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The quirky décor with early 1900s objects and carbon filament bulbs is one aspect of this South Williamsburg hangout that attracts droves of loyal patrons. The focused, affordable Italian-accented menu is another. Bulgarian feta, soppressata and mint constitute a modern antipasti, while warm lentils form a satisfying starter when paired with a fig-walnut crouton. Among the mains, the chicken dijonaise has all the hallmarks of a classic bistro plate, but the kitchen takes risks as well, seen in the pork ribs rubbed with herbs de Provence and enlivened by a squeeze of lime. The quarters are tight, and the nightly jazz/swing bands blend well with the rumble of the elevated train outside.


Venue name: Moto
Address: 394 Broadway
Cross street: at Hooper St
Opening hours: Daily 6pm–midnight
Transport: Subway: J, M to Hewes St; G to Broadway
Price: Average main course: $14. Cash only
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Melissa H

The food was not that great, HOWEVER, it doesnt matter. The ambiance alone makes it worth while to check this spot out and have some drinks. Very cool.

Jaime B

I love how this place is decorated. It's a great date spot. It's small, romantic, and there's live music playing softly every night. The bar is really cute, and actually a great bar to sit at alone if you want a drink. The food was awesome. I had fresh pasta ragu and my friend had a veggie burger. I think the owner was our server. Would definitely go back here again.

Katie Jay

Great service, delicious, fresh food and really reasonably priced. Would highly recommend. Yum!