An Old Cathedral and a Daily Aperitivo
Two Good Reasons
By JULIE BESONEN FEB. 5, 2016
Thank you to The New York Times for writing this wonderful article.
“Café’tal Social Club (285 Mott Street) is where locals gather for espresso, simple meals and conversation. Starting in the 1940s, the cafe was where Italian men met to play cards, but the crowd today is less insular. A panino, the Sakano, is named for the monsignor; crusty Parisi bread is spread with imported Italian tuna, hot peppers and arugula.”
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285 Mott Street
Nolita – Little Italy