Perbacco’s Pork and Porcini Mushroom Sugo is cooked for five hours, coating thin, hand-cut tagliatelle noodles in a rich red wine sauce. But the showstopper is Perbacco’s Agnolotti Dal Plin, snugly filled with roasted meats and Savoy cabbage—the best use of cabbage outside of corned beef on St. Paddy's Day. A popular power lunch spot before power lunches stopped being a thing (temporarily), it’s also an excellent choice for dinner as it turns into a perfect date spot when the sun goes down. It’s also the rare Italian restaurant where the secondi should be a mandatory order.
How to book: Make reservations online or order takeout and delivery online.