This West Village restaurant is a basement-level retreat of a Tuscan farmhouse, offering simple and hearty cuisine. Piadina are a specialty of Italy's Emilia Romagna region. The thin flat bread is cooked on an earthenware plate and served with prosciutto, cheese and arugula, making a sandwich of sorts. Entrees include Italian favorites like Chicken Cacciatore, linguine in oil and garlic, cheese ravioli, or the recommended seared ahi tuna. The wine list is regional and inexpensive. The rural farmhouse look comes complete with wood tables, stucco walls and timber beams. Cash only.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 05:30 PM to 11:30 PM
- Nearest Train: 9th Street