Row 1

567 Union Ave (at Frost St)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 576-3095
Italian, Café
$ $ $
Mon–Sun: 5:30 PM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Step 1: Get the cacio e pepe frittelle as a starter. Step 2: Celebrate your incredible life choices.
  • Definitely get the squash app and mafaldini which is an al dente lovers dream. Skip the cauliflower (undercooked). Fritelle cacio e Pepe a good fried treat no doubt but foursquare overloving it
  • Some of the best Italian food I've had in the city for an incredibly decent price. Ball out and get a bottle of wine without breaking the bank.
  • Delicious! Not to miss: scallops, cacio e pepe frittelle, & hazelnut chocolate soft served gelato
  • Everything on the menu !
  • Truly the best bang for your buck out there. This is going to sound pretentious, but the scallops were exceptional, and the Mafaldini was one of the best pasta dishes I've ever had. A must try
  • You can get gelato to go from the back entrance.
  • The rigatoni is an absolute standout but everything else here is also
  • Still weeping after that amazing Malfadini. Get that and Cacio e Pepe fritelle as app with the olive oil cake to finish.
  • Must try chestnut pistachio crostini
  • Obama's favorite Chef, Missy Robbins, is opening a fresh Italian restaurant in Brooklyn focusing on handmade pastas, seafood and meat.
  • Mafaldini had too much peppercorn, though it certainly is instagrammable, the blowfish tails were good but tiny, artichoke was meh, mozzarella pretty good... the only thing I LOVED was the fritelle.
  • Get the artichoke, its to die for.
  • absolutely beautiful! everything we tried was amazing! especially blown away by the clams and ravioli! worth the money
  • Worth the wait and the insane reservations. The thing to get here is pasta and bread. Portions of pasta are larger than expected
  • Artichoke, olive oil cake, pasta pasta pasta
  • clams, pasta, EVERYTHING
  • Ramp butter and focaccia
  • Good ambiance. We sat at the bar and ordered: the clams, the sardines toast, the mozzarella toast, Mafaldini and the Agnoloti. The food was very average IMO and hyped up. I had higher expectations.