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  • Italian
  • 355 W 46th St, New York NY10036 40.760809 -73.989802
  • (Btwn 8th & 9th Ave)
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  • (212) 397-7597
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User Ratings (Based on 219 reviews)

Food 3.9 Value 3.7
Service 3.7 Atmosphere 3.5

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 397-7597
(917) 206-0026
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc
Lunch Sun-Tue, Thu-Fri: 12pm-3pm Wed, Sat: 11:30am-2:30pm Dinner Mon: 5pm-10pm Tue, Thu: 4:30pm-12am Wed, Sat: 4pm-12am Fri: 4:30pm-12am Sun: 3pm-10pm
Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Good for Groups, Lunch Special, Online Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Pre/Post Theater, Private Parties, Prix Fix Menus, Wheelchair Accessible

User Reviews

  • Becco

    Posted by Nicholas on 06/04/2007

    Highly Disappointed

    We arrived for pre-theater dinner at 5:00PM and were expecting a great experience in view of the Bastianich family tradition of authentic Italian cuisine. We opted for the Pasta Sinfonia which consisted of antipasto or salad accompanied by 3 different pastas. The antipasto was meager and tasteless and the Caesar Salad was just okay. The Bolognese pasta consisted of fusilli and soupy meat sauce redolent with nutmeg and containing peas! Having lived in Bologna I know that the sauce should be tight (thick) and never have I seen peas included or fusilli (rotini) as the pasta of choice. The other two pasta dishes were completely uninventive. Becco has become a tourist destination which does not follow Lidia's rule that food be prepared authentically. For anyone who appreciates Italian food, this is not the place for you.

  • Becco

    Posted by Upper Eazy Foodie on 05/06/2007

    You really can't argue.....

    with the amazing prices. When one factors, that you can get a good bottle of wine, antipasto that includes octopus and other fresh fish and an unlimited trio of pastas (my night included ribbons with tomato and basil, linguni with clam sauce and artichoke ravioli in cream sauce) for less than a hundred bucks, no one should complain. Is it as good as other top italian spots, probably not but it's a beautiful space with good food and a great place to go on a budget.

  • Becco

    Posted by Vinnie on 05/04/2007

    Never disappointed

    I have eaten at this restaurant now for about the sixth time and I am never disappointed with the food or service. I visit the city 2 to 3 times a year for a show and dinner and a visit to Becco is always teh culmination of great experience. I have tried other restaurants inthe city and though always have a good experience coming back to Becco is is a must. I will be visiting the city again in June for another show and plan to dine once again at Becco. The cost is very reasonable and servings are generous, I have paid more to park my car then what i spend for a wonderful meal. My hat is off to Lydia and her staff for providing such a wonderful dining experience.

  • Becco

    Posted by Bruce on 05/02/2007


    We arrived a few minutes early for our Sunday eveving reservation and were seated immediately in the bar area. Noisy and elbow to elbow with neighboring tables. We went with the antipasto and 3 pastas which were just OK. The waiter was just an order taker, servers actually gave us our food. The best thing about the place was the $25 wine menu, a vey broad selection, the Valpolicella we chose was a very good value. We skipped dessert. Becco is overrated and may be Ok for the tourist crowd, but if you want good Italian food go to Little Italy or pick a neighborhood place along 9th Ave.

  • Becco

    Posted by Jerzey Girl on 04/27/2007


    I absolutely love Lydia Bastianich. I watch her on TV; I even have 1 of her cook books. She seems so warm and loving, at times cooking in her kitchen with her grandsons. And things she presents on TV look absolutely delicious. I even tried 2 of her recipes, and they came out really good. So you can imagine how excited I was when my boyfriend surprised me with reservations at her restaurant. I was soooo looking forward to the experience. Now, having said all that.... I don't think Grandma was cooking in the kitchen that night. Need I say more?

  • Becco

    Posted by Heather on 04/22/2007

    This is Italian, Not Italian American!

    Absolutely wonderful. What else can you expect from Lydia Bastianich.. I visit family in Italy every year so I know the difference between Italian American food and real Italian food. This restaurant makes excellent Italian food, true to the homeland. you will not find 'penne alla vodka ' or pasta's drowning in a flavorless sauce on this menu--thank god! and by the way the wine list is extensive and very reasonable, the portions are big so you get your money's worth.

  • Becco

    Posted by sweetshe on 04/21/2007

    Love it! One of my favs

    Went to Becco's for lunch 4/21/07. I love this place. The olives they bring with the bread are wonderful, especially the dark green ones. I love the 3 pastas (all you can eat!) for 16.95 (lunch).Today was lamb ravioli, pasta with a wonderful pesto and green beens and home made spaghetti with a simple tomato and basil sauce. One of the reasons it so great are the different tastes that are unexpected but taste wonderful. My mother had the stuffed peppers. They were great, recommend them highly.

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