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Otto Enoteca Pizzeria
Otto recently introduced fresh pastas ($15) to their menu, an exciting change for a restaurant that previously only offered dried pasta dishes ($10). There's a Ravioli di Brasato and the Goat Cheese Agnolotti, pictured here. It's the latter I've found myself craving.
Whenever people ask me where the best gelato in the city is, I point them to Otto. The downside of Otto is that it's a sit-down restaurant, not a gelateria where you can easily stroll in and out with a...
Those who are steady readers of Sugar Rush on Serious Eats New York know of my great affection for Otto's gelato copettas. I keep a sharp eye out for menu changes and make sure no gelato flavor or copetta...
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