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Pane Panelle in New York City | Print |  E-mail
Written by Larry Aiello   
Thursday, 05 January 2012 16:06
I recently posted a recipe about Panelle, a fried chickpea fritter street food that is popular in Palermo.  

If you live in New York City, there is a place that just opened (Sept 2011) called Pane Panelle, where you can enjoy this Sicilian item for about $8 - $10, served with a side of homemade caponata.  They serve it on a hamburger bun, which is not what they do in Palermo, but nonetheless, I will try this place next time I am in New York City.

They also serve

  • eggplant parm
  • muffuletta
  • panelle parm (chickpea fritters, mozzarella and tomato sauce)
  • melanzane e panelle (fried eggplant, chickpea fritters, mortadella and pecorina)

It's a little takeout counter place, here is the info:

Pane Panelle
Chef Pal Di Bari
305½ Church St. (between Walker and Lispenard)
Open noon to 6 p.m. daily; 212-219-2357


 

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