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Robert De Niro's casual neighborhood taverna serves up chef Andrew Carmellini’s riffs on Italian cooking. Located in the Greenwich Hotel in TriBeCa, the restaurant is an airy, high-ceilinged space, open to the street, where patrons can linger over brunch, enjoy after-work drinks and snacks at the bar—or simply kick back in the evening with great Italian food and wine. Breakfast is served in the cafe, where diners can begin their day while enjoying pastry chef Karen DeMasco’s breakfast delights. The restaurant offers a spacious private dining room furnished with antique chairs and reclaimed wooden beams that seats up to 60. The entire restaurant is available to rent for special events.