Food and drink
It's standard Italian fare but made with care and love. Everything is savory and flavorful and I've never been disappointed. The wine list is small but carefully chosen to match the food.
I liked the spicy Crystal Valley chicken with cannellini beans. My friends chose several pasta dishes with the orecchiette with pork sausage being their favorite. The mixed beets with Greek yogurt is also my favorite appetizer.
Rustic and casual; it has a very welcoming atmosphere and you'll see a lot of locals here. Manhattanites head here if they've stayed overnight in the area.
Service can be a bit slow at times but the staff are eager to please, so I tend to cut them a little slack.
On a bustling street in Williamsburg's south side. It's close to the subway and there are plenty of places at which to enjoy an after-dinner drink.
Dinner is about $50-$60 for two. Brunch is better, in my opinion, and is about $20 cheaper for two. The Eggs Benedict or Florentine brunch special includes coffee and a cocktail and is only $15 per person.
Tables to book
The outdoor garden is the place to be year-round. It's really romantic and cozy.
The owners opened a branch in Soho in 2007.
- No fuss