Nestled on a windowed corner in Tribeca, Stuzzicheria is - in short, a perfect Italian hideaway. Amongst great food and drinks, you will easily make it your second home. Stuzzichini are 100 percent traditional Italian food that got their start in cafés and wine bars in Milan and Turin. Originally offered as complimentary snacks during happy hour, their popularity spread like wildfire. Before long, they became a hallowed tradition, part of the cultural fabric of an entire nation, especially in its capital, Rome, The Eternal City, and in Naples, the gateway to the south. Classic stuzzichini include delectable little plates of miniature pizzas; cheese plates; fried meatballs; assorted fried seafood; arancini and suppli (risotto balls); grilled octopus and calamari and many types of crostini.