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Review By: Thomas Rafael
The Nomad food scene continues to grow. Ulivo, on West 28th Street, describes itself as a trattoria and pastificio. The restaurant also offers a lengthy wine list with prices starting in the $40s. There are fried dishes, like meatballs with sea salt and fried mussels with baby squash. Larger plates include a 40-day dry aged rib eye with garlic and rosemary, and braised pork shank and roasted whole sea bass. Pastas run the gamut from orecchiette with cauliflower, black olives and anchovy to shiaffoni with a spicy stone crab sauce. Finish it off with a traditional Italian dessert, including tiramisu and Seadas; Sardinian fritters made with honey and pecorino cheese. Eat in or grab a table outside.
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Payment: Accepts Credit Cards
Additional details: Trendy, Good for Groups, Outside Dining
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