From Our Editors
The chefs at Mosto Enoteca consider the relationship between Italian cooking and wine an “enduring affair,” and their intimate eatery certainly keeps the flame alive. Over the flickering of candlelight, diners indulge in grilled New Zealand snapper, dijon-slathered pork chops, and housemade ravioli stuffed with pumpkin and drizzled with sage butter. Plates can be paired with a selection from the wine list, which features a generous assortment of varietals hailing from Italy, and also closer to home. The dinner menu may not be lengthy, but it packs a punch—Zagat named Mosto Enoteca one of the city’s five best Italian eateries in 2013. The restaurant's simple interior keeps the focus on the award-winning food. In the dining room, butcher-paper placemats sit atop rough-hewn tables, and blond-wood wine racks line the walls. Out on the patio, the candles that sit glowing on each table mirror the twinkling city lights beyond.