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Bartolotta is known for impeccably fresh and shockingly expensive fish, most of it line-caught (very eco-friendly) and flown in every other day from Italy (very not). There's silver-flecked sea bream; spiny scorpion fish; glistening snapper that two nights ago was swimming off the Ligurian coast. You can choose any fish to be grilled or roasted. For an extra $85, the kitchen will shave white truffles on anything.
Starters include marinated anchovies; baby clams sautéed with white wine, tomato, and garlic; Sicilian saber fish that’s charcoal-grilled and rightfully left alone. The Ligurian octopus is so tender you can slice it with a butter knife. The snapper requires nothing more than a splash of olive oil, a squeeze of lemon, and a few quick minutes on the grill.