New York City, NY

Don Angie never gets old!

Lauren Wax

Yes, I am going to preface this post with: Don Angie is one of my favorite restaurants in NYC It is always consistant.

I love the story behind the co-chef/co-owner, husband and wife duo, Angie Rito and Scott Tacinelli. Their recipes are genius and there is really nothing else like this place in NYC.

Here's our go-to's (some stuff we devoured before I could even take a photo), but luckily there's Instagram and Google (so if it's underlined below, feel free to click the link).

Stuffed Garlic Flatbread

Sea Bass Crudo: Sicilian Saffron, Citrus, Black Lime, Mint

Buffalo Milk Caramelle: Persimmon & Black Sesame

Lasagna For Two (AKA six)

Prime Rib Braciole For Two (aka six) Risso, Stracchino Gnocchi, Ribeye

No surprise here, Don Angie gets a 10/10. It's still pretty tough to get a reservation, but not like it used to be. They have been pretty awesome and have adapted during COVID with takeout and safe outdoor dining. Now that indoor dining is open at limited capacity, keep supporting them!

Don Angie

103 Greenwich Ave, New York, NY 10014

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Hi! I am Lauren, food lover, travel enthusiast and beauty junkie. I created so I can share my love for the restaurant industry and have found a new love for cooking and creating recipes during quarantine.

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