Words by Alessa Marczak
Featured Photograph by Steve Freihon
A legendary Italian cafe located in Greenwich Village – Dante is an insight into New York’s rich and illustrious history. Established in 1915, in what was a predominately Italian neighborhood, Dante became a meeting place for Italian immigrants who came together to share memories of home over a traditional shot of espresso.
Known today for its delicious small plates and celebrated cocktail menu, this Italian cafe is the ideal place to sit back and sip on one of their infamous Negroni’s while enjoying a slice of New York’s history.
Favorites – Burrata and Negroni
79-81 MacDougal St,
New York, New York 10012