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This authentic Italian osteria is bringing Apulian cuisine to NoMad in a big way. Less pizza by the slice and more fine dining with suited waiting staff, the strip-backed restaurant offers up a taste of the southern Italian region famous for olive oil, burrata and, of course, the spot's namesake – the Cardoncello mushroom. The funghi is used in a number of its dishes (and is the only place in the city to try it), while the likes of homemade pasta, pan seared fish and slowly braised beef make up the rest of the menu.
As with any eatery focusing on Italian cuisine, the food is only half the story—and Cardoncello Divino is no different. The restaurant has an extensive wine selection, with more than 150 specially selected bottles stored in its open cellars, and a sommelier is on hand to provide diners with pairings. And with a cocktail list featuring a smoked negroni, they aim to transport your tastebuds to the Apulian coast with every bite and sip.
43 W 27th St
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 12:00pm - 3:00pm; Mon-Sat 4:30pm - 10:30pm|
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