With a see and be seen sidewalk, mixed with the trattoria formula, Bar Pitti in the Greenwich Village opened in 1992 and became a New York City hotspot. It’s literally neighbors with the famous Da Silvano restaurant.
Thank God it’s Spring!!!
After so many months of cold, we are pretty anxious to enjoy the good weather. Plus, New York City is a completely different city during the hotter months.
Bar Pitti, a Tuscan-inspired restaurant, offers a small but pleasurable menu with plates like: Insalata Di Fagioli Tonno e Cipolla, Crostini, Caprese, Scottish Smoked Salmon, Antipasto Toscano and Fettunta.
Portions can be small if you are too hungry, but it’s a great place to hang in the afternoon. Or even, to start your night with a few drinks.
The décor is pretty simple, and not very fancy, even though it is a high-end spot. Plus, it can get quite crowded and tables might be arranged pretty close together.
During the hot months, they have a great outdoor seating area. It will definitely give you a VIP view of who’s passing by.
Bar Pitti only accepts reservation for parties of four or more and is cash-only. So, be sure to have money on you!
If you’re in the mood of the “see and be seen” vibe, then Bar Pitti in the Greenwich Village is the right place!
For good music with upcoming bands, walk a few blocks to The Bitter End. It’s one of our favorite spots where we’ve seen several amazing bands, and friends play!
Location: 268 Sixth Avenue
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