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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 Cherry Cordial Diva's-Red Hats on 02/21/2006

    Wonderful luncheon before the theater

    I recently had my group of 8 in the City for a Red Hat day with lunch and a matinee play. We arrived without reservations since we weren't sure where we were going to eat, but I had a short list of restaurants that were close to the Schoenfeld theater area. We chose Becco's for the quaint look of the outside and the appealing menu and prices. Most of us chose the "all you can eat pasta" entre and we were so pleased. We had the antipasto misto which was included and were amazed at the assortment of the plate. We also had the sampler dessert platter that was the grand finale. The waiter ended our lunch with a complimentary dessert wine that was to die for. I would definately come here again and again and again. This was a great choice not only for location but for the friendliness of the staff and to accomodate our group wthout reservations. Bellesimo..!

  • Becco

    Posted by Karen on 02/08/2006


    I brought my parents into NYC for a special nite, thought we would try Becco's . Food was nothing special and the dining room was so loud we couldn't carry on a conversation. We were in the first dining room where the bar is. People kept walking by the table and knocking our pocketbooks off the chair to the floor. Waitress was very good.They staff did get us out within an hour. Sorry to sound so neg. but wish it had been more enjoyable.

  • Becco

    Posted by weekender on 02/05/2006

    Nothing Special

    Limited Menu selection. Food was just okay. I would pass on this restaurant if given the choice again. Too many other great places to eat in NY.

  • Becco

    Posted by The Dude on 12/15/2005

    The Truth

    An excellent Italian restaurant. And while it's not considered a steakhouse per se, the skirt steak is one of the best cuts in the city (Wolfgang's, Luger's and Del Frisco's included).

  • Becco

    Posted by SJ Visitor on 12/11/2005

    Just o.k.

    As a frequent visitor to NYC, I like to try new restaurants. I have to say that I think this restaurant is vastly overrated. The food was fresh and good, but maybe I'm spoiled by the great restaurants we have in Philly and SJ. I had the prix fixe llunch with the three pastas. The selection included gemelli bolognese, mushroom ravioli, and spaghetti with basil --none were anything special. My antipasto which was included with the lunch looked great but tasted rather vinegary. It would also have been nice if the waiter explained what was on the plate. I still have no clue what the meat/fish were. I agree with the previous reviewer that the tables were too jammed together. Although I had made reservations several weeks in advance, they jammed us and the next few parties into a crowded second floor alcove, even though the rest of the room was still available. Another gripe I have is that they would not let us into the restaurant when we arrived early (11:20) and knowing that we and a line of other diners were waiting outside in the freezing cold never bothered to come to the door and welcome us in when they did open! The waiters were efficient, but as for the rest of the staff--lose the attitude. You're not that great and you have plenty of competition.

  • Becco

    Posted by Anonymous on 12/05/2005

    Good, but worth the money?

    On a Saturday night in December we took my mother-in-law to Becco for her birthday (she's a big fan of Lydia's cooking show). We found the food to be good, but certainly not what one might expect for the cost. Furthermore, the restaurant was extremely noisy and we were seated at a table so close to others that it was impossible to move without bumping into another's chair. I will say that the service was excellent...when I told our waiter that we were celebrating my mother-in-law's birthday, he was very attentive to her and brought her a piece of cheesecake with a candle at the end of the meal. Finally, the wine selections were quite good.

  • Becco

    Posted by Becco Is One Of My NYC Favourites! on 11/21/2005

    My Sure Bet When I'm In NYC: Becco

    I've been flying for weekends to NYC for twenty years and, over that time, have a few places that I can count on to be good whenever I go, whatever weather and whomever might be the personalities of those tagging along with me. Becco is consistenty great food, very NYC ambiance and I know it will be a hit with my friends. It is everytime. Can it get a bit loud? Hey, it's New York. Get used to it! At least there's no horns inside! Their specialty is the never-ending three pastas which are absolutely fabulous! The rest of the menu is good, too, as is their wine list: modestly priced and not pretentious. There are countless restaurants in NYC to choose from. All of them are at least decent or they don't stay open more than a couple months. Few are as consistently good and pleasing as Becco. Eat the bar if the table wait is too long. If you'd like to sneak in, ask NICELY after curtain at 8pm MON - SAT. NYC, I've found, is like every other city in the world: you get what you give. Start with a smile, a good attitude and Becco. You can't miss. Another reason why I love NY!

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