The Low Down
The Extras: Get the skinny on the original Aurora.
Brunch: The brunch menu whips up homey dishes like eggs Benedict three ways and vanilla, almond and orange French toast.
Where to Sit: The tables near the front of the somewhat dim space offer better light--and a window breeze in summer.
What to Drink: Start with a glass of affordable, crisp Prosecco Cipriano ($10), and then move on to the light, floral Rosa Rosae ($10 per glass), which pairs well with just about everything on the menu.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
The upside of gentrification: A rustic Italian favorite from Billyburg franchises itself to Soho.
by Justin Hartung at Citysearch
You know the gentrification of Williamsburg has really hit its stride when the neighborhood starts exporting restaurants to Soho. This spinoff of Billyburg's beloved Italian restaurant retains the original's mix ofâ¦
By RONA at Citysearch
Due to a disability, I only frequent restaurants that are listed as accessible. Aurora lists that it is wheel chair accessible on Open Table. So,... Read More
By mdm5097 at Citysearch
The atmosphere was wonderful. I went with my best friend for her birthday tonight and it was undeniably one of the best dinners we have ever had ou... Read More
By Rathan at Citysearch
This is a great place to go for the first time! The wine menu is legendary and the mussels were fresh. I had a great time entertaining a client h... Read More
tasty, but somewhat regrettable, average high-end italian
By slinki at Citysearch
Good location (although the Subway located one door west pulls focus almost entirely from aurora's low-key entrance), tasty food, appropriately "ru... Read More
Wonderful food, so so services.
By debbienyc at Citysearch
I went to Aurora last friday night, second time there. The food is delicious one of the best Italian restaurants in the city. The services must im... Read More