THE TWENTY-SOMETHING FOODIE
|Outside Olio e Piu –credit|
Enter Olio e Piu, a rustic Tuscan restaurant right on the edge of the West Village that leaves its pizza oven burning 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
|The oven at Olio –credit|
|Ricotta Bruschetta and Insalata di Pera –credit|
|Cavatelli al Fungi –credit|
And if you’re still hungry for dessert, Olio offers a bunch of tantalizing options. Alongside a wonderfully fluffy cappuccino ($4.50), dig into homemade gelato and sorbet ($8 for three scoops), in flavors like espresso, pistachio, and watermelon; or indulge in a molten chocolate cake ($8).
Anytime of day or night, Olio e Piu is a deligtful Italian restaurant with friendly, attentive service. Stop in for a quick bite of Tuscany or an hours-long feast enhanced by its broad selection of Italian wines.