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Giorgione

Restaurants, Italian West Village
Giorgione
Giorgione

Time Out says

The clattering of silverware against plates, the hum of lively conversations—these are the sounds that spill out onto the Spring Street sidewalk from Giorgione, a stylish yet nonchalant eatery and a hit with west Soho denizens. The restaurant’s owned by Giorgio DeLuca of Dean and DeLuca fame, so diners would expect the highest quality ingredients. Yet while a deliciously charred pizza topped with luscious bresaola and peppery arugula, and oysters from the raw bar—a fixture at any Euro-fab eatery—induce moans of pleasure, the grilled veal chop can be riddled with pockets of fat, and the duck ragù coating a nicely al dente pasta can be bland and watery. But if you can tolerate the inconsistency, the scene (and the pizza) are worth it.

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Address: 307 Spring St
New York
10013-13
Cross street: at Hudson St
Transport: Subway: C, E to Spring St
Price: Average main course: $22. AmEx, MC, V
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Opening hours: Mon–Thu noon–3pm, 6–11pm; Fri noon–3pm, 6pm–midnight; Sat 6pm–midnight; Sun noon–10pm
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