Bugatti Cafe fully embraces the warm, charming connotations of an Italian eatery with its earthy cuisine and rich mahogany hues. Originally from Parma, Italy, chef Camillo recreates familiar Old World flavors by importing cheeses and cured meats and relying on time-honored techniques for boiling water on a stovetop. His menu includes slow-cooked lamb shanks, veal- and spinach-stuffed ravioli, and grilled Portuguese octopus in red-wine-vinegar emulsion.
Although the eclectically decorated dining room draws eyes to yellow walls and a pair of turquoise doors, poplar floorboards, custom-designed wooden tables, and exposed brickwork keep the space rooted in rustic tones. A mural fuses the two disparate color schemes with a soft depiction of an urban scene, which includes towering skyscrapers, vintage automobiles, and New York's iconic aqueducts.
Bartolino's Italian Ristorante appeases appetites amid an elegant ambience, with lunch and dinner menus stocked with authentic, regional Italian cuisine. Peruse Bartolinos' homemade selections over an appetizer of white-wine-sauce–sprinkled mussels luciano ($9.95), or send skinny-dipping taste buds on vacation with the jumbo shrimp cocktail ($11.95). Entree-epicureans meet the pasta perfection of gnocchi al pesto, potato dumplings spangled in garlic cream sauce ($15.95), or cast a hearty appetite anchor with the wine-sautéed veal piccata ($24.95).
Exposed brick walls and a roaring fireplace ensconce Masso visitors in a cozy, rustic atmosphere, complementing the traditional flavors of the restaurant's southern Italian fare. Brunch melds traditional morning meals with latter-day dishes for inventive items including the pesto-, goat cheese-, and prosciutto-filled green eggs and ham ($10) and crispy prosciutto eggs benedict ($12). Masso's lunch menu offers paninis, entrees, pizza, and salads, including options such as the smoked salmon, avocado, and cucumber panini ($10) and roasted chicken breast, goat cheese, pesto, and mesclun greens salad ($11).
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Like a spy's costumes, Manducatis Rustica's menu changes daily to showcase innovative dishes and fresh, seasonal ingredients. Set traps to catch grilled octopus and calamari ($9.50) or eggplant rollatini ($8.50) as it emerges from its countryside burrow. The shifting sands of taste flow onto your tongue with secondi such as shrimp and scallops ($24) or chicken radicchio ($17). Manducatis Rustica's pizzas, which are Neapolitan-style and baked in a brick oven, are heaped with savory flavors such as mozzarella, goat cheese, sun-dried tomatoes, rucola, and basil (the Rustica, $14). Magnumly-lauded calzones (ricotta, mozzarella, ham, mushrooms, olives, artichokes, and parmigiano; $15) are also available.