Piora

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Details
430 Hudson St (at Leroy St)
New York, NY 10014
(212) 960-3801
New American, Cocktail, American
$ $ $ $
Hours
Tue–Wed, Sun: 5:30 PM–10:30 PM Thu–Sat: 5:30 PM–11:30 PM

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  • That timeless work of beef art is the cote de boeuf from Piora in NYC. It's meant for two, but you really shouldn't let that happen. Now watch the video to see how the monster is made.
  • Technique serves deliciousness, rather than distracting from it, in the suckling-pig entre, which is presented like a meat bonbon.
  • Have a drink at the bar first with the exceptional bartenders and elixirs worth it just to watch him chop the ice
  • Grab after dinner drinks at Piora. Try the infused digestifs, like Calvados laced with Honey Crisp apples ($12), or order off-the-menu cognac infused with raisins ($18).
  • the bar, so you can watch. the egg with chicken. the rigatoni. the rohan duck.
  • Elegant West Village restaurant where the creative salads and starters truly shine. We enjoy the front bar area for a less formal atmosphere.
  • In a neighborhood packed with amazing restaurants, this new spot really stands out. Aside from some delicious cocktails, the food is outstanding, especially the monkey bread, bucatini, and the duck.
  • lovely restaurant with good food and great service, but definitely do not be tempted by the cote de boeuf. it's under seasoned and crazy expensive.
  • Start with an order of the monkey bread that's served with both whipped rosemary lardo and seaweed butter. Then order at least one of Cipollone's superlative pastas.
  • must get the P&T for smokey whiskey lovers. Pair with the monkey bread, market veggie apps. Get two of the desserts because they are tiny. #imfat #sogood
  • Order the sunchokes!
  • Zagat says to try the Black garlic bucatini and monkey bread
  • The perfect destination for the next Special Occasion meal in your life
  • The eclectic menu includes things like scallops with chanterelles, duck confit, barbecued octopus, English pea angolotti with truffles, and suckling pig with radish and apples.
  • Have a "Dirty Shanti" to cool down at the bar!
  • Amazing Thursday wine nights!
  • Awarded one star () in the 2016 Michelin Guide for NYC restaurants.
  • Inventive Italian with Asian influences. Pastas especially outstanding!
  • an innovative fusion place. get the tasting menu
  • Bucatini. black garlic, dungeness crab, maitake, & chili goodness