Bocca Di Bacco
169 9th Ave, New York, NY

Bocca Di Bacco

169 9th Ave
New York, NY 10023
Bocca Di Bacco, New York
169 9th Ave
New York, NY 10023

Maximum Capacity: 150 people
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Bocca Di Bacco has four locations throughout Manhattan and is a premiere venue choice of The Catering Salon, led by Executive Chef and Food Network Judge, Kristin Sollenne. With exposed brick walls, wood-beamed ceilings and a rustic inviting atmosphere any location of Bocca Di Bacco is a perfection selection for any special occasion whether it's for 25 or 150 guests.

Kristin works with you every step of the way creating a custom menu for your event, arranging tastings along with complete event design and production.
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With a name meaning “mouth of the wine god,” it’s no surprise that the new Bocca Di Bacco in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood embodies an atmosphere in which diners can enjoy both creative takes on Italian cuisine and outstanding wine. Boasting an Italian-centric wine list of over 300 distinct selections to match with the menu overseen by Executive Chef Kristin Sollenne, the restaurant brings a farm-to-table and contemporary approach to Italian dining. Sollenne focuses dishes around lean proteins, fresh vegetables, and herbs, favoring olive oil and white wine over butter and cream in her cooking.
The Chelsea location is the restaurant’s third location, which also has outposts in the Theater District and Hell’s Kitchen. The new location’s stylish and approachable design aesthetic sets the stage for guests to explore the flavors of Italy. “We want guests to walk through the front doors and instantly feel transported by the cozy intimate setting, and the aromas from the kitchen,” Sollenne says. “We want guests to relax and stay a while, and try new things, all while discovering new ways to fall in love all over again with Italian food and wine.”
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