(Now Closed)
Spanish Restaurant and Italian Restaurant$$$$
Williamsburg, Brooklyn
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  • Olivia P.
    Olivia PAugust 19, 2016
    Permanently closed.
  • Adam P.
    Adam PoswolskyMarch 26, 2016
    Loved the Risotto. Churrasco and Branzino were also a hit!
  • Nancy A.
    Nancy AckenhausenFebruary 22, 2015
    Prix fixe menu is always a great deal (3 courses for $33). Service is always very very good
  • Chelsea
    ChelseaNovember 22, 2014
    Excellent brunch. Service is a little slow but no wait like the other hot spots in the area:
  • Saadiq R.
    Saadiq Rodgers-KingSeptember 20, 2014
    Been here 10+ times
    Love brunch here. Been going for years. The food is excellent. Service is great. It also doesn't seem to be as crowded as other places. I like the oatmeal as well as the polenta and poached eggs. 👍
  • Kev S.
    Kev SkinnyAugust 14, 2014
    This place has some nice tapas options.
  • Evan B.
    Evan BartlettAugust 9, 2014
    Good wine selection, fresh creative pastas and seafood. This is the place you've walked by a dozen times and never gone in, the food is worth it
  • WhistlePig W.
    WhistlePig WhiskeyOctober 19, 2013
    Ever heard of tepache? Neither have we, but it's made in house from pineapple skins and is delicious when combined with rye whiskey.
  • Navnit K.
    Navnit KundraJuly 22, 2013
    Adorable little restaurant. Great music selection and ambiance. Had the torta de polla and it was delicious! Light and refreshing.
  • Matthew O.
    Matthew O'HearnJuly 14, 2013
    I really enjoyed the Italian/Mexican concept. The garganelli and octupus salad were excellent.
  • Jacqueline A.
    Octopus salad is super delicious. The service is fantastic; everyone is helpful, approachable and knowledgeable.
  • Carrie F.
    Carrie FranklinApril 28, 2013
    The Frittata was amazing.
  • Food Network
    Food NetworkMarch 15, 2013
    Going non-alcoholic? The restaurant serves an assortment of homemade sodas worth trying (flavors include Fennel and Passion Fruit). Via CityEats.com Read more
  • Irene H.
    Irene HakesFebruary 3, 2013
    They don't take the 50% off scoutmob deal anymore
  • Jean L.
    Jean LiderFebruary 3, 2013
    Don't sit by the door! It's freezing inside! Never took my coat off!
  • Melanie T.
    Melanie TravisSeptember 25, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    The prix-fixe dinner is a steal, get it!
  • Juliette D.
    Juliette Dallas-FeeneySeptember 24, 2012
    The ñoqui verde potato kale dumplings w/ chipotle braised chicken is incredible.
  • vincent l.
    vincent la vecchiaSeptember 2, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    If they have the sweet corn soup special ORDER IT!
  • Joe B.
    Joe BoccioAugust 31, 2012
    The pappardelle is pretty good
  • Loren L.
    Loren LaiJuly 28, 2012
    Pretty good service! Don't feel like being rushed out like many crowded restaurants in the neighborhood. Like their detail oriented table setting. Food is not bad.
  • Daniela A.
    Daniela AsaroJuly 24, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    Amazing for both brunch and dinner. Their polenta is one of the best. Pastas are made fresh and delicious. Sometimes service is slow but the food is worth the wait.
  • Abigail P.
    Abigail PurcellJuly 11, 2012
    Sit at bar if possible
  • Abigail P.
    Abigail PurcellJuly 11, 2012
    The polenta and kale salad are delicious. Try to snag a seat at the bar. Super friendly staff, and lovely drinks.
  • Hillel
    HillelJune 14, 2012
    Amazing food. Get the tagliatelle
  • DJ Cato
    DJ CatoMay 15, 2012
    Been here 25+ times
    Scott C. is pathetic & Williamsburg's #1 loser.
  • 7th.List
    7th.ListDecember 19, 2011
    The wide-stripped pappardelle makes a fitting host for a thick mole poblano ragu with bits of braised short ribs sticking to the pasta's skin. Read more
  • Pat N.
    Pat NakajimaNovember 2, 2011
    The pappardelle.
  • Kirsten G.
    Kirsten GronbergSeptember 25, 2011
    Do NOT pass this place up for brunch. It's delicious!
  • Helena B.
    Helena BlankJuly 18, 2011
    Been here 50+ times
    Try the new gnocchi for summer, frah vegi's and potato carrot dumpling, yummy!
  • Annie C.
    Annie Caton WongMay 23, 2011
    Definitely try the pappardelle with mole lamb ragu and the quill pasta with sausage. This is the best restaurant in the 'hood.
  • Katz
    KatzMay 14, 2011
    Everything about this place was perfect until immediately after our dinner when we got super sick :(
  • Matthew M.
    Matthew MoogJanuary 30, 2011
    The pasta with the truffle oil may be the best meal on the planet.
  • saehoon l.
    saehoon leeDecember 12, 2010
    Skirt steak is a must. Octopus salad is light and refreshing
  • Zbigniew R.
    Zbigniew RokoszDecember 5, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    Sloooow service. It's as if there's only one burner and 1/2 a cook. WAKE UP MIRANDA!! speed it up or we will eat elsewhere!
  • Seven of 9.
    Seven of 9December 5, 2010
    Scrambled salmon eggs are fresh, full of flavor and fluffy....Hmmmm Hmmmm.
  • Jen V.
    Jen VOctober 31, 2010
    The ñoqui is hands down the best brunch meal in bk
  • Sasha M.
    Sasha MirandaAugust 5, 2010
    Try the prix fixe menu available Sunday-Thursday, 3 courses for just $25!! Read more
  • fresh pepper
    fresh pepperAugust 2, 2010
    Summer Sonnellino ($5 small plates and wines by the glass) runs through the end of summer! Stop by M-F from 3-6pm. *they are closed Tuesdays Read more
  • jason h.
    jason hartyJune 22, 2010
    Garganelli. It's no longer the antagonist from The Smurfs. So good!
  • jason h.
    jason hartyMarch 20, 2010
    any pasta! so good. short ribs are nearly illeagally delicious.
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