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This classy Italian spot is one of the city’s finest examples of regional Italian cuisine. Specializing in share plates, it’s perfect for date night. A favorite of Ted Gushe of Supercompressor.
Osteria Morini introduces New York to the soulful cuisine and convivial spirit of regional Italy. Think prosciutto, mortadella, parmigiano, and balsamic vinegar. This medium sized, but still intimate spot, on Petrosino Square at the crossroads of Little Italy and Soho, offers lunch, dinner, and brunch for a taste of Italy at any point throughout the day. Morini’s menus offer a versatile selection of smaller plates and larger composed platters – but don’t be overwhelmed by choice, everything is delicious. The decor is gorgeous, made up of genuine components from an Italian 1700s-era farmhouse to create a rustic, yet classy, experience.