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St. Augustine, Florida
May 14, 2010
From journal Where We Ate in the Big Apple
New York, New York
December 19, 2009
July 13, 2008
August 15, 2005
The menu was pretty extensive. There was a range of antipasti to choose from, including the usual fresh mozzarella and calamari. The salad choices were also impressive. I ordered the spinach salad, with fresh mushrooms, cheese, warm bacon and a lemon dressing. I also ordered the minestrone soup. The vegetables were fresh carrots, potatos, and green beans. It was a lovely, filling soup. The soup and salad was enough for a meal. Prices for salads were about $6-8. They are fairly substantial in size, especially if you plan to order a full pasta. My friend ordered the bolognose. It came with beautiful, one-inch wide ribbons of freshly made pasta. There were more than a dozen pasta dishes from which to select. The prices were about $11-15 for pasta.
The dessert menu seemed promising, although we were too full to order from it. Choices include warm apple pie a la mode, flourless chocolate cake, a selection of sorbets, creme brulee, poached pears, ricotta cheesecake, and more.
You can check out the full menu before you go at www.puttanesca.com
It's important to note that they only accept cash or American Express.
From journal NYC