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Caffe Linda  •  145 East 49th Street  •  New York City

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A plate of pasta, a glass of wine, a piece of bread with a bit of olive oil – these are deceptively simple pleasures that offer us so much in return. Especially when done right.

 

Welcome to Caffe Linda, an intimate Italian restaurant committed to serving you authentic Italian food in a friendly setting and at a reasonable price.

 

From our bustling lunches to our super reasonable, early prix fixe supper to our cozy evening dinner service, it is our goal to provide the neighborhood’s work force, families, tourists, and romantic couples with the best the marketplace has to offer. This is true Italian cooking made to fit New York life.

 

Our all-Italian wine and beer list is selected with great care. We have a full bar and can mix any number of Italian cocktails, liquors and digestifs.

 

Italians know one thing for sure; it doesn’t matter what is going on in your life,
you owe it to yourself to eat well. The world may well be a crazy place,

the table is where you set it right.

 

We have a table waiting for you at Caffe Linda.

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Mon - Fri 11:30am - 11pm

Sat & Sun 5pm - 11pm

(Delivery cut-off 10:30pm)

 

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145 East 49th St (btwn Lexington & 3rd Ave)

 

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Tel: 1.646.497.1818

info@caffelinda.com

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The underground gourmet by Robin Raisfeld &  Rob Patronite

 

  Caffe Linda is another refuge for Italian exiles hungering for good food and football scores, both delivered by owner Claudio Marini in the cozy, comfortable premises he named for his wife.

Caffe’ Linda is too good to be true.  Sure, there are hundreds of inexpensive pasta places around.

Proving that you can’t keep a good man downstairs, Claudio Marini, who ran the basement-level lunch canteen Caffe’ Linda at the Fifth Avenue flagship Benetton store with as much grace and style as anyone equipped with only a six-burner electric stove, no exhaust system, and a mob of hungry regulars lined up on the stairs can, has resurfaced a few blocks away at ground level.

The lunch canteen in Benetton’s basement, which used to be a branch of Pepe Rosso, has been winningly reborn as
Caffe’ Linda.

Caffe Linda is a refuge for homesick Italian expats

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Spring of 2014 please come visit our sister restaurant

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