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Frankies 570 Spuntino

Map & Directions 570 Hudson St.
New York, NY 10014
  • Brunch, Italian
  • Sun. - Thurs., 11am – Midnight; Friday & Saturday, 11am - 1am; Brunch Sat. & Sun., 9am - 3pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Takeout
  • Brunch, Dinner, Late Night, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Accepted
  • Meters


Village Voice's Description

Those who savored the limited menu and casual vibe of the original Frankies Spuntino may be mildly disappointed: the third, West Village branch of this burgeoning mini-empire is bigger, more expensive, and more pretentious. The food, however, remains good, a seamless melding of Italian regional and Italian-American cuisines, with an emphasis on Southern Italian ingredients and techniques. There’s a superb cheese service, and a list of sandwiches on rosemary bread as a budget fall-back, but the things you’ll remember the next day are the pastas, including ravioli stuffed with sage and sweet potatoes in parmesan broth, and cavatelli in brown butter enriched with hot sausage made at Faicco’s, a few blocks away on Bleecker Street.

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  • For a dependable, flexible red wine, opt for the Campania IGT "Campole" '08 by Fattoria Alois. Based on the aglianico grape variety, this full-bodied "Barolo of the South" is a good value.

  • Noah W. on 12/08/12

    Don't want to wait an hour at Joseph Leonard? Try Frankies for brunch. Great pancakes, breakfast sandwich, and stumptown coffee.

  • Raj S. on 02/29/12

    If you're into whiskey, get the Boulevardier followed by the Brooklyn on Hudson. Simply well made. Also, order the Braciola. Won't be disappointed.

  • Hannah K. on 07/25/13

    Chilled Sangiovese on tap. Done and done.

  • Greg M. on 05/26/13

    Side of avocado. Off menu deliciousness.

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