Barbarini Alimentari

★★★★★
The experience begins as you walk the charming cobblestone lane that leads you to us. It is New York, but there is a European feel of history and intimacy, which offsets our stylish versatile market and restaurant. Your hosts Stefano and Claudio both hail from Italy and have brought true Italian cooking to New Yorkers since the start of the American food evolution of the 80�s. Their devotion to using the finest imported and local ingredients in the simplest methods, with reverence to the seasons, is deeply Italian. They employ three Italian chefs to insure the authenticity of their house-made pastas and desserts. You can choose from an assortment of antipasti, imported hams and cheeses, fresh breads and other Italian products from our choice collection of suppliers.
  • 225 Front St

    New York, NY 10038

    Cross street: Cross Streets Beekman St.

    Map & Directions
  • 212-227-8890

About Barbarini Alimentari

Hours
LUNCH Daily: 11:00am-4:00pm DINNER Mon-Sat: 4:00pm-10:30pm Sunday: 4:00pm-10:00pm

Food

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Just ordered dinner from here. Everything was perfect. Fresh pasta (a carbonara and a veal ragu), burrata appetizer (two), lemon tart and a home made teramisu - VERY inexpensive! Very fresh, excellent value and service, can't wait to actually go there and eat. Will call back again and again for delivery.

THANK YOU!

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Just ordered dinner from here. Everything was perfect. Fresh pasta (a carbonara and a veal ragu), burrata appetizer (two), lemon tart and a home made teramisu - VERY inexpensive! Very fresh, excellent value and service, can't wait to actually go there and eat. Will call back again and again for delivery.

THANK YOU!

Pros: fresh ingredients, very tasty, authentic Italian, excellent service and delivery

Cons: none

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I usually come here once or twice a week. I love the place, it's a small and quiet place, kind of like my secret italian getaway. I love their pasta dishes and they have a lot of specials each week. Among my favorites are the Black Linguini, the homemade Gnocchi, and the Cheese Ravioli. Their desserts are to die for too. The homemade tiramisu is my favorite (so soft, not too sweet and freshly made), along with the gelato tartufo and the peach sorbet (served in a real peach). In addition, they do have the best cappucino.

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★★★★★

I usually come here once or twice a week. I love the place, it's a small and quiet place, kind of like my secret italian getaway. I love their pasta dishes and they have a lot of specials each week. Among my favorites are the Black Linguini, the homemade Gnocchi, and the Cheese Ravioli. Their desserts are to die for too. The homemade tiramisu is my favorite (so soft, not too sweet and freshly made), along with the gelato tartufo and the peach sorbet (served in a real peach). In addition, they do have the best cappucino.

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We've ordered take-out but the cafe's nice enough to stay and eat.
We ordered a variety of the different things on the menu and everything was really good.
Seafood, meatballs, salad, pasta...it was all really good.
Our friend from out-of-town was very impressed w/ the freshness of the food.
She's lived in Italy and she said it reminded her of the good food she'd had there.
We're definitely going back for more. Probably tonight.

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★★★★★

We've ordered take-out but the cafe's nice enough to stay and eat.
We ordered a variety of the different things on the menu and everything was really good.
Seafood, meatballs, salad, pasta...it was all really good.
Our friend from out-of-town was very impressed w/ the freshness of the food.
She's lived in Italy and she said it reminded her of the good food she'd had there.
We're definitely going back for more. Probably tonight.

Pros: Great food. It's not cheap, but it's not expensive, either. Ambience has nice local feel...close to seaport, but doesn't feel touristy.

Cons: Too good to not want to go back.

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This new restaurant I found out, close to Seaport is really a great place. Good and very tasty Italian food, casual, a few tables, fast, fresh, great prices; is also a Italian grocery (some cheeses, Italian drinks, pastas, olives, etc.). Been there a few times and everytime I try a different dish...so far , so gooood..

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★★★★★

This new restaurant I found out, close to Seaport is really a great place. Good and very tasty Italian food, casual, a few tables, fast, fresh, great prices; is also a Italian grocery (some cheeses, Italian drinks, pastas, olives, etc.). Been there a few times and everytime I try a different dish...so far , so gooood..

Pros: not expensive, service, outside tables.

Cons: parking

 

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