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Trattoria Alba


For over 15 years, Trattoria Alba has been serving some of the best Italian food in 10016. This restaurant is regarded as one of the best in the city and has a following of loyal customers. Owners Mel and Myra are grateful and appreciative: “We look forward to the next 15 years and truly believe that our customers are one in a million.” And with fantastic dishes on their menu, this shouldn’t be a problem. To start, try the Beef Carpaccio, sliced so thin it melts in your mouth. Or, try the Rolled Eggplant with tomato and cheese. Trattoria Alba does it all – and does it right. If you’re in the mood for seafood, don’t pass up their Gamberi fra Diavolo, shrimp with a spicy tomato sauce. The Veal Piccata al Limone will keep you coming back, as will Alba’s Chicken Parmigiana. Bon Apetit!

233 East 34th, 10016


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