The Scene:Luca Lounge is a bustling little addition to the hipster strip that Avenue B has become. While the Italian menu is simple, the food is fresh and authentic enough to raise the standard of late-night snacking. The decor is equally homey, complete with comfy chairs, tin ceilings and funky oil lamps.The Food:Hearty appetizers include garlicky tomato bruschetta; a platter of prosciutto with dry-aged sausage; and baby spinach salad with shaved pecorino cheese. The signature homemade pizzettes are ample; the quattro stagioni (topped with prosciutto, artichokes, olives and mushrooms) is particularly stellar and pairs perfectly with almost any bottle off the all-Italian wine list. Mangia, baby."Restaraunt.Com Gift Certificates are good for parties of 6 0r more.""Additional parking-Parking Lot on Ave C 14-15 St on the south west side of the street."
we were in the city for the weekend.....and decided tro grab a bite to eat along the tribeca area. we chose this place being it was very quiet and tables available...(we went in blind). we ordered a couple of drinks (wAITED FOREVER), then ordered som
I have lived in the neighborhood for years and I'm always pleased with their service. Extremely friendly staff and the food is always consistently good. Pizza is not bad. The buffalo wings are my favorite.