La Lanterna di Vittorio

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La Lanterna di Vittorio
Greenwich Village
Woo your darling by the fire or under the stars at a romantic village spot that has been helping to smooth the course of true love for 28 years. Owner Vittorio Antonini says his restaurant’s 200-year-old garden was once owned by Aaron Burr; its history may appeal to some, but the real draws are the wind rustling through the dense green canopy of apple and cherry trees and the worn walls strung with ivy. (In wintertime, four fireplaces will spark your courting.) Choose a bottle from the extensive wine list to go with light café eats like panini, crostini, smoked duck breast with salad or one of 15 types of thin-crust pizza.
Venue name: La Lanterna di Vittorio
Contact:
Address: 129 MacDougal St
New York
10012-10
Cross street: between 3rd and 4th Sts
Opening hours: Daily 10am–3am
Transport: Subway: A, C, E, B, D, F, V to W 4th St
Price: Average individual pizza: $9. AmEx, DC, Disc, MC, V

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Karim Ti

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I've been there on friday night, It's simply the worst restaurant I've ever been! Everything was wrong , I was there with my family, not even a smile, the table was very dirty... THE FOOD: oil, oil and oil... I know what Italian food is, and it was not!!!! It's a shame to call a Lasagna what they serve, I've been sick all night long!! Run away, there are a lot of good Italian cuisine anywhere else but not there!!