Bacaro       136 Division Street  New York, NY 10002

Explore LES and try Bacaro the next time you go! This place is a sure thing for a group (select one of the great private rooms) or a romantic date without hurting his wallet as every dish is so reasonable under $20. Though it’s maybe not great for the parents as it’s a bit too hipster LES, take them to chef-owner Frank DeCarlo’s other restaurant Peasant or Apizz (owned by his former partner). Bacaro restaurant is hidden on tiny Division St at the edge of LES and the beginning of Chinatown. Once you step inside Bacaro, the first floor has a cute bar and black wall with white marble tables but wait until you see the cavernous space downstairs which is sooooo special!!! As soon as you start down the stairs you are in an old world Italian castle fashioned with exposed bricks, pillars, a wonderful ceiling, old style tall candles, wine cellar and a bunch of interesting rooms. Food is not as great as the chef’s other restaurants but price & atmosphere will make it up big time so Cutie Patroller is still giving this Venetian style Italian restaurant 4.5 stars.

Overall Food Atmosphere Price
♥♥♥1/2 ♥♥♥

Cannolichi razor clams with white wine & lemon $10 ♥♥♥


Spaghetti Nero pasta with cuttlefish ink $14 ♥♥♥  


Fiori Di Zucca Ripieni stuffed zucchini blossoms $12 ♥♥♥


Fried oyster ♥♥♥




Stinco Di Maiale pork shank over polenta $18 – flinstone size (^_^) ♥♥♥1/2


Rabbit Lasagna $15  


Flourless Chocolate Cake ♥♥♥


Upstairs bar

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