Il Buco

When it opened in 1994, il Buco was an antique store that offered a rustic “pranzo” experience to its customers. Now it is one of the most poplar restaurants in New York. It has a 200-year old wine cellar housing over 400 wines from artisans, boutique producers and world-renowned wineries, as well as an Italian, Spanish and Mediterranean menu. The décor is romantic with a vintage flavor, making il Buco the place to go to with your significant other. Or first date. Or the friends you love.

Il Buco

  • 47 Bond St, New York, NY 10012
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