYC

Coco Pazzo

Perfect For: Lunch

The original Coco Pazzo was on the Upper East Side, and it was a place people loved in the 90s. It just reopened, although this time it’s in a big space on Prince Street that’s open for both lunch and dinner daily. During the day, the menu is a mix of simple Italian food like pastas, salads, and sandwiches on focaccias - and besides the pastas, the whole menu is available for takeout from the counter in the back of the restaurant. At night, they focus on seafood appetizers, pastas, and meat-centric entrees. We really like the four-cheese baked rigatoni and the three-pound roasted chicken, which they carve tableside. And the dining room is a good spot for a working lunch, or a nice dinner with a small group.

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