Il Buco Alimentari & Vineria
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Il Buco Alimentari & Vineria information
Whether it's wham-bam espresso at the front bar, a panino to go from the deli, or long-and-lazy Italian feasting in the sunken dining room, Il Buco's trendier spin-off delivers the goods. Brickwork, hessian and giant industrial lamps set a hip-n-rustic tone, echoed in the menu's bold, nostalgic flavors.
Whet the appetite with crunchy Casareccio bread, linger over beautiful pasta dishes, and ponder the adage 'less is more' over mains such as whole roasted branzino (European sea bass) with fennel pollen and charred lemons.