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Restaurants, Italian Chinatown
Bacaro (Photograph: Deniz Ozuygur)
Photograph: Deniz OzuygurBacaro
Bacaro (Photograph: Deniz Ozuygur)
Photograph: Deniz OzuygurBacaro
Bacaro (Photograph: Deniz Ozuygur)
Photograph: Deniz OzuygurBacaro

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Frank DeCarlo (Peasant) has brought a stylish Italian eatery to a weathered strip of Chinatown. Blown-glass chandeliers and a marble bar on the upper floor and a lower level that recalls medieval catacombs are easy on the eyes. (Good luck getting a table—it doesn’t take reservations.) Competent Italian food makes the gamble worthwhile: Pillowy gnocchi with mushrooms nestle in a velvety brown-butter sauce, and fritto misto has loads of tender octopus. Beware weak spots, such as white lasagna with bitter radicchio, and save room for a creamy panna cotta topped with stewed cherries.



Address: 119 Lexington Ave
New York
Cross street: between Ludlow and Orchard Sts
Transport: Subway: F to East Broadway
Price: Average main course: $15. AmEx, MC, V
Opening hours: Tue–Sun 6pm–midnight
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