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Menu
The il Buco culinary philosophy is firmly rooted in the Italian tradition of seasonality and the integrity of all ingredients. Our cuisine is inspired by mother Italy as well as the Iberian Peninsula. We spend an enormous amount of time sourcing ingredients and derive great pleasure in working with our producers to bring the best product to your table. What we can't find locally we source in Italy through a network of family and friends developed over the course of our lifetime.
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Our Chef
Early in his career Chef Roger Martinez worked in some of the finest restaurants in his native city of Barcelona, eventually working with renowned chef Ferran Adria at Talaia Mar and il Bulli. In 2005, he opened his own restaurant, La Mifanera, with his wife Marta, where they specialized in rices from around the world. It was this restaurant that inspired his cookbook, La Cocina del Arroz. Roger and family moved to NYC in 2012, first working with Chef David Bouley before joining Donna at il Buco, where he’s been Executive Chef for the past 3 years. When Donna was introduced to Roger, she knew she had found the chef she was looking for since the early days of il Buco; one who combined the rustic sensibility of Spain with the modern style of the Mediterranean kitchen that has been the hallmark of her restaurants on Bond Street and Great Jones.
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Our Friends
We would like to introduce you to a collection of our neighbors, friends, artists and producers who have become a true part of the il Buco family over the past 24 years.
Our Chef
Early in his career Chef Roger Martinez worked in some of the finest restaurants in his native city of Barcelona, eventually working with renowned chef Ferran Adria at Talaia Mar and il Bulli. In 2005, he opened his own restaurant, La Mifanera, with his wife Marta, where they specialized in rices from around the world. It was this restaurant that inspired his cookbook, La Cocina del Arroz. Roger and family moved to NYC in 2012, first working with Chef David Bouley before joining Donna at il Buco, where he’s been Executive Chef for the past 3 years. When Donna was introduced to Roger, she knew she had found the chef she was looking for since the early days of il Buco; one who combined the rustic sensibility of Spain with the modern style of the Mediterranean kitchen that has been the hallmark of her restaurants on Bond Street and Great Jones.
Our Friends
We would like to introduce you to a collection of our neighbors, friends, artists and producers who have become a true part of the il Buco family over the past 24 years.
Hours & Location
Lunch
Monday - Saturday 12:00pm to 4:00pm
LATE AFTERNOON
Monday - Saturday 4:00pm to 6:00pm
DINNER
Monday - Thursday 5:30pm to 11:00pm
Friday & Saturday 5:30pm to 12:00am
Sunday 5:00pm to 10:30pm