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Map & Directions 32 Withers St.
Brooklyn, NY 11211
  • Italian
  • Daily 12pm-10pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Delivery, Family Style, Takeout
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Accepted, Not Necessary
  • No Parking


Village Voice's Description

It took courage to enter this dark den a decade ago, when women sported beehive hairdos and attaining the dining room required walking the length of a dark scary bar. Once inside you'd receive a warm welcome and feast on eggplant rollatini, clams casino, and bulging raviolis at this restaurant founded by Ottati immigrants a century ago, and now featured on "The Sopranos."

Member Reviews

  • tlasorda wrote a review for Bamonte's
    on 07/09/09

    It’s been here for three generations – over 100 years. It’s in a neighborhood. It’s outstanding. The owner, Anthony Bamonte, is as nice as you can meet anybody when you go to a restaurant. I start out with tomato and cheese. Then it’s on to a nice bowl of Pasta Fagioli - that’s a little pasta and "fagioli," which is beans in Italian. It’s great if it’s made right, and Bamonte... More >>

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  • Eater on 01/11/12

    For red-sauce Italian, Bamonte's can't be beat. Order the veal scaloppine and the homemade manicotti. Three course meals range $28- $40; always call ahead to make a reservation. [Eater 38 Member]

  • Serious Eats on 05/21/13

    A New York Italian-American institution, still strong after 100 years.

  • SK R. on 12/03/10

    Eggplant Rollitini, nuff said....

  • david k. on 01/18/10

    Awesome old school italian food. Great place to impress the out of towners as its off the path a little hard to find and always packed with authenticity.

  • nari a. on 03/30/11

    diesel is the deal !!

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