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At the corner of Piccadilly and Manhattan, the little restaurant and home to its owners has been in the neighborhood since the 1920's.
If the Collidas don't greet you as you enter the Piccadilly, it is probably because they are in the kitchen. If you're lucky, Nick Collida will be out back tending the smoker, and smoked prime rib or baby-back ribs will be available as a special. I ordered a whole slab of ribs -- partly because I'm a glutton, partly because Pappy's Smokehouse owner Mike Emerson was in the house that night, which I took as a good omen. Continue reading Ian Froeb's review of The Piccadilly at Manhattan. Photos by Jennifer Silverberg.