The Tap Room @ Colicchio & Sons
Celebrity Chef Tom Colicchio delivers a dual dining experience at Colicchio & Sons in Mepa. The Tap Room is the more casual and affordable section, while the main dining room offers a fine dining experience with a towering wine rack separating the two. The rustic and elegant atmosphere coupled with fantastic service and a few solid dishes makes the Tap Room a good neighborhood option.
While the food at C&S didn’t blow my mind, the burger and fish stew were on point!
Fish Stew- Collection of juicy clams, squid and hake in a tasty broth.
Tomato, Mozzarella & Basil Pizza- They have a wood burning oven so you have to try the pizza. The crust was perfect!
Flatiron Beef with Potatoes- Standard.
Ricotta Cavatelli with Peas, Onions and Mint- The flavors were there but execution was poor…and the mint threw the dish off a bit.
TC Burger- AMAZING! Drunken onions and pecorino cheese seems to be a winning combo. I would have preferred fries instead of chips but the burger more than made up for it.
SIP: Great selection of beer and wine.
THE SWEET SPOT:
Zeppoles with Olive Oil Ice Cream- Subtle sweet flavors.
The Tap Room @ Colicchio & Sons- 85 10th Ave / 212-400-6699
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