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Posted by ElleUWS on 09/24/2014
What an amazing addition to the neighborhood! Since we discovered this place, my husband and I have been back every week. The dishes are mouth-wateringly delicious and have a fresh, "home-made" kind of feel -- not "restauranty" meaning nothing is salty or greasy. It's very genuine -- the anti-Carmine's. The atmosphere is charming and the staff is very attentive. Great bang for your buck, although the specials are more expensive than the regular menu.
Posted by Beppe on 09/11/2014
Everything was good and pleasant, but the size of the servings was unusually low for an Italian dinner.
Posted by JB on 08/27/2014
This is a delightful little place. Sat outside, service was extremely nice and friendly and the food is delicious. Pasta portions are a bit small, but then again, the prices are very low. Desserts were yummy too.
Posted by A.Josephberg on 08/22/2014
This was the worst meal we have had on the upper West Side. The soup special was salty and tasteless as were the pastas. The special beet salad had canned beets and tired greens. Portions were also small although this was a good thing because there was less poor food to eat.
Posted by Paul on 07/12/2014
Had dinner on July 11, 2014 and the octopus and pasta were really outstanding. the portion of the pasta main course was smallish, but the taste was truly excellent.
Posted by UWSer on 05/14/2014
Ate there with a friend last week before going to a concert in Harlem and we were delighted with the food, service, and price. Will be back--often!
Posted by CMHUWS on 04/29/2014
Family own and run restaurants like Arco. Daniele and Francesa have offered up a little touch of the home country not only with delicious dishes (kale salad, yes; Alisanzas Di Sardegna, yes; semifreddo, yes, yes, yes) but with their personal touch. They are there on the floor night after night tending diners, and they have opened their doors to the community. Their staff is down to earth and attentive. The food is great value. The only downside to Arco is that it is off the beaten path of Bway and folks don't see it or think of it. Worth the detour.