Caffe e Vino Is The Charming,
Old-World Italian Spot Every Neighborhood Needs
While there is certainly no shortage of modern establishments in the vicinity of The Wheeler, Downtown Brooklyn and beyond, sometimes you just crave the classics. Like a basket of chewy, dense focaccia with tomato flan that greets you before you even order your wine. Or a straightforward trattoria menu with satisfying red-sauce entrees and light, balancing salads. Or even just the atmospheric trifecta of brick walls, wide-plank wood floors, and open-air windows for people-watching. Folks, you’ll find this, and more, at Caffe e Vino.
The neighborhood love runs deep: Yelp reviewers praise the food as “divine,” “authentic,” “delicious” and “to die for!” The service gets called “prompt and professional,” “accommodating,” “kind,” “thoughtful” and “super-friendly.” And they describe the space as “quaint,” “rustic,” “cute,” “cozy,” and “intimate.” Having just had a lovely lunch there, we concur.
- Caffe e Vino
112 Dekalb Ave - Between Ashland and Fort Greene
- (718) 855-6222