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Five Points Trades Its Brunch Credentials for Vic's Italian Farmhouse Vibe and Lardo Tortellini

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The new menu sports lardo and potato filled tortellini, pizzas topped with burrata, and house-made limoncello.

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Husband and wife duo Vicky Freeman and Marc Meyer shuttered their 15 year old Five Points ostensibly for a revamp in August. This week they reopened the space as an Italian market driven restaurant called Vic's,

Stone Barns designer Asfour Guzy oversaw the transformation of the space, and definitely added an airy farmhouse feel to part of the restaurant, which is now broken up into several distinctive spaces. The room with the high skylight wouldn't be out of place in the Hamptons while another with wooden benches, exposed wood beams, and red wood chairs rings more closely to farmhouse.

Hillary Sterling, who cooked under Missy Robbins at A Voce and helmed the kitchen at Beatrice Inn, is serving a modern Italian menu with several pizzas including one topped with burrata and anchovies, and pastas like tortellini stuffed with potato and lardo. There are also a handful of meat options like roasted oxtail and pork shoulder. The list of house cocktails and drinks including the spiked plum made with bourbon, plum syrup, ginger beer, and lemon, and two house-made limoncellos. 31 Great Jones Street, Noho

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