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Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich's Otto has combined the elegance of an Italian enoteca with the fun bustle of a crowded Italian train station. Open daily, Otto is perfect for a quick snack, a lingering meal, a big group, a family night out or even a large social gathering. Otto boasts a 750-plus all-Italian wine list. The lively music and cool vibe bring everyone a smile from their first bite of salumi or griddle-cooked pizzas to their last spoonful of creamy, homemade gelato. Otto has become a destination for New York diners as well as a neighborhood hotspot.