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Bar Pitti

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  • Italian
  • 268 6th Ave, New York NY10014 40.729078 -74.001974
  • (Btwn Bleecker & Houston St)
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  • (212) 982-3300
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User Ratings (Based on 47 reviews)

3.2415
Food 3.7 Value 3.5
Service 2.3 Atmosphere 3.5

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 982-3300
Notes:
Cash Only
Hours:
Daily: 12pm-12am
Serves:
Dinner
Features:
Lunch, Outdoor Seating, People Watching, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Bar Pitti

    Posted by Vanessa and Kevin on 09/04/2009

    Lame Service made Mediocre Food Downright Poor

    After excitedly heading over here on a recommendation, we saw quite a crowd had gathered. Clearly this place is popular. It's located on a wide sidewalk with a ton of outdoor seating. The host eyballed us and nodded that he knew we were waiting and proceeded to point at different people who were on the invisible list and show them to their tables. They sat us after 10 minutes and plopped a poorly written chalkboard in front of us and said "need help?". We came expecting atrocious service and were not let down. We ordered simple food...montepulciano wine by the glass, a simple pasta dish with red sauce and a papperdelle and we started the meal with caprese (buffalo cheese and cherry tomatoes). The food was just OK. Not enough seasoning, tiny portions - though only $13 a plate, and the service was gruff, impersonal, and not at all a selling point. When we got our bill the waiter charged us for 4 glasses of wine. $32 bucks total. They corrected our bill and we paid. Not a happy camper here. Hooray for the people watching, but without good service, mediocre food simple becomes crap food. Not going back. Too many other options in the city.

  • Bar Pitti

    Posted by anonymous on 08/08/2009

    disappointing

    I went here on a Wednesday on a recommendation. The staff were incredibly unfriendly. The menu wasnt too exciting and the food nothing to write home about. I will not return

  • Bar Pitti

    Posted by iLoveNY on 06/18/2009

    What's the hype all about?!

    Went to have dinner here after hearing great reviews. Food was not spectacular, but was decent. The atmosphere was nice, always nice to have a relaxing dinner in the Village. The thing that turned me off with this place was that at the end of our meal, my friend and I ordered a glass of wine each...but, right when it was brought over they told us to leave! I understand if they needed the table, but they should have told us before we ordered the drinks and paid for them! We would have been happy to leave if they had told us, but instead they poured our wine into soup containers and we took our wine-to-go. Felt rushed from the time we sat down. So...try it out for yourselves, def. a great atmosphere, but hopefully you'll have better luck with the service!

  • Bar Pitti

    Posted by jackson on 06/09/2009

    a little too fashionable, but delicous

    food is delicious. great bread and olive oil to start. always a good sign. i've made many trips to italy, and i think this is one of the most tasty italian places i've been to in america. service is slightly off-putting if they're crowded or who knows why. crowd is a little too fashionable. not uncommon to see someone famous. someone else may be attracted for this reason, but i think it's a bit too cool. i keep going back because the food is consistently delicious and the price is fair. nevermind the service or crowd. if the staff start to recognize you they become much warmer. go to eat, not to feel special.

  • Bar Pitti

    Posted by MC on 06/09/2009

    Best local hangout for those who understand Northern Italian cuisine.

    This is the "Regal Beagle" for locals. Food and pricing are excellent. I eat here at least once a week- that will garnish favor with the tough Italian staff. Once you've made the cut, service is impeccable for repeat customers. The owner Giovanni is the ultimate Florentine grandfather. One couldn't ask for a better neighborhood hang out- anytime of the year. Get the following: Parpadelle Fiesolane, Burrata, Mellanzane Parmigiana, ...a bottle of Fallangina followed by the Panna Cotta.

  • Bar Pitti

    Posted by victor's sister on 06/09/2009

    Good outdoor people watching

    This place is great for an outdoor dining experience but don't expect much more. The servers are somewhat abrasive, but we NYers generally don't take offense. What I did have trouble with was that the specials are listed in Italian and the waiter's interpretation was no easier to understand than the written version. He spoke very quickly and with a strong accent, so it was hard to figure out just what the specials really were. The food portion was a decent size and the flavor was good, although I needed to add pepper and olive oil because it was bit plain and dry. The waiter was generous enough to offer an additional dessert when we brought to his attention that there had been some type of foreign substance in our dessert, most of which we left over because of it. Overall, this place is fine for what it is: A low-key people watching place to take in the fine weather.

  • Bar Pitti

    Posted by the unicorn on 05/24/2009

    they will kick you out with wine in your hand

    I thought this was going to be a nice evening with my girlfriend but it turned out to be quite the opposite. The service was disappointing. It was rushed and the staff was rude. They literally took the the last sip of wine out of my hand after we paid the check (of course).. The food was below average and the owner should get rid of the title of restauranteur removed immediately. Very overrated food.

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