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Posted by Anonymous on 07/23/2012
I ate at Accappella last week with group. It was an outstanding meal and a really fun experience. The atmosphere of the restauarant is a classic dining room of yesteryear. There was plenty of room around the table. The patrons and staff seemed to get along like old friends. The noise level was such that you could actually hear each other speak without yelling. The food was outstanding. The head waiter read the appetizers from memory. We asked him to prepare something for the table, which gave everyone a taste of each of the wonderful selections. Then out main course arrived and it too was outstanding. There were winderful options of meat, fish, hicken and pasta. The end of the meal was dessert, including grappa. While this was a little pricey, it was worth every penny. Bravo. I cannot wait for a return engagement.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/04/2012
Excellent lamb specials, love the tortellini in brodo, weak wine selection.
Posted by food lover on 10/27/2010
I've been to many restaurants of every caliber, and acappella is one of the best. most places nowaday's serve fancy dishes in fancy plates, and the coast can be any where from $125 a person and up, and the food is either not that good, and or the service is poor. there's even some times when i go in hungry and leave starving. Acappella is one of the most filling place i know . the food is very tasty prepared in some cases in front of you, the space between tables is great ( you have plenty of elbow room, ) the service is 2nd to none. the price is average for the caliber of fine dinnig that it is. I will continue to go back because I enjoy great food and service.
Posted by Terry and Tena Martin on 10/12/2010
We had dinner here on our anniversary and it was wonderful! The food was great and the staff was wonderful! We had a great evening in the restaurant and will go back again when we are in New York. We have already recommended it for anyone we know that is going to NYC!
Posted by robe on 08/01/2010
The level of food can be found in many other Italian spots for half the price or less. The wine list has one red under $100 and the waiters put on a show that amounts to nothing more than padding your check. I don't mind spending but this is not the place to do that. There are so many great places that are actually worth the price. Acappella is not. It's a hustle.
Posted by Gary on 02/01/2009
I do not recommend this restaurant. The food is ordinary but the cost is up there with some of the most expensive restaurants in the city. I will not be going back.
Posted by FoodGuy on 04/08/2008
Acappella is truly one of the best restaurants in the city. The service is great, the maitre' d (forgive any mispelling) is your classic brooklyn-type freindly itallian guy who always comes around at the end of the meal and announces that he is giving you free grappa. The quality of the food is off the charts. The pasta is amazing, especially the rigatoni grappa. The rack of lamb is the best in the city. Acappella is a very nice find considering that the "fine dining" label has been reduced to only be an indication of price and not quality. Accappella isn't cheap, but the prices aren't unreasonable, and the quality more than justifies the price.