bleeker, chicken parm, inexpensive, Italian, pasta, salmon, west village
232 Bleeker Street
This place is just fantastic. It’s not a stuffy expensive Italian restaurant, it’s a quality place, reasonably priced, and has great outdoor seating. The best Chicken Parm I’ve found in the West Village…With a price tag of $14 including pasta, this place is a great bang for the buck.
Last night I had the Chicken Contadina with sweet peppers, onions, potatoes and sausage…it was outrageous.
My buddy Dave got the Grilled Salmon which was perfectly prepared. I find that most restaurants mess up fish, which is why I rarely order fish.
I split the Penne Arabiata pasta with marinara sauce & peperoncino. Nice and spicy.
We drank a $20 bottle of Rosso de Montepulciano. Total bill was $90 bux, and we ate and drank like kings. You can easily have dinner here for $25-$30 per person.
I’m glad to know this. I have walked by this place many times but haven’t eaten there yet. It’s sooo cute. It’s like the quintessential West-Village-outdoor-seating-Italian place.
Oh yeah-this place is a great find!
Andrea M said:
I agree with Rob! Spaghetto is fantastic. It’s inviting and the staff makes you feel welcome as soon as you’re in (or out, if you grab a table outside. We were inside since it was early spring). I had the Tagliatelle Verde Alfredo and it was creamy and delicious and large enough to have some for lunch the next day. Do keep their cash only policy in mind if you go, but go!