Citysearch Editorial Review. Stuzzicheria serves Southern Italian in a small plates format, similar to its bustling Flatiron sibling, Bar Stuzzichini. But it’s less family- and big group¬-oriented than the buoyant restaurant uptown. Instead, the uncomplicated Tribeca space, in dark gray with orange accents, is most appreciated by those looking for quiet time with a sweetie or a subdued spot for a post-work venting session. Though entrees range from bucatini amatriciana to short rib braciole, the stuzzichini, or little appetizers, are the real draw, especially the arancini (rice balls) and pane panelle sliders (chickpea fritters topped with ricotta and served on a baby brioche).
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