The Low Down
What to Drink: Start with a glass of sparkling Prosecco ($9) and make your way though the Italian-heavy wine list.
Outdoor Dining: In the warmer months, Baci & Abbracci has a large outdoor space.
Where to Sit: If you're a party of two, ask for any table other than those next to the brick oven, which make you feel like you're sitting in a hallway.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Perhaps alluding to the ebullient nature of Italians, Brooklyn-based baci&abbracci (meaning "kisses and hugs") feels like spending a day with unpretentious cousins. Located in a kitschy section of Williamsburg, this Italian gem drawsâ¦
By Andrea at GrubHub
Awesome! Great papardelle & wood oven bread!
Pretty good, nothing exceptional. Inexpensive...
By parkhyein at Menuism
Pretty good, nothing exceptional. Inexpensive Italian (though of course that's not saying much), and around... Read More
Baci & Abbracci
By Dina C at Insider Pages
This is a great place to have brunch on any weekend afternoon. While the menu is less focused on breakfast and more on lunch, they have a great sel... Read More