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Downtown Brooklyn's original wine and bruschetta bar is far and away the best in its class. Tiny 'Ino, a stalwart of Bedford Street's cafe and bar scene, only accommodates about two dozen customers at a time, but therein lies its cozy charm. The bar is the place to sit if you want to marvel at the assemblage of panini in the Lilliputian kitchen--try the bruschetta with asparagus and truffle oil and benefit from generous pourings of 'ino's great selection of wines.
Angelo Sosa's Social Eatz closed on March 1 in Midtown East. Ryan Sutton tweeted a letter he found posted on the restaurant door yesterday morning that announced its shutter. Sosa Restaurant Group w... More »
I like the truffle egg toast immensely. The panini I believe is their primary staple and it only cost $8.00 the last time I visited. I don't drink but they carry a large selection of wines. The atmosphere is very small, a few tables and a counter.
You're expecting the best Cuban sandwich? Well, even cream-of-the-crop Cuban is no match for the pressed sandwiches, called panini, at 'ino, where various combinations of Italian charcuterie and cheeses are heat-pressed into grooviness, figuratively and literally. More »
Accept no substitutes. Downtown's original wine and bruschetta bar, now in its third year, is far and away the best in its class. Tiny 'Ino, a vital part of Bedford Street's thriving café and bar scene, only accommodates about two dozen customers at a time, but therein lies its charm: It's like popping in for a glass of wine in your friend's living room. The bar is the place to sit if you want to marvel at the assemblage of panini and other sandwichlike concoctions in the Lilliputian... More »
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