Posto is a casual spot in Gramercy where you can sit down and eat a good thin-crust pizza. They also serve some smaller things like garlic bread and bruschetta, plus a couple of different salads and pastas, and basic (but good) desserts like a warm chocolate chip cookie topped with ice cream. The space has a bunch of little tables and booths, as well as a bar where you can dine solo, and there’s sidewalk seating in the summertime. Stop by for a weeknight meal when you don’t want to spend an amount of money that’ll make you regret leaving the house - and try to make it for Happy Hour, when you get a free cheese pizza with a pitcher of beer or bottle of wine.
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