Best old-fashioned Italian (2008)


Overlooked by all but the most stalwart foodies, located in a concrete-block structure that looks like a bunker in southern Lebanon, Frost is named not after the frozen rime that accumulates on your window around Christmas, but after the street on which it stands. Anything labeled Sicilian is totally cool, including the bone-in chicken pieces swimming in grease and garlic called Sicilian chicken. As with most Italian American places in town, anything made with the excellent ricotta is also to be desired, and you can do no better than to turn your attention to the menu section called Baked Pastas.

Location Details

193 Frost St.
Brooklyn NY 11211


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