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Cacio e Pepe

Map & Directions 182 Second Ave.
New York, NY 10003
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212-505-5931
  • Italian
  • Sun 5pm-10:30pm, Mon-Thu 5pm-11pm, Fri-Sat 5pm-12am
  • American Express
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout
  • Dinner
  • Beer
  • Recommended for Large Parties, Accepted
  • No Parking

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This comfortable Roman trattoria excels at its namesake, cacio e pepe, square homemade spaghetti turned inside a wheel of pecorino cheese, further enhanced with a liberal toss of crushed black peppercorns, a seasoning beloved of Romans since 500 A.D. Other Roman delights include saltimbocca (a sautee of prosciutto and monkfish fillet "married" with a toothpick) and coda alla vaccinara (oxtails braised with tomatoes and celery). Special pastas are often the best choice, so pay attention when your server recites them.

 
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  • Melissa K. on 05/21/10

    The namesake dish is presented in a HUGE Parmesan wheel, tossed around hot so that it soaks up the cheese, and is then put on your plate. So good.

  • Josh N. on 04/15/10

    The pasta with romano and black peppercorn is the single greatest pasta dish I have ever had.

  • Tim M. on 01/08/11

    American Express only!

  • Meg O. on 03/07/11

    The meatballs are incredible. Someone should order the buccatini all'ametriciana. Apart from the cacio e pepe dish, it is the best thing on the menu. In the summer, eat in the back garden!

  • Tara D. on 11/17/12

    Ridiculously delicious neighborhood Italian. The restaurant named dish is a must :)

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  • Where's Lardo?

    Saltimbocca is one of the chief delights of Roman cuisine. I'm not talking about the ancient Romans—who sprayed a fermented fish sauce called... More on Cacio e Pepe »

 
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