Cuisine(s)
Italian
Price Scale
$$
Description

If you used to like champagne and caviar back in the days of beluga and sevruga, go to the tiny Vinoteca Poscol and try the crisp, mineral-tasting Italian sparkling Verdicchio with bruschetta topped with the Sardinian dried fish roe called bottarga. It ain’t Iranian caviar, but it does taste like fish eggs. Most people come here, however, to split the small plates of homemade pasta and simple vegetable preparations like beets roasted in a paper bag or broccolini with garlic.

Meal Times
Dinner
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