L'Art Opening

Italian Comfort Food in the West Village

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You know your way around a bar. In fact, that may be the understatement of the century.

So we thought we'd point you in the direction of a new restaurant filled to the brim with bars (a brilliant notion), each serving you a single delicacy. L'Artusi, brought to you by the gents behind Dell'Anima, opens in the West Village tomorrow.

At first glance, L'Artusi is a breezy, simple, light-filled townhouse of an Italian restaurant—which means you could certainly bring a date, settle in the sky-lit upstairs dining room and while away the evening on Valpolicella and Braised Calf Belly.

But upon further inspection (by your trained, bar-loving eye), you'll treat yourself to a different type of experience, an upscale Italian pub-crawl of sorts (subtract tequila shots, add Limoncello shooters). The main room is set up perfectly as a succession of white marble bars: Your first stop is the booze bar where you'll get your hands on a glass of vino and keep moving toward the next slab, this time digging in to some aged parmesan at the cheese bar (expertly curated by a Casellula vet).

By the time you get to the crudo bar (and snack on some hamachi in the process) facing a massive open kitchen, you'll be ready for something a little heartier (try the Wagyu Tongue and some Pizzocheri pasta) before closing out the evening.

And by closing out the evening, we mean more Limoncello...


228 W. 10th St
(between Bleecker and Hudson)
West Village
New York, NY, 10014


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