Bevacco

Italian, Bar
$ $ $
60 Henry St (at Cranberry Street)
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 624-1444
Monday
11:30am - 12:00am
Tuesday
11:30am - 12:00am
Wednesday
11:30am - 12:00am
Thursday
11:30am - 12:00am
Friday
11:30am - 12:00am
Saturday
10:00am - 12:00am
Sunday
10:00am - 12:00am

Tips

  • Be warned!!! Service is really slow .. Hihly under seasoned .. Bring salt and your own olive oil
  • portions a little small but pastas are delicious and service is attentive and welcoming.
  • Do Not Patronize this establishment! The owner of this restaurant is a tax cheat. He employs illegal undocumented workers who don't speak English. all of his Executive Chefs have quit.
  • I enjoyed everything about this place - pasta, wine recos, prices. Amazing!
  • Carbonara is the best
  • Not worth it: it's just decent but not even close to being a place I'd suggest. One of the most meaningless brunches I've ever had in NYC. Plus it's a bit pricey for what you get.
  • Great for a calm after (or during) work drink and bite.
  • Tile floors, patina-frosted mirrors, and twinkling lights adorn this old world-style haven for handmade pastas and late night desserts.
  • The egg yolk Tatar is simply to die for, but it's best paired with the fish tongue pt.
  • Delicious. Great wines. Excellent pasta. Some of the friendliest service in all of Brooklyn. (Shouldn't have '$$$$' - prices are totally reasonable.)
  • Service is beyond rude. Even for an Italian place. Avoid if you can.
  • Consistently delicious & fresh Italian, plus the most beautiful marble bar! Portions are sort of small & service can be very slow, but the food makes me return regardless!
  • Order a Chocolate Jubilee at the bar: Cafe Patron, chocolate and coffee. It's my new favorite drink.
  • Food is inconsistent. My advice would be to stick to the fresh made pasta and saddle up to the bar for a glass of wine. If Marsh is tending bar, all I can say is trust him.
  • Focaccia bread that they give you here is delicious although they ignored my request for seconds :-(
  • Great beer menu.
  • Has a truly epic marble bar! Some really nice draft beers, try the "Delirium Nocturnum"
  • Nice wine list and the pasta is SPECTACULAR
  • My favorite neighborhood spot. I don't understand why it's not crowded ALL THE TIME! Hint: order Cacio e Pepe with Bucatini instead of spaghetti. Life changed. You're welcome.
  • Our go-to brunch spot on weekends because its a large space very accommodating if you have kids. Super charming with a great staff and consistently great menu!

Nearby places

38 Henry St (btw Cranberry & Middagh Sts)
Brooklyn Bridge
62 Henry St (btwn Orange St & Cranberry St)