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Italian Restaurants in New York City

Posted by Gabrielle Ricci on May 16, 2018 7:15:00 PM
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It's time for me to tell you about the great venues on our site. This time around, the focus is Italian...because who doesn't love authentic Italian food? There are quite a lot of Italian restaurants in New York City, but we prefer the ones on our site. Here are two different venues with two different vibes so you can have a few options the next time you're looking to take clients out to dinner.

MAMOBar area at MAMO

Italian charm meets the New York restaurant scene on West Broadway at MAMO. Ideal for business meetings and cocktail parties, this enchanting venue will make events feel like experiences. The multi-level restaurant takes you on a European adventure, and you can taste your way through Italy with their elegant dishes. If you’re taking clients out for lunch or dinner, you’ll be pleased with their reasonably priced prix-fixe menus. Most importantly, the staff understands Italian charm and hospitality. From the beginning of your dining experience to the end, expect to be treated like family. What's the holdup? Book your next event at MAMO.

Bread & Tulips

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For a rustic take on Italian cuisine, Bread & Tulips is another VB favorite. If you’re a lover of brick oven pizza and homemade pasta (who isn’t?), you’ll be happy that those are among their specialties. With a wine list that’s almost exclusively Italian and an emphasis on fresh ingredients, the quality of food is matched by the staff’s warm hospitality. Bread & Tulips offers a variety of spaces to accommodate any event. The Wine Alcove is perfect for smaller gatherings, while the Parkside Lounge is an ideal spot to host friends or colleagues for cocktails. When it warms up, book the rooftop to soak up some much-awaited vitamin D.

So there ya have it. Two Italian restaurants for when you're looking for a city escape. Want to see some of out other venues? Check out our site! 

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Topics: New York City