Ready your steak knifes: Eataly’s cow-centric Manzo is back in business. The restaurant returns this Friday after a monthlong hiatus and revamp, with a new design that includes the addition of a butcher room and a rotisserie. The menu has also received an overhaul, and there’s a slew of new dishes as well as a drink list that’s heavy on vermouth. It’s still, of course, meat first. There’s antipasto like a vitello tonnato with crisp capers, and pastas stuffed with pork, along with plenty of cured and cooked meats: Half-racks of roasted lamb with pistachio pesto, roast chicken stewed in its own drippings, and steaks including a New York strip and — of course — bistecca fiorentina. To go with those meats, there will be 33 vermouths, both Italian and America, as well a handful of cocktails. Carnivores take note.
Manzo, inside Eataly at 200 Fifth Ave., at E. 23rd St.; 212-229-2180