Peasant

Downtown chef-about-town Frank DeCarlo’s iconic Elizabeth Street Italian spot offers two choices. Hit the main floor for a laid-back but upscale experience. Open kitchen, beautiful diners in beautiful suits, couples on dates so romantic you’ll want them to get a room. Or head down stairs for a more raucous, heavy drinking, communal table type experience. The low cellar ceiling only amps up the energy, so by the time you finish your post-meal espresso, you’ll be ready to hit the town for more.

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