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Please note: this business is now closed; nycgo.com keeps record of many old and closed venues. Osteria Il Paiolo is an authentic Italian osteria created by Alex Palumbo, who hails from the northern Italian region of Piemonte. House specialties include polenta, homemade pasta, seasonally offered meat stews (elk, wild boar) and the freshest and finest fish available as daily specials. Il Paiolo is strategically located in Brooklyn’s hip Williamsburg neighborhood, and the owner's laid-back style aligns with the vibe of this neighborhood while providing a warm, light and friendly atmosphere.