Sauce: Snout-to-Tail Italian on the Lower East Side

By Laura Cooper Brown of The Bowery Hotel
April 11, 2012 | New York, United States
Sauce: Snout-to-Tail Italian on the Lower East Side
Shot by Zao Wang. Edited by Ramon Campos.

Sauce is New York's newest old-school Italian eatery, and a temple to carnivorous pleasures. Its menu showcases high-grade lamb and local grass-fed beef at honest prices. Plus, the butcher is not just in-house. He's front of house — as you'll see from my latest video.

Featured in this video: Sauce; 78-84 Rivington Street; East Village; trattoria; grass fed beef; local sustainable nose-to-tail; ragu; braciole; meatballs; pig head, bone marrow; bolognese; pork chop; filet mignon; lamb tenderloin; cavatelli; ravioli; gelato; sausages; Italian sandwiches; butcher's studio; take-out counter.