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Frankies 457 Spuntino, owned by chefs and restauranteurs Frank Falcinelli and Frank Castronovo, is a unique Italian restaurant in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. Their fresh approach to the lighter side of Southern Italian cooking includes Italian cured meats, hand-made pastas, creamy polenta, specialty thin-crusted sandwiches (on Sullivan Street Bakery bread), marinated olives, roasted meats and vegetables and fresh salads, plus slab bacon and sausage from Faicco's, Italian cheeses and crostini. Frankies also imports Frankies Extra Virgin Olive Oil, pressed from organically grown olives from Sicily and sold locally and online.