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IL-BUCO

Il Buco Alimentari & Vineria

Recommended by: Jonathan Waxman (Chef/Owner, Barbuto), John DeLucie (Executive Chef, The Lion), Linda Rodin (Creator of Rodin Olio Lusso), Timon Balloo (Chef, Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill), Rachel Comey (Fashion Designer), Richard Kuo (Co-Owner/Chef, Pearl & Ash), Nancy Novogrod (Editor-in-Chief, Travel + Leisure), Linda Wells (Editor-in-Chief, Allure), Aurelie Bidermann (Jewelry Designer)

Cuisine: Italian. Price: $$$. Location: Manhattan, Noho.

This spot has a marketplace feel and is a spinoff of the beloved Il Buco. With authentic Italian gourmet foods (both in a grocery style setting, and a sitdown setting) it’s a rustic delight in the heart of Noho. Some of our favorites are the Slow-Roasted Short Rib Panini, the Tuscan Kale Panini and the Brussels Sprouts Salad. Make a Reservation.

“Il Buco Alimentari is just good.” – Jonathan Waxman

“For dinner, I’d go to Il Buco Alimentari for Crispy Artichokes with Preserved Lemon and Bucatini Cacio e Pepe.”- Nancy Novogrod (Editor-in-Chief, Travel + Leisure)

Part of Linda Wells’s (Editor-in-Chief, Allure) Ideal Food Day: Their aperol spritz and the gem lettuce with pickled onions, anchovies, and tarragon—an insanely crisp, salty, and acidic stack of greens.

“Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria has a wonderful charm and serves fresh, authentic Italian food and is really a great place to go with friends.” – Aurelie Bidermann (Jewelry Designer)

www.ilbucovineria.com

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