You could totally stop by this market to pick up some almond cookies from Tuscany or a ball of smoked scamorza from Puglia, but you should definitely stick around and have lunch. We recommend eating downstairs at the cafe, where tables are scattered among the merchandise, so you might end up seated by boxes of risotto or bottles of single-batch bourbon as you share a spread of pizza and pasta. Upstairs, which has a full bar and a selection of wood-fired steaks, is more formal, but there’s still a kids menu to keep the littles occupied when you need a martini and steak to recover from a full day of Big Bird’s Twirl 'N' Whirl.
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