An Old Friend Returns To The Neighborhood

12/03/2014

After their restaurant was completely destroyed by Hurricane Sandy, the co-owners of Barbarini’s moved to higher ground. Now, Claudio and Linda Marini have opened Da Claudio, a new restaurant with a fresh look on one of New York’s oldest streets.

Da Claudio offers takeout, catering, a great cocktail list, small plates to share and a full-service dining menu featuring local sources and imported Italian ingredients. They have gluten-free or whole wheat pasta as an alternative to their fresh homemade pasta. This extensive menu offers Italian classics like risotto, spaghetti carbonara, as well as some delicious secondi options. You won’t regret trying the Bistecca Tagliata with parmigiano.

Please save room for one of the amazing desserts that are made in house every day. Gelato, sorbetto, tiramisu, seasonal fruit tart – it’s hard to settle on just one, so get a couple and share with friends.

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