January 31, 2013
From Serious Eats: New York
[Photographs: Howard Walfish]
New York is home to hundreds of casual Italian "trattorias," and Lavagna, a restaurant in the East Village, identifies as one. It's more formal than most, fitting for a nicer dinner, but it keeps the uncomplicated, satisfying food at reasonable prices that trattorias are known for.
Take, for example, the appetizer Carciofo al Forno ($9),
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