Nothing beats the irresistible comfort of Italian food. Enter Angolo SoHo, the casual-chic neighborhood spot bringing you the classics that you crave with a decidedly modern and market-driven twist. Our Executive Chef is bringing together what he knows best: housemade charcuterie, an irresistible array of antipasti, fresh pastas and succulently seasonal entrees.
The result? An ever-changing menu of hearty yet refined modern Italian cuisine, to be enjoyed in a festive yet intimate corner in the heart of SoHo. Begin with a Prosciutto Tasting, which features two Italians from Parma and San Daniele, and one American from Iowa, followed by the Sweetbreads alla Piastra with parsley root, blueberries and rosemary and the perfectly crisp and tender Charred Octopus with riso nero, celery, red onion, preserved lemon, roasted pepper. Next comes the pasta course. Indulge in the Fettucine Rigate Alla Carbonara – Angolo Soho's ode to the beloved carbonara made with pancetta, pecorino, black pepper and egg yolk – or the hearty Garganelli Funghi Trifolati, fresh pasta topped with truffled mushrooms, shallots, garlic, parsley and lemon. And finally, it is time for the pièce de resistance. The signature four-inch thick double-cut Pork Chop is as much a feast for the eyes as it is for the taste buds, brined for 24 hours in salt, sugar and allspice and served with caramelized fennel, honey, and cherry peppers while the Tile Fish with sweet corn, chilis, arugula, tomato agro dolce makes for a refreshingly light entrée. You’ll want to save room for one of the sumptuous dessert options, including traditional Gelati and Sorbeti as well as the simply decadent Olive Oil Cake served with sea salt gelato and vin santo and Chocolate Hazelnut Budino with whipped crème fraiche. The boutique wine list travels through the various regions of Italy, France, as well as The United States while the beer list concentrates on craft Italian beers.
The bustling corner space has a 1970’s cafe feel with black leather banquettes, exposed brick walls, panels of antique mirrors and bronze light fixtures with multiple glass bulbs dangling from the ceiling. High-top tables surround the rich Mahogany and white marble bar and a custom-designed communal table presides over the dining room, while racer orange chairs add a fun splash of color to the dark brown two-tops.
So come take a seat by the wall of windows on the corner of West Broadway and Grand or sink into the cozy black banquette and enjoy the SoHo scene from an irresistibly new angolo.