The owner Giusto created passing years a nice atmosphere. All the dishes were very good. Service was friendly and easy going. Simple but it feels like a slice of Italy.
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The food was good. But the waitress was sooooo horrible. She told us we weren't allowed to order appetizers unless we ordered everything together. Then when we got the owner or I think he was she took our appetizer order. We simultaneously ordered good for the kids and she didn't place the order. Spaghetti with red sauce took 1.5 hours... More
I dined at Cacio e Vino recently and was extremely disappointed in my experience for this reason: my dinner date and I saw a flamboyantly presented dish being served several tables away. Our table neighbors explained what it was - a great dish of pasta served from a pecorino wheel! They recommended it to us. We ordered this dish and... More
After enjoying a variety of regional Italian food over my 60 years I felt I owed it to myself and my father's heritage to try something specifically Sicilian. Wow! As my tripadvisor user name, Signor Picky, points out, I pride myself on having a discerning palate when it comes to Italian food. Aside from being a combination of Sicilian and... More
I am a regular of another sicilian place in town, but for a change i decided to try this small little restaurant since my friend told me about their traditional approach to the cuisine. we went on a Saturday when the place was super crowded with no reservation. The italian host was gracious enough to find a table were we... More
Went there a couple of times with Italian friends and still plan to go there soon. They offer a nice focaccia with great olive oil. I can recommend the Caponata as a starter and the Cacio e Pepe is a very nice dish as well. The Cannoli and Tiramisu are prepared in a traditional Italian way and very tasty.
We recently returned from a holiday to Sicily and Sardinia and wanted to find a restaurant in the city serving traditional Sicilian food. This restaurant is spot on! The food tasted exactly like what we ate in Sicily. Excellent quality! We ordered the Arancine, Caponata and Caprese salad (imported Bufala Mozzarela from Italy) to start. For mains we ordered the... More
we are Italian, we love eating and we do not trust Italian restaurant outside Italy. well...there is always an exception: the cacio e vino in new york. full of doubts an Italian friend brought us there: great food, great service, great wine and great bill. how the pasto cacio e pepe is served is very picturesque...they have been able even... More
Simply best experience I had in NYC with an authentic sicilian regional cuisine. Service was attentive and the food unique. We had the "anelletti" ring pasta with beef ragu, made in the brick avon and the hand cut spaghetti with cheese and pepper, simply delish! Will be back all the time...
If you live Italian cuisine, and seafood (they do serve other food too) then this is a no brained. The food and service is so thoughtful. The ambiance is akin to being in Sicily. Try the grilled fish or octopus. Hand crafted pizza baked in a round wood burning oven next to the bar gives the place a rustic feel.... More