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Posted by Marcrey on 07/24/2008
We have eaten here many times in the past 3 years and it gets better each time. The menu changes with the seasons, the food is fresh and beautifully prepared and served. They have an excellnet collection of Italian wines and are extremely helpful at selecting good ones in many price ranges.
Posted by lb on 05/03/2008
my boyfriend and i go for brunch. it's the same every time the food is good- the atmosphere is great- but the service is lacking. the staff just is not attentive..... as long as you keep that in mind and ask for every possible thing that you will need for your meal at the get go- you should be okay. great space.....
Posted by Anonymous on 01/14/2008
My most recent experience at Aurora was infuriating. We were a party of 11 who ordered three bottles of wine and some beer. The waiter opened the white and left the red on the table unopened. When he brought our beers, we requested he open the red. His response was "I can't open the wine and bring your beers at the same time." It is his job to open our wine and leaving it on the table unopened is not doing his job. We had to flag him down an hour after we sat down just to order. We had no option to comment on his service because the restaurant added a 20[%] tip automatically. It's a shame the food is so good because the service isn't.
Posted by Ricardo on 12/27/2007
Williamsburg does it again, pretty boys too cool to be waiters, Rockstars in the wait, none of the patrons business, do you your job well! Went there for Brunch with my wife, the waiter felt extremely uptight, distant and uncapable of telling us the specials, never checked on us and had an attitude as if we were doing them a favor for going there. The food size was extremely small, I'm not asking for Texas sizes but this is common unsophisticated Italian food not need to pull the "we are classy" by ripping you off. Enough said.
Posted by Fashion Foodie on 12/07/2007
Nine of us ate here last night for my birthday. I thought the space was very cool (old Mavi jeans store in Soho) but the food was pretty disappointing. I ordered the veal shop special and it was mostly all fat. A few others ordered a pasta dish and the portion was very small. The prices on the menu were pretty typical for the area, not too outrageous but not a deal either.
Posted by JLD on 11/06/2007
Four of us went to Aurora recently, the first time for me and my wife. It is on a very deserted street seemingly in the middle of nowhere. But once inside, the place is quite attractive, especially the patio area. The food was good, but not up to what the Zagat food rating suggested. A similar restaurant that I think is better is Po, in Greenwich Village. I'm not convinced that Aurora provides enough to tempt Manhattan residents to leave their borough.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/25/2007
I went to Aurora for the first time this weekend for brunch. The waitress took our party's order and then 45 minutes later decided to tell us that there was no more chop meat and we could not have a hamburger. These things happen and it wouldn't have bothered me at all but I had heard her telling another party 20 minutes before that they were out of meat so I assumed that my friend got the last hamburger. We decided to leave after 45 minutes because half of our party's food was not avaliable. I would not recommend this place to anyone they are rude and inconsiderate. If you want horrible service and a long wait then this is the place for you. P.S- They only take cash so I had to use their expensive atm.