Visited this fine West Village restaurant which has a great Vibe, real good service, a great bar and the best food. Split the small size black pepper pasta as an appetizer which was rich and delicious with a back of the mouth kick. I then had the braised beef, which is slow cooked in chianti wine and it was as soft as short ribs but without all the fat. The flavor was mellow, almost sweet and delicious. The martinis my group had were all well made, which brings me to the wine issue. They have great wines but the pricing was 100% more than you would expect to pay in a restaurant. A Corvo normally an inexpensive wine from Sicily, was over $70 a bottle. Wines by the glass started at $18 and went up to twice that for a 5 ounce pour. Italian food this good needs a good red wine. I would go there again in a minute because the food is worth it, but be prepared for the wine prices.
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