Reviewed by: Christopher Luu

246 Tenth Avenue
at 24th
New York, NY 10001

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Opening Date: Monday, April 1, 1996
Price: $$$

More About Bottino:

Since '96, Danny Emerman and Alessandro Prosperi, the duo behind Bottino has been feeding hungry gallery-goers trad Tuscan fare. And while you may be famished from taking in the art (galleries surround the little resto), make room to take in the garden whether you're in for a real meal or just a few cocktails. Mid-century modern furniture and clean, white walls give the food a chance to shine. The menu's a comfortable list of your favorites (clams with pasta, seared fish) and some items you'll want to add into your dining routine like boar sausage with oricchiette and bucatini amatriciana. Another reason we love Bottino is that they're open to big parties and events, so whether you need a place to fête a special occasion or just have a big group of picky eaters, it's the perfect place to gather.

Score: 4/5
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