At Trattoria Italienne in NYC’s Flatiron, Northern Italian meets Southern France with standout dishes like Venetian-style spaghetti with head-on shrimp and fluffy gnocchi with bacon and gorgonzola.
It’s certainly not news that the Bowery has experienced a metamorphosis, but it can still be a shock to those who knew the Bowery in its dire days, that they can dine in a restaurant like Faustina in the Cooper Square Hotel, which is a far cry from the lodgings of the Bowery’s colorful past.
I think Little Italy is in desperate need of a revival. And though newcomer Civetta isn’t on the main drag of Mulberry Street, it’s close enough to skip those red-sauced restaurants. Read my review on Papermag.com Follow thenyckitchen!