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This casual trattoria features artisanal Italian meats and cheeses and house-made products like tuna in olive oil and guanciale (unsmoked Italian bacon). The kitchen uses the freshest ingredients—skillfully substituting and supplementing those that are out of season or unavailable in NYC—to produce traditionally Roman dishes with an element of New York. The extensive bar features wine from most regions of Italy and a large variety of grappas and other Italian liquors.