Moriano Art Resto, Pizza, Cafe

Moriano,  a little art cafe joint on a semi-desolate stretch of NE 2nd Avenue barely south of the Design District, serves what co-owner Jorge Di Cataldo describes as "Italo Argentinian" food. They opened "like 5 months ago," and their most popular sandwiches are The Moriano (meat, caremalized onions, sauteed bacon, tomato, mozzarella) and the Chicken Panini, pictured above (chicken, sauteed mushrooms, brie cheese, dried tomatoes).
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The cafe is decorated with the work of two artists: Hugo Urlacher, whose work is pictured above, and Daniel Moriano, for whom the restaurant is named.

Co-Owner Vanesa Suhr, who also works as a cocinera, says their food is good because so much of it is made from scratch - the gnocchi, canneloni, pizza, empanadas, and cakes.

They have a big screen projector behind the front counter that was playing a soccer match when I went there. It's a good place to eat a sandwich.

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