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Cafe Fiorello

ADDRESS: 1900 Broadway, (bet 63rd and 64th Sts), New York, NY 10023

CUISINE: Brunch, Italian, Pizza

FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

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The perfect spot for a pre- or post-show meal - provided that Wagner's Siegfried hasn't cost you your appetite - Cafe Fiorello, which has been open since 1971, stakes its claim as "The Longest Running Show on Broadway." The spacious, mirror- and dark wood-laden interior and ever popular sidewalk dining attract a mix of devoted regulars, tourists, opera/ballet/theater fans and even a few folks in the biz, given its proximity to Lincoln Center. The centerpiece of the restaurant, the antipasti bar, features more than 30 selections, but for some, it's the thin-crust pizzas that steal the show (the prosciutto di Parma or wild mushroom and buffalo mozzarella pies, for example). Classics such as the signature open-faced lasagna and veal scaloppini keep the traditionalists satisfied. Full bar. Serving lunch Mon-Fri, dinner nightly. Sat-Sun brunch 10 am-3 pm. "The pizzas are ... singled out by New York's Gael Greene as among the city's best."
- New York magazine

Zagat 2014: 20 food rating (good to very good)

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The perfect spot for a pre- or post-show meal - provided that Wagner's Siegfried hasn't cost you your appetite - Cafe Fiorello, which has been open since 1971, stakes its claim as "The Longest Running Show on Broadway." The spacious, mirror- and dark wood-laden interior and ever popular sidewalk dining attract a mix of devoted regulars, tourists, opera/ballet/theater fans and even a few folks in the biz, given its proximity to Lincoln Center. The centerpiece of the restaurant, the antipasti bar, features more than 30 selections, but for some, it's the thin-crust pizzas that steal the show (the prosciutto di Parma or wild mushroom and buffalo mozzarella pies, for example). Classics such as the signature open-faced lasagna and veal scaloppini keep the traditionalists satisfied.
 
"The pizzas are ... singled out by New York's Gael Greene as among the city's best."
- New York magazine

Zagat 2014: 20 food rating (good to very good)
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving lunch Mon-Fri, dinner nightly. Sat-Sun brunch 10 am-3 pm.

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