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With it’s rich, red-sauced Italian heritage, New York is one of the only cities that can boast representation of Italy's many diverse regions, from Roman fare at Maialino to Sicilian specialties at Sessanta Ristorante. Now the team behind Chelsea's Eolo brings you a 130-seat shrine to the paradisiacal Isle of Capri, trimmed with blue-and-white accents, ceramic tiles and photos of 1960s icons Jackie Onassis and Valentino strolling the island's cobbled streets. The menu skews toward seafood-heavy fare such as salmon baked in a potato crust and a grigliata di pesce, with grilled shrimp, calamari and a half lobster over pasta. Along with the pesce, the menu features brick-oven pizzas, large-meat offerings like a grilled veal chop with rosemary potatoes and traditional Italian cocktails spiked with Campari and limoncello.
145 Mulberry St
|Cross street:||Between Grand and Hester Streets|
|Price:||Average main course: $22|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thu 11:30am–11pm; Fri & Sat 11:30am–12am, Sun 11:30am-11pm|
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