Otto Enoteca Pizzeria
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Otto Enoteca Pizzeria information
Just north of Washington Square Park, this is a refreshingly affordable part of Mario Batali’s empire, a pizza palace where thin pizzas are cooked on flat-iron griddles till they crackle perfectly. They come topped with items far beyond your standard pizza joint – asparagus, goat's cheese, egg, fresh chilies, capers, the best fresh mozzarella – and sauce that has the perfect balance of smoky and sweet.
Pasta dishes (for just 11 bucks!) veer toward the exotic, such as penne with Tuscan kale, dried lemon and walnuts. And don’t even think of leaving without trying the housemade gelato.