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Tutti Matti

718-937-2900  •  $$
ADDRESS: 47-30 Vernon Blvd, (at 47th Road) , Queens, NY 11101
CUISINE: Italian, Pizza, Brunch
FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly
DESCRIPTION
Tutti Matti partner and executive chef Ivan Beacco emphasizes seasonal "contemporary Roman" Italian cooking such as rigatoni with braised oxtail ragu, and wood oven-roasted whole Cornish hen with vegetables. 
From the restaurant:
"...combines authentic Roman nose-to-tail comfort food with NYC flair. NY Times-favorite Chef Ivan Beacco's traditional recipes brings neighborhood feel in a modern, modular space."

" ... the bucatini all' amatriciana, a magnificent pile of thick spaghetti - pierced up the middle for faster boiling - laced with a hearty tomato sauce whose assertive flavor is driven by guanciale (cured hog jowl). The recipe originated in Amatrice, a town northeast of Rome where popes have historically recruited their cooks."
- Robert Sietsema, The Village Voice

Zagat 2014: 22 food rating (very good to excellent)
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving lunch and dinner daily. Late-night Fri & Sat. Sun brunch beginning at noon.

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DESCRIPTION
Tutti Matti partner and executive chef Ivan Beacco emphasizes seasonal "contemporary Roman" Italian cooking such as rigatoni with braised oxtail ragu, and wood oven-roasted whole Cornish hen with vegetables. 
 
From the restaurant:
"...combines authentic Roman nose-to-tail comfort food with NYC flair. NY Times-favorite Chef Ivan Beacco's traditional recipes brings neighborhood feel in a modern, modular space."

" ... the bucatini all' amatriciana, a magnificent pile of thick spaghetti - pierced up the middle for faster boiling - laced with a hearty tomato sauce whose assertive flavor is driven by guanciale (cured hog jowl). The recipe originated in Amatrice, a town northeast of Rome where popes have historically recruited their cooks."
- Robert Sietsema, The Village Voice

Zagat 2014: 22 food rating (very good to excellent)
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving lunch and dinner daily. Late-night Fri & Sat. Sun brunch beginning at noon.

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