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Torrisi

Nolita, Soho

Following the trend of gastronomes flocking to hole-in-the-walls, Sophy Roberts for the FT cites Torrisi, a restaurant in New York City that takes no bookings but is packed three sittings a night. "A sandwich shop by day, the Italian-American menu is changed every evening -- four antipasti, a pasta, a choice of two entrées, a palate-cleansing ice and a cookie plate -- to spectacular effect...." [How to spend it, October 2011]    Its spin-off restaurant, La Carbone, featuring upscale Italian-American food, generated lots of buzz in 2013.  [Read more, NY Times, 10 Best Restaurants for 2013]

Torrisi is a savvy-insider, cool place to eat in New York City, Nolita, Soho, featured and recommended by:
+ Financial Times October 2011"How to spend it: Travelista"
Address: 250 Mulberry St.
Phone: 1 212 865 0955
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