By grace.g.yang ยท March 15, 2014
Under: greenwich village,seafood

For our first Christmas dinner as a married couple, Ken and I decided to have dinner at Babbo. The last time I was at Babbo was in 2007 (my post about the Babby visit here) and we wanted to go eat casually at the bar. The weather was unseasonably warm (this was the weekend in December when the temperature hit 65 degrees!). We walked from our apartment to Babbo and were hoping to walk in and sit at the bar. Luckily, we snagged two seats at the bar right away because I think we arrived a few minutes before the big dinner rush.

The beginning of our holiday dinner:


We started off by sharing an Octopus appetizer:


Then shared two different types of pasta – the first, a papardelle with a very rich Bolognese sauce and lots of Parmesan cheese:


Then, of course, we had to order the beef cheek ravioli:


It was a little bit heavy and rich, especially since we already had a large portion of the parardelle, but definitely worth it. I’m glad we shared the pastas – by the time we finished, I was ready to head home and lie down…but we still had our final course, the halibut:


They roast the halibut, present it to you at your table, then take it back to the kitchen to debone. Our dinner was very filling and by the time we finished, we were so stuffed that we had to walk back home!

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