30 locals recommend · Estimated price 3 out of 4 ·
About this place
Upon entering Il Buco, you won't be surprised to learn that it was originally opened in 1994 as a rustic antique store. Located on NoHo's cobblestoned Bond Street, the cozy, tastefully cluttered restaurant evokes Tuscany with its worn, wooden chairs and copper pots hanging from the ceiling. The cuisine is Italian-Mediterranean, the seasonally inspired menu changes frequently, and the thoughtful wine list highlights small boutique producers. Wine lovers, rejoice: Il Buco's cellar can be reserved for private parties, and it's one of the loveliest hidden rooms in town.
Tips from locals
Iconic Italian spot, known for making guest appearances in shows like Masters of None.
IL BUCO IS A NYC GEM. I LOVE GOING ON THE EARLY SIDE TO SIT AT BAR FOR A COCKTAIL AND A LIGHT MEAL. ONE OF MY ABSOLUTE FAVOURITE SPOTS.
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- 7 locals recommend
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- 4 locals recommend
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- 17 locals recommend
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Thursday 12:00 AM
Serves the following meal typesDinner, happy hour
Yes (incl. Discover & Visa)
Dinner, happy hour
Wine, full bar, cocktails
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