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Andy Warhol, Woody Allen, Bette Midler and Al Pacino have all patronized Caffe Vivaldi over the decades, a classic and unpretentious Greenwich Village haunt where live music takes over a corner of the room every night. Bullets Over Broadway and Whatever Works are among the movies partly filmed here, and Oscar Isaac, the star of folk-music flick Inside Llewyn Davis, has been known to grace the stage. The Italian menu includes simply prepared salads, panini, pasta and seafood served on travertine marble tables. On a winter's night, the best seat in the house is the deuce next to a flickering fireplace underneath an image of a local folksinger made good, Bob Dylan.