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Armando’s has been a fixture on Montague Street since 1936 and quickly became the classic Italian restaurant in Brooklyn Heights. Armando’s once served as a hideaway for the likes of Marilyn Monroe, Arthur Miller and Norman Mailer. The Armando’s bar was also a favorite watering hole amongst the Brooklyn Dodgers. After a short closing from mid 2008 to late 2009, Armando’s re-opened with a brand new look, renewed energy and much excitement and support from the neighborhood. The core principle behind Armando’s remains the same- serving great Italian fare in an inviting neighborhood atmosphere.

Our newly re-designed menu features many of our old classics as well as some fresh new items. Our classic Veal Parmesan, Saltimboca alla Romana and Fettuccine San Marco have quickly become favorites once again. Tagliatelle with rabbit ragu, Roasted Mediterranean Sea Bass and Bucatini all’Amatriciana are new additions that have been warmly welcomed. Join us at the bar or our new lounge area for an aperitivo or digestivo to complement your meal.

Hours: Sunday-Thursday, 11:30- 12 am. Friday-Saturday, 11 am- 1 am.

Where: 143 Montague St (between Henry St & Clinton St) Brooklyn, NY 11201
Tel: 9(718) 624–7167
How much: Entrees: $7-$18
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Updated Feb. 10, 2012
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