- Why it’s worth it: Supper is a Northern Italian-style osteria that serves the best chicken parm we’ve ever had, let alone dreamed about.
- Vibe: This lively, yet intimate, space is dressed with brick walls, wooden communal tables, antique chandeliers and floral-pattern plates that elicit Sunday night supper at Grandma’s house. The real attraction though, is not the decor, but the food on the plates.
- Layout: Supper is divided into three sections: a sidewalk area for outdoor eating (covered and heated in the winter), a rear dining room with a wine cellar and a front dining room which boasts a bustling open kitchen.
- Ideal meal: Chicken cutlet alla parmigiana ($19.95); however, this ‘straunt has fantastic daily suppers and daily rissotos (the Wednesday evening pancetta, parm & mushrooms rissoto is divine).
- F.Y.I.: Frank Prisinazo (Frank, Lil’ Frankies, Sauce) pretty much has a monopoly over the LES/East Village Italian game.
- Straunt note: This ‘straunt is cash only.
- Address: East Village, 156 East 2nd St (between Ave A & B)
- Prices: $4.95-$23.95