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Le Fanfare

1103 Manhattan Ave. (between DuPont St. and Clay St.; subway: G to Greenpoint Ave.), Brooklyn (Greenpoint), NY 11222; 347-987-4244
www.lefanfare.com
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The Delicious Deal
30% off brunch or dinner*
*Please note: Passcode is not valid on Dec 24, Dec 25, Dec 31, or Jan 1; valid on dine-in dinner Mon-Sat (5:30-11pm) or Sun (5:30pm-10pm); also valid on dine-in brunch Sat-Sun (11am-4pm); valid for parties of 1-6 only; minimum purchase: two appetizers per person or one entree per person; not valid on: holidays or in combination with any other discounts or promotions; each BBE Passcode can only be redeemed once; reservations are highly recommended; please mention Passcode when making reservations.

Must use your passcode by: Jan. 29, 2019
Time left to get your passcode: Expired on Nov. 29, 2018

A good Sardinian dish is hard to find in New York City—particularly Brooklyn. But hungry fans of this swoonworthy Italian island, located just west of the boot, need not hop on an Alitalia flight just yet. Instead, point yourself to Greenpoint, where you’ll be whisked to a table at chic-yet-casual Le Fanfare, the sibling restaurant to Nolita’s Epistrophy.

Start off with the creamy, rich burrata, enhanced with pane carasau—thin crispy, addictive flat bread from Sardinia. Then move on to the pasta dish known as Malloreddus alla Campidanese. If Sardinia were a nation—many Sardinians wish it were—this would be the national dish. The grooves in these dumpling-like morsels are perfect for pulling in bits of the marinara and pork sausage, ensuring an explosion of flavor in every bite.

But you don’t have to go the full Sardinian here. The menu touches on regions all around Italy, picking the best of the best. Case in point: Cacio e Pepe, the classic and simple Roman pasta dish composed of a bundle of thick strands of bucatini noodles, rich melted pecorino cheese (most of which is made in Sardinia, by the way), and pepper. Or the lusciously rich, Piedmont-flavored, Sweet Potato–Stuffed Agnolotti, sprinkled with toasted almonds and spiked with saffron.

full menu

http://www.lefanfare.com/menu-dinner/

menu musts

Baccala Croquettes
Cacio e Pepe
Malloredus
Sweet Potato Agnolotti
Myrtle-Scented Pork Ribs
view full menu here

hours

Dinner: Mon–Thu 5:30 PM–midnight; Fri–Sat 5:30 PM–1 AM; Sun 5:30 PM–10 PM
Brunch: Sat–Sun 11:30 AM–4 PM

price range for dinner entrées

$12 (meatballs) to $28 (market fish)


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