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“What a pleasant lunch.”
Review of Focacceria - CLOSED

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Focacceria
Price range: $15 - $20
Cuisines: Italian
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Dining style: Casual Dining
Neighborhood: Greenwich Village
Cross street: Bleecker
Transit: Subway A, B, C, D, E, F, M, R, 1, 6.
Description: Focacceria is a cozy & intimate restaurant offering great Italian cuisine.
Reviewed June 29, 2012

My daughter, granddaughter, and I were walking from Washington Square Park looking for a nice restaurant to sit outside and have lunch--preferably an Italian deli or sandwich shop. A group of tourists who had just eaten here said it was great. So, we took them at their word and they were right! We shared a salad, a sandwich and an appetizer--it was a lot of food, way more than we needed. The salad and appetizer were "okay", but the sandwich was delicious and we will definitely go back if we are in the neighborhood againl

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Thank daisypat1
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Reviewed June 2, 2012

Wish we lived here so we could come back again and again. Friendly waiter whose expertise helped us to choose incredible entrees. The wild mushroom ravioli was our favorite.

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Thank Susan M
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Reviewed January 26, 2012

I went to Focacceria on MacDougal Street in Greenwich Village for lunch. While the food was very good and the waitress was excellent, a Spanish radio station was playing for patrons to hear while dining. This is totally inappropriate in an Italian restaurant. The cooks were Hispanic as is the owner, but this was in no way acceptable for these individuals to force their culture where is does not belong on patrons who do not come to an Italian restaurant for Hispanic culture. Either play Italian or American music, or no music at all. There are many excellent authentic Italian restaurants in the village - go to them and skip Focacceria.

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3  Thank MikeFromQueensNYC
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Reviewed January 16, 2012

We met a friend there and the food was amazing. The homeade breads to start with melt in your mouth. Then the pastas were fresh and tasted delicious. We were going to the comedy store next door and didn't think we had time for dessert, but I am glad we decided to try the homade tirimisu. I don't even like tirimisu, but this tasted wonderful. If we wern't in a hurry I would of ordered another piece! Great food and atmosphere!!!

Thank smcfamily
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Reviewed January 9, 2012

This place has the best focaccia (hence the name) and the sandwiches are delightful. This place is also not terribly expensive, so it's a nice place to stop in for a quick bite to eat.

Thank ml849567
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