Becco is a good place to eat in New York, cheap and comfortable. I ate twice in one day. I paid about 25$ for my lunch, tip included, and 30$ for my dinner. The food was good and everything was clean. The service was prompt and polite. Every dinner includes the all-you-can-eat antipasto and the pasta brought to you in well-worn sauté pans. Gnocchi, ravioli, linguine with black olive paste, penne, or rigatoni are just some of the choices this restaurant offers you. Wines are very cheap and water or juice is even cheaper than in most bars. The deserts were as good as the pasta. I loved the chocolate cake. The feeling this places gives me is that I am at an eating contest.