Scottadito Osteria

Restaurants, Italian Park Slope
5 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
Scottadito Osteria
Scottadito Osteria

Cure-all chef Paolo Nozzoli knew there was only one way to compete with all the salumieri in the Slope: He’d have to butcher and cure his own meat. At Scottadito Osteria Toscana, Nozzoli serves house-made prosciutto, speck (bacon) and guanciale (cured fat from hog jowls); ricotta gnocchi with spinach and sage; and a lamb chop with fried artichokes and lemon relish. The earthy cantina is the collaborative effort of Nozzoli, Donald Minerva and Michele De Bari. Among the rustic Tuscan trappings are terra-cotta walls, exposed beams an eat-in wine

cellar and a sunny atrium.


Venue name: Scottadito Osteria
Address: 788A Union St
Cross street: between Sixth and Seventh Aves
Opening hours: Mon–Fri 6–10pm; Sat, Sun 6–11pm
Transport: Subway: B, Q to Seventh Ave; 2, 3 to Grand Army Plaza
Price: Average main course: $18. Cash only
Do you own this business?
Static map showing venue location

Average User Rating

5 / 5

Rating Breakdown

  • 5 star:1
  • 4 star:0
  • 3 star:0
  • 2 star:0
  • 1 star:0
1 person listening

I've only been here for brunch, but I've been like, 4 times so I think that merits a review. This place has one of the best NY brunch deals around, $20 for bottomless champagne or mimosas and an entree. They have both breakfast options and lunch options (delicious hearty pastas) so you don't have to feel stuck with eggs if you aren't in the mood. I've had their pastas, croissants, and egg sandwiches and they've all been phenomenal. It does usually get crowded for brunch, so make sure to make a reservation. They have never been sticklers on time limits (I've been at brunch places where they basically put a timer on your table for serving you drinks) and all the bartenders and servers have always been very friendly and helpful. Whenever I have friends in town looking for a good boozy brunch, I bring them here.