92 Rivington St, New York, NY | Directions 1000240.720329 -73.988710
Neighborhoods: Lower East Side, Downtown
That felt good – Came recommended by a friend. Sat at the front, Waitress was chill and took our order, filled our waters as we finished, didn't smother us. Food was great and tasted fresh.
cozy neighborhood spot, unique menu. – I almost didn't want to write this review, because I hate to let my secret out. Bruschetteria is a cozy, intimate oasis on the Lower East Side. A private atmosphere and friendly service complement a unique, delicious menu. It's the only place I know of where you can order different kinds of bruschetta for appetizer, entree, and even dessert! Thank you for such a memorable dining experience!!!
sooooo yummy – i went to this place for lunch on the weekend and it was great! the salads are huge and have very interesting ingredients. i got the one with chorizo sausage and goat cheese while my friend got one with seared tuna and they were really nice when she wanted to substitute one ingredient for another. i saw some of the paninis at our neighbor's table and they looked absolutely to die for. going back tonight for dinner! going to try out some of the wines this time.
excellent food,, atmosphere and friendly staff – what a wonderful spot for lunch...the pressed sandwiches are absolutely delicious, and the gazpacho was to die for...the perfect blend of veggies and seasoning........if l lived in nyc this would be one of my regular diniing spots.....thanks for such a memorable lunch.....the atlanta girls
Wonderful place to stop in for a bite on the LES – We thoroughly enjoyed our lunch at Bruschetteria. This cozy cafe has a thoughtful menu offering just the right balance of simple yet delicious options. Salads and pressed sandwiches are perfectly composed, and heartier options such as lasagne and other savory dishes sounded great. There is a nice list of wines and other beverages to round out the meal. Service was warm and knowledgeable- this is the perfect place to relax over a light lunch or have an intimate dinner.
Italian sandwiches and handpicked wines grace the compact tables at this cheery hideaway in the Lower East Side. – In Short
At this bright spot for Italian sandwiches, panini and (you guessed it) bruschetta, everything is miniature and authentic. The space fits an open kitchen and 20 lime-green folding chairs made from Italian leather. Diners sip wine from stemless Riedell glasses, munch on salads like seared tuna mixed with arugula, carrots, olives, hard-boiled eggs and vinaigrette, and dig into shareable plates of exotic bruschetta. The house specialty is topped with Fontina cheese and caramelized onions.
decent place – nice cute place to get sandwhiches and have a glass of wine. was waiting for a neighboring restaurant and had a glass of wine here. Found ourselves eating a small bite. cute, would return.
excellent for lunch and dinner – This new wine bar opened up around the corner. Obviously good wines but Excellent pressed sandwiches and the BEST tuna tartare I have ever had. So happy it is near me, type of place you could go for every meal.
Best Bruschettas!!!! – I just loved this quaint but sophisticated little restaurant in the Lower east side. The food was excellent, I had the most amazing banana peanut butter bruschetta. It is a fantastic new spot. Check it out!!!
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