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With its entrance on a corner in the West Village, this quintessential New American restaurant draws inspiration from across Europe and the Mediterranean, serving rustic fare in a warm, inviting dining room that combines both bucolic and modern elements. The aroma of high-quality local and specially imported ingredients emanates from Spasso's kitchen, and a convivial and friendly wait staff ensures that the environment here is laid-back. A thoughtfully selected wine list and well-crafted cocktail list complement Executive Chef Edward Carew's menu. Don't miss the extensive brunch on weekends, or lunch special Tuesday through Friday.