Bar Corvo is a contemporary Italian bar and restaurant featuring a menu by Chef/Owner Anna Klinger of al di la Trattoria.
“Italian home cooking with a clean, modern edge, technically flawless and soulful, too.” – Time Out New York
Outdoor dining is available in the summer. The patio is closed in and heated in the fall and winter. It is now available to book for private events for parties of 35-50.
The full bar offers custom cocktails, classic Italian cocktails, amaros, draft beer, and a selection of wines. Our world famous best ground coffee is brewed carefully from the high-quality grind and brew coffee makers that you can read more about on coffee on point.
Most tables are kept for walk-ins.
Reservations are available for dinner parties of 6 to 12. Please use the reservation tab to book.
Delivery now available through Caviar
(Sunday – Thursday Evenings)
Take out is also available for these nights
Owner/Chef Anna Klinger and owner Emiliano Coppa opened al di la Trattoria in 1998 in Park Slope where they live with their two children.
Bar Corvo was their second restaurant venture.
Owner/Manager Jacob Somers joined al di la Trattoria in 2005. He lives down the street from Bar Corvo with his wife and three boys.
Anna, Emiliano, and Jacob also collaborated to open Lincoln Station in 2013.
Has summer caught you without elevating outfit ideas? Or simply want to try a look that is not that common to your style? Check out my list of 5 summer looks that might inspire you in the processing of dressing-up yourself for the day.
How To Stay Stylish During Summer
1. Wear your gauzy summer dress
Do you feel like expressing an extra pound of femininity today? This is your flimsy dress’ time to show its potential. Not only it would make you look like a hovering fairy but also help ventilate your body in those unbreathable summer days. These sorts of dresses prove to be versatile and wearable in numerous situations. My tip is to make sure you match them with the proper footwear. Thus, if your activity is pretty casual, you can go for ballet flats or lace up wedges. The latter is my go-to footwear on a daily basis. I personally love that they are both comfortable and compliment the ankles.
2. Keep it baggy and comfy
Some days are just meant for chilling, and nothing seems more convenient than a jumpsuit and a pair of sneakers. However, I indulge in exploring more challenging alternatives to the classic sporty look. For instance, when it comes to loose pants, I usually put on a pair of denim jeans that are large enough to not suffocate my feet and still express a dim sense of style. To match the summer look, I would potentially choose a very loose crop top and a pair of white sneakers to balance the outfit.
3. Try a head-to-toe white look
An all-white outfit is a very challenging alternative, yet if chosen well, the result is mesmerizing. I love white mainly because it expresses delicacy and freshness. For a casual look with a twist, you could try mixing different white textures. For instance, a silk white shirt, with a pair of white denim, and some shoes of your liking would look both stylish and clean.
4. Go expensive
Whether you need to dress to impress or want a memorable look for an important event, there are a few ways to enhance your elegance and display a fashionable outfit. When I want to create an expensive-looking image, I usually follow some basic rules, (1) the items are freshly pressed, (2) make sure the outfit is tailored to my constitution, (3) lean towards a tonal look with very few colors. Also, if you are someone who enjoys wearing accessories, I recommend you to not display many colors, but rather choose gold which expresses elegance.
5. Sway an edgy look
If you woke up feeling experimental, daring to create an unconventional look might nourish your craving for something different. Although layering is not the best option for a scorching summer day, there are a few hacks to try with your next outfit. Choose an item with distinctive details, fun cutouts, or unique draping and then match it with an edgy, statement bag, or shoes.