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If you love Italian food, Babbo is likely on your bucket list. 

But, here is some basic info:

Babbo offers seasonal produce, Italian meat, cheese, game, and seafood. They offer one of the most extensive Italian wine lists in the country. 

Babbo imports pasta, Parmigiano Reggiano, balsamic vinegar, sea salt, and prosciutto from Italy. They make most of the salumi, pancetta, lardo, cappa, and soppressata in house. 

And, my personal favorite – they offer gluten-free pasta and are more than happy to use separate pots. 

I’m thrilled to say that I’m actively looking for a home a few short blocks from Babbo…let me know if you try one of my favorite gluten-free options in NYC 

Babbo 

Babbo

Address

110 Waverly Place New York, NY 10011

Phone Number

(212) 777-0303

Hours

Reservations Highly Recommended 

Sunday 4:30 – 11:00 PM 

Monday 5:00 – 11:00 PM 

Tuesday – Thursday 11:30 – 2:00; 5:00 – 11:00 PM 

Friday – Saturday 11:30 – 2:00; 5:30 – 11:00 PM 

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Gluten Free Kitchen

NO

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Gluten Free Menu

NO

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Gluten Free Pasta

YES

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Cuisine

Italian 

Price

$$$$

If you want more Italian restaurants in NYC with gluten-free options, check these out: 

Ai Fiori

(one of my favorite spots for seafood dishes)

PizzArte

(one of my favorite Italian pizzas in Manhattan)

Marea 

(hands down – the best handmade gluten-free pasta)

Hi, I’m Lorally! I love pasta, pizza, and Dr. Pepper. Did you make a recipe? Tag @chewthisup and use #chewthisup on Instagram. Or, email me at [email protected]. I want to hear from you. 

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