BlackboardEats / NY


200 Mott St. (between Spring St. and Kenmare St.; subway: 6 to Spring St., N, R to Prince St., J, Z to Bowery), New York (Nolita), NY 10012; 212-966-0904

The Delicious Deal
30% off breakfast, lunch, or dinner (Monday-Friday only)*
*Please note: Passcode is not valid on weekends or on Dec 24, Dec 25, Dec 31, or Jan 1; valid on dine-in breakfast or lunch Mon-Fri (9am-4pm), or dine-in dinner Mon-Fri (5-10:30pm); valid for parties of 1-6 only; minimum purchase: two appetizers per person or one entree per person; not valid on: weekends, holidays, or in combination with any other discounts or promotions; reservations are highly recommended; please mention Passcode when making reservations; each BBE Passcode can only be redeemed once.

Must use your passcode by: Feb. 11, 2019
Time left to get your passcode: Expired on Dec. 11, 2018

When three Sardinian friends opened the doors to Epistrophy back in 2005, they had multiple goals in mind, all tethered to one primary concept: Bring the flavors and feelings of their picturesque homeland to the ever-hungry, ever-busy populous of New York City. Whether you were just stopping in solo for a coffee and pastry for breakfast, doing a healthy lunch with coworkers, or looking for a place to grab drinks with friends or bring a date after work, they strived to make their small slice of Sardinia feel welcoming at any time of day.

To accomplish this meant more than just nailing dinner. Much of their nostalgia for Sardinia called to mind relaxing while sipping a cappuccino at a local café, without any inclination to rush off to the next endeavor of the day. To make their culinary offerings on point, they built a menu based on organic, local ingredients that tied their Italian-inspired dishes to the top purveyors in the city.

Stop in early in the day and you’ll find all the essential coffee drinks and juices paired with enticing options like lemon-ricotta pancakes, butternut squash toast, and dishes like poached eggs with creamy polenta and mushrooms, or sunny-side up eggs atop zucchini fritters with avocado and honey yogurt sauce. Find a table or just cozy up on a couch or at the large communal table to make new acquaintances.

For lunch, there are soups, salads, sandwiches, and pastas to get you through the grind—maybe orecchiette with pancetta and radicchio in a light cream sauce, or quinoa salad with caramelized onions, chickpeas, avocado, braised kale, watermelon radish, and beet-tahini dressing.

full menu

menu musts

Crocchette zucchine e ricotta
Pappardelle al sugo di carne
Spaghetti neri
Brasato al cannonau
view full menu here


9 AM–midnight daily

price range for dinner entrées

$19 (cotoletta alla Milanese) to $24 (tonno on truffled pea sauce)

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