The “well-thought-out”, “expertly prepared” cuisine wins “raves” at this Bernardsville Italian where a “welcoming” staff is happy to “accommodate”, and BYO keeps down slightly “pricey” tabs; since there are “just a few seats” in the “intimate”, earth-toned space, amici advise “be sure to have a reservation.”Read More
Sette Cucina Italiana opened on Mine Brook Road in Bernardsville in late winter in the renovated space that was Josephine’s Coffee Shop, next to the town’s cinema.
The space is beautifully designed. The floors are granite, the walls sun kissed, the mirrors beautifully etched and framed in gilt, the pottery Italian, the ceilings pressed tin, the linen-draped tables beautifully appointed, and the chandeliers Belle Époque in style. Stepping into Sette, one immediately feels as though he or she had just stepped in from a street in Florence. The restaurant is elegant and comfortable at the same time; seven tables are spread over the dining room with good space between each.Read More
Allan Russo of Sette Cucina Italiana shares how OpenTable has helped increase profits for his small restaurant of only 8 tables.Read More