I always love when our great restaurants get some exposure. This one is Grotta di Fuoco, making a ‘Best of’ list on Trillist.com.
“The charred octopus appetizer is a must-order, as are the homemade pastas (like baked cannelloni and veal cheek ravioli), with nightly specials pushing the bar even further. Brick oven pizzas, desserts, and cocktails are also on point.” [Trillist.com: THE BEST RESTAURANTS ON LONG ISLAND]
Grotta di Fuoco
960 W Beech St, LBNY 11561
I asked this same question about the West End about a month ago (read: seabythecity.com/?p=24521). With new places such as Lost & Found and Grotta Di Fuoco, it’s safe to say that the West End is really becoming a foodie destination. Both of those places are pretty damn hip with rave food reviews. I was inside Lost & Found the other night and actually felt I was in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. I didn’t get to eat there due to the crowd, but I am hearing their food is amazing.
Anyway, I’m going off topic here… I am curious to hear what you folks think the East End is lacking?
With the new Seasons opening, plus other places such as Brixx & Barley, I personally feel we are ok on the Asian food/ Italian Food/ Pub front. What are we missing? And what are we missing as far as non-food is concerned?
(photo taken from Brixx & Barley Facebook page)