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Italian

Seafood

The more-affordable sibling of Lidia Bastianich's Felidia, this Italian eatery on Restaurant Row in the Theater District has become known for its impressive (and cheap) wine bottle offerings. Becco -- derived from the Italian verb beccare, meaning to peck, nibble, or savor -- lives up to its name through its authentic menu and, more important than the wine, its unlimited tableside pasta, which is available at both dinner and lunch and features three daily preperations.

Becco Italian restaurant in New York City
New York

Becco

Becco

The more-affordable sibling of Lidia Bastianich's Felidia, this Italian eatery on Restaurant Row in the Theater District has become known for its impressive (and cheap) wine bottle offerings. Becco -- derived from the Italian verb beccare, meaning to peck, nibble, or savor -- lives up to its name through its authentic menu and, more important than the wine, its unlimited tableside pasta, which is available at both dinner and lunch and features three daily preperations.