Hg2 : The Hedonist

Lupa

You can’t help but think when Mario Batali dreams up each one of his empire of eateries that it all comes from one simple thought from his orange be-cloggedness: “Where would I like to eat tonight?”

Gentle, lovely Lupa is the kind of easy-going, neighborhood spot that Italians take for granted across the Atlantic. Hunks of focaccia, outstanding salumi, and the freshest of fresh pastas make this little West Village osteria a winner with chefs like Dan Barber when he wants to eat on his own “the bar at Lupa is heaven”, food writer Raquel Pelzel “the bar at Lupa – bustling and always entertaining; plus, way easier to catch a spot for one than for two”.

Our favorite spot? The corralled-in sidewalk tables on a lovely day or night with, for, (chef Julian Alonzo wisely advises), “the best buccatini pasta there is”.

Address
170 Thompson Street (Houston),
West Village,
10012
Telephone
+1 212 982 5089
Opening Times
daily, noon-midnight
Price
What3Words
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