features wood-fired Italian fare by Chef/Owner Frank DeCarlo. A seasonally inspired menu spotlights both signature entrees and traditional, multi-regional cuisine with rustic, farm-to-table dishes. The sophisticated NoHo space features a subterranean wine room decorated with old barn wood and French laundry tables, where guests can dine communally or in groups.
“Peasant is exactly right,” according to New York Magazine, who continues: “From its stunningly backlit brick-walled kitchen that features only open-fire cooking to its incredibly appealing pan-Italian menu, chef-owner Frank De Carlo has reason to bust his buttons every night, and you have almost too many reasons to undo a couple of yours.”
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