"There are a few reasons Il Buco has been on every New Yorker’s short list for the past 23 years: Eating there feels like going to a dinner party in the antique-filled, candlelit home of an eccentric Italian aristocrat. It’s celebrity-studded but devoid of any “scene.” And they serve the kind of simple Mediterranean dishes—grilled fish, handmade pasta, warm fruit tarts with fresh ricotta—that depend upon the absolute best ingredients.
Join us for the second installment of il Buco's 25th anniversary dinner series! Acclaimed chef and il Buco alumna, Sa...Read More
Acclaimed chef and author Alice Waters, along with David Tanis — former Executive Chef of Chez Panisse and NYTimes co...Read More