My wife and I have eaten many times at Scottoditto in Brooklyn and it is a most unusual Italian restaurant. Unlike the Sicilian and Neapolitan cuisine we are used to Scottoditto features a mid-Italy cuisine in a Tuscan farmhouse setting. They many organic dishes in place of the good old pasta and meatballs. Their mushroom pappardelle is superb and I have enjoyed rabbit and lambs head dishes which we true Italians know as cappozelle. Their chef Rafaele is from Italy and has been featured on TV. I am a life long New York Italian of 74 years but have retired and friends of my wife feted us at Scottoditto last Sunday to an incredible farewll dinner. Not just vendor fare but Sausages from Espositos and Lard Bread from Carusos on Court Street. Broccoli Rabe, mushroom pappadelle, reserve wines from Puglia and pastries from Monteleone also on Court Street. The real deal for we Italian-Americans and a evening not to be forgotten.
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