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This Week: Upstairs At Barbuzzo

BarbuzzoLateNightIt looks like Barbuzzo is getting a (brief and relatively simple) makeover this week. But in order that the crew doesn’t have to shut the joint down while the walls get a fresh coat of paint and some new kitchen equipment gets moved in, they’re opening up the new(ish) upstairs space and using it as the main dining room.

They’ll be open from noon-3pm for lunch, then from 5pm to midnight for dinner service. And as usual, they’ll be offering late night specials from 10:30 to close, Sunday through Thursday. You can come in for $5 house wine, $4 sangria, $3 draft beer and $10 burgers, pizza and pasta–which ain’t a bad deal at all.

Reservations are being taken as normal. And if all goes according to schedule, the new-and-improved Barbuzzo will re-open the downstairs dining room next week.

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Pop-Up Dinner Series with Rob Marzinsky

mixtapeChef Rob Marzinksy, formerly of Fitler Dining Room is hosting a dinner series upstairs at Barbuzzo before jetting off for stages in Bangkok, Singapore and Australia. Marzinksy’s “Uncut Dinner Sessions” will happen upstairs at Barbuzzo, February 25th – 27th. There will be two seatings each night and the five-course prix-fixe menu will be $65 per person with an optional $40 cocktail pairing.

Marzinsky will be joined by his good friend Ian Chapin who in addition to being a restaurant designer and fabricator, is described by Marzinsky as “veritable music encyclopedia.” Chapin will compose an eclectic mix of songs to play for guests, ranging from Born to Run-era Bruce Springsteen to Stax’s Otis Redding recordings.

Steva Casey will handle the drink program. Casey runs Swingshift, a pop-up dinner program in Birmingham, Alabama.

Marzinsky asked several of his industry friends  from his time at Stateside and Pub & Kitchen to help him out. So don't be surprised to see the likes of Jonathan Adams, Sean Murphy and Jae Hee Cho working the line.

Seats are limited and reservations can be made by emailing

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