Food and drink
The spot’s premise to bring a taste of Piedmont to New York has been very successful. Standouts include pate de fegato (liver), grilled quail, and risotto with bacon.
A trendy long bar area in the front leads to a small intimate space with a few tables.
The staff are pleasant and explain the small dishes menu well.
On a rather unatmospheric stretch of the Bowery, walking into the pretty space makes for a nice surprise.
A “little something” will set you back US$8-$16, but plates are bigger than you might expect for tapas-style.
Tables to book
Ask for a table in the intimate back room.