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A Voce Madison

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  • Italian
  • 41 Madison Ave, New York NY10010 40.742461 -73.986568
  • (At 26th St)
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  • (212) 545-8555
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User Ratings (Based on 68 reviews)

3.545
Food 3.7 Value 3.3
Service 3.6 Atmosphere 3.6

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 545-8555
Website:
www.avocerestaurant.com
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc, DC
Hours:
Lunch Mon-Fri: 11:45am-2:30pm Dinner Mon-Thu: 5:30pm-10pm Fri-Sat: 5:30pm-10:30pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Outdoor Dining, People Watching, Prix Fixe, Trendy, Online Reservations, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • A Voce Madison

    Posted by Anonymous on 08/01/2008

    Pretty blah - I don't get it

    Pretty standard Italian, nothing special about the food. Probably more a place to see and be seen. Don't bother with the food.

  • A Voce Madison

    Posted by NC Redhead on 06/24/2008

    Best service ever!

    Four of us had dinner at A Voce earlier this month during a girls-only trip to NYC, and it was by far one of our favorite dining experiences. The staff was extremely friendly, and the service couldn't have been better. Our waiter was very knowledgeable and made some great recommendations. We had an asparagus appetizer which was to die for, and all the entrees were superb! For dessert, you must get the Tuscan donuts! Delicious, and they melt in your mouth! This place deserves its fine reputation!

  • A Voce Madison

    Posted by Anonymous on 03/29/2008

    Complete Disappointment

    What a disappointment. I had read such nice things about A Voce and I was let down on every level. Although we had reservations, we were left waiting for quite a while in the entrance/ bar which was noisy and obnoxious. In fact, the general atmosphere was mediocre at best. Once seated, we waited quite a while for any service and then even longer for the wine and drinks to come. The anti-pasto came randomly and spread out sporadically by different bus boys or waiters. To be honest I wasn't quite sure who was our waiter until two thirds of the way through the meal. Although we ordered a bottle of wine, they didn't leave the bottle at the table, so all evening we had to track down a bus boy or waiter when we needed a refill. The first refill they brought over was the WRONG BOTTLE so they proceeded to pour the wrong wine into half-full glasses. Then they seemed surprised when I asked for a new glass with the CORRECT wine unmixed. Even after I pointed out the mistake, they argued with me trying to convince me that I was mistaken until they eventually admitted to a mix up (they served me wine from the previous party). When the food eventually came it was fine, but nothing to write home about. The menu was about the same trying hard, but falling short when it came to living up to its reputation.

  • A Voce Madison

    Posted by JMB on 02/13/2008

    Fantastic Dinner!!!

    This past weekend my family was in town so I took them to A Voce. I have been there several times, but this latest meal was somehow even better than in the past! The appetizers are always great (I love the beet salad) and they had a special duck ravioli that was delicious. My Uncle, a world traveler and food connoisseur claimed that his pork chop was "the best he had ever tasted." We sampled all of the desserts as well and I highly recommend the coffee gelato and the mini donuts with chocolate sauce.

  • A Voce Madison

    Posted by susan ryan on 01/31/2008

    soooo happy!

    I just came from dinner and I must report that everything from the food to the atmosphere to the service was fantastic. I was a little concerned after reading the reviews but I had a wonderful experience. Dinner for 2 (2 glasses of wine, 1 appetizer, 1 pasta, 2 entrees and 2 desserts) was $190 with tax/tip. A bit pricey but I will tell you that every mouthful was just delightful. The vegetable antipasti was great. The pasta was pumpkin tortelloni and it wasscrumptious. Short ribs unbelievable...my friend had the tuna which I don't care for but I had a little bite and it was quite good. Pistachio gelato, great. The most delicious and fun dessert: bomboloni with chocolate sauce for dipping. They are big round doughnuts served warm and the surprise is that there is a liquid custard inside which oozes out when you bite it. Oh my, was that outrageous. I dine out often and am not always blown away by a lot of restaurants but congrats to A Voce, you blew me away!

  • A Voce Madison

    Posted by Rich on 01/26/2008

    you can't please everyone

    I recently went to Avoce with a party of four. We dine out alot. I like to read reviews of places, but it is important to be fair minded. Recently I read a review a paragraph long, only to find out it was take out!! ( how do you review a restaurant on take out food) any way the food here is absolutely top notch. The service was fine. I was hoping for a little more ambience, but its modern decor. If you looking for a terrific meal, then this is the place. As for the negative reviews, about the bad tables, or longer waits, get used to it! This is new york. The food is made fresh and the place is very busy, Most times great food is worth the wait.

  • A Voce Madison

    Posted by Lorrie Stuart on 01/26/2008

    Another winner on the Park

    Madison Square Park on the Madison Avenue side is the home of some fabulous restaurants, most of which belong to the estimable Danny Meyer. But A Voce can certainly give him a run for his money in the food category. My friend and I ate there for lunch, figuring we'd give it a try during Restaurant Week. We were very pleased to see that the menu offered three choices for each course, not the case for all venues involved in this relatively cheap promotion. And, to put it simply, my meal was glorious: Tuscan toast (burnt "just right") with a lovely terrine of foie gras started the lunch, to be followed by one of the best pasta dishes I have had in ages: priest's collars (a pasta I have never seen before) with squid and chorizo in a pesto sauce. The balance of flavors was just perfect, and the fact that the squid rings matched the pasta in size and shape made it somehow amusing. Even the dessert (I am generally not a sweet eater) was delicious: a mango panna cotta with passion fruit salsa. And although no one has yet managed to rival the service at Mr. Meyers' restaurants, I was impressed that having arrived 10 minutes early I was promptly seated rather than being asked to wait at the bar. Altogether a lovely experience, and worth going back to, even at full price!

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