Bacaro

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Details
136 Division St (at Ludlow St.)
New York, NY 10002
(212) 941-5060
Italian, Wine Bar
$ $
Hours
Mon, Wed–Thu, Sun: 6:00 PM–Midnight Tue: 5:00 PM–Midnight Fri–Sat: 6:00 PM–2:00 AM
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  • Menu leaves a bit to be desired and they're unwilling to make even the smallest of changes to accomodate anyone.
  • The vongole will make ur eyes wet w joy. And pain that you'll never produce anything as delicious in your entire miserable and tiny little life. Eat it and weep motherfucker.
  • Recommended: Carciofi - stuffed artichoke.
  • Order the Gnocchi con funghi, tiramisu and a glass of wine. The candle lit basement is pretty cavelike and awesome.
  • Ordered the two margaritas on the menu and the bartender suggested that we get them with their house infused jalapeo tequila. Unreal. They were really wonderful. And so was the bartender!
  • An outpost on the border between chinatown and your memory. Sit downstairs and share a bowl of gnocchi.
  • Definitely visit on a snowy evening.
  • The artichoke is very hectic
  • One of the most romantic restaurants in the city. Sit downstairs and order the duck ragu or the radicchio lasagna. But I would feel confident that most of the menu is great.
  • For dungeon-style fine dining, head downstairs to a candlelit alcove.
  • The Pork Shank (Stinco!!) was great, very tender and delicious. Meatballs were tinier than expected and riceballs were larger, both were good but we were surprised they didn't come with any sauce.
  • get your friends at the table to try the spaghetti nero made w/squid ink. smile at each other. the one with the blackest teeth wins.
  • Get the manhattan and gnocchi - top notch
  • DO NOT get the stuffed artichoke.
  • Try the Crispy Pork Confit - Very crispy indeed
  • The food is incredible
  • Try the Panna Cotta
  • A hearty day of LES gallery-going should be rewarded with a hearty Northern Italian meal. Downtown types swill wine (at every price point) late into the night. Get the polpette: experience heaven.
  • Downstairs is a cozy candlelit cave. Food is tasty, ambience is sweet. My friend vomited everywhere here once, but they forgave us with grace and understanding. (sorry about that)
  • Great atmosphere and pasta. If you like really spicy jalapeo tequila they have that too!