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It’s an Italian-accented café by day, cocktail-fueled hang by night. From restaurateur brothers Tom and Anthony Martignetti (the East Pole, Pizza Beach) comes this Upper East Side hybrid concept dressed like a vintage Riva with a sailcloth awning, saddle-leather chairs and navy-blue lacquered walls. During the day, chef Joseph Capozzi (the East Pole) turns out dishes like poached eggs with whipped ricotta and pesto, burrata with black mission figs, and prosciutto-peach panini with fresh mozzarella and honey. At nighttime, the coffee and pastries are swapped for cocktails and crostini; negronis and spritzes are served from a 10-seat, marble-topped teakwood bar.
964 Lexington Ave
|Cross street:||between 70th and 71st Sts|
|Price:||Average main course: $16|
|Opening hours:||Daily 7am–4pm, 5pm–2am|
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