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Catania is a Sicilian snack shop variously known in Italy as a “bar-café” or “tavola calda,” meaning “hot table.” The heart of the bill of fare is a series of small dishes served hot, running from pastas (ham-layered lasagna, rigatoni Norma with eggplant and ricotta salata), to baked items (Sicilian slices, a pastry stuffed with spinach or eggplant called farcita), to composed salads (caponata, oddly including potatoes, a roasted cauliflower concoction called bastardi affogati). Skip the handful of entrees, with the exception of the magnificent fresh sardine stuffed with pine nuts, bread crumbs, and raisins. As is typical of this sort of establishment, there’s no waiter service to speak of, and you can BYOB.
Catania Cafe, which served up Italian soups and sandwiches, will not reopen. [NY Eater] Stuzzi Restaurant closed and will be replaced by Buschenschank restaurant at 928 Broadway. [MadParkNews] Steve... More »
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