Becco New York
The name Becco is derived from the ITalian verb, beccare, which means to peck, nibble or savor something in a discriminating way. Lidia Bastianich and her son, Joseph, opened Becco in the theater district in 1993. Known for its acclaimed $16.95 prix fixe lunch menu and $21.95 prix fixe dinner menu that includes a large assortment of Italian antipasti or a Caesar salad together with unlimited servings of tableside pasta, prepared fresh daily. Hearty main courses include the porcini rubbed ribeye steak, "Joe's grilled veal chop" and a wide selection of Italian wines, all priced at $25.00 per bottle.