Overseen by longtime Perbacco sous chef Sarah Burchard, Barbacco's menu skews heavily sandwich and baked pasta, with entrée prices less than $12 for takeout, under $15 for sit-down. Expect mini communal tables for six, plus counter seating for solos and deuces and a large takeaway component.
And while for the foreseeable future anyway, Barbacco will open weekdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. only, dinner will start whenver the liquor license arrives. In fact, Gibin and Jerje are calling Barbacco an eno-trattoria, referring to the extensive wine offerings it's planning, with an emphasis on biodynamic Italian producers.
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