Restaurants, Italian West Village
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Restaurateur Massimo Lusardi (Uva) and chef Mark Barrett (Babbo) showcase the cuisine of Italy at this 64-seat canteen, decorated with brass light fixtures and a cherrywood mantel. The menu draws inspiration from all over the country, featuring dishes like fennel-flecked white shrimp, carrot-and-chive tagliatelle and scallops with sunchoke puree. Musically themed cocktails by Sean McClure (Craft) nod to the spot’s former tenant, O. Pagani & Bros. record store: The Victrola Spritz is named after an antique music player, while the Beach-Bum uses a Jamaican rum by Island Records founder Chris Blackwell.


Venue name: Pagani
Address: 289 Bleecker St
Cross street: at Seventh Ave South
Opening hours: Daily 5pm–1am
Transport: Subway: A, B, C, D, E, F, M to W 4th St; 1 to Christopher St–Sheridan Sq
Price: Average main course: $20. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
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Maria M

Delicious brunch in the West Village! Good food, lots of options, great music, nice ambiance, and cheap drinks ($3 mimosas and bloody Mary's). Looking forward to going back to for dinner to try their homemade pasta!

Robyn C

Recently had my friend's birthday party at Pagani in their private room space. The management was wonderful and super accommodating to our needs. They custom designed a menu to our liking and was flexible with hours and length of time for party. The private room itself is cutely adorned in an italian rustic setting. The homemade pasta course was delicious as was the Kale salad.  Would highly recommend the hangar steak too. Great wine selection.  Lastly, the waitstaff was amazing handling our group of 20 and all our needs. I would highly recommend Pagani for any private party needs you may have whether a group business dinner or special celebration big or small!