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  • Italian
  • 39 E 19th St, New York NY10003 40.738142 -73.988961
  • (Btwn Broadway & Park Ave S)
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  • (212) 387-1200
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User Ratings (Based on 45 reviews)

Food 4.4 Value 4.0
Service 3.9 Atmosphere 4.2

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 387-1200
(212) 387-1201
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Order From Bocca for delivery & takeout
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Mon-Thui: 12pm-3pm+5:30pm-11pm Fri: 12pm-3pm+5:30pm-11:30pm Sat: 5:30pm-11:30pm Sun: 5:30pm-10:30pm
Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Catering, Delivery, Happy Hour, Live Music, Lunch Special, Online Ordering, Online Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Prix Fix Menus, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible
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User Reviews

  • Bocca

    Posted by Perfect Moment on 10/11/2014

    Home Again

    I always feel at home here. Jon, the bar tender takes a Zen approach to dining and libations. He makes me feel welcome to taste my way to that moment of bliss. That doesn't mean there are no bumps along the way...but, you enjoy the bumps to that perfect moment. The food is fresh, the conversation is stimulating, and the drinks...well they aim to please. Dining is perfect for a date night. Lively without being rowdy. Food superb.

  • Bocca

    Posted by SP on 08/22/2012

    Pretty Good

    Came on a quiet Wednesday night. Very nice ambiance, decent wine selection, well crafted appetizer selection, however, settled on fried Calamari which was average (to be fair it's hard to do too much w/ that dish, but I've had better). The rest of the menu was very well thought out with a lot of creativity in each of the main dishes. Recommend mint pasta with the lamb shank with heirloom tomatoes starter. The place more than holds it own, with reasonable entree prices, however, they tend to take it out of you at the bar or appetizer selection which costs nearly as much as an entree. There are some average wines and house selections that go for $14-18 a glass and just seemed a bit exorbitant in the end. Bottom line, if you're looking for a quality, consistent, at times inspirational meal, and don't mind a little sticker shock that comes along w/ such an evening, you've found the right spot (for at least a limited 1 time visit, if not a return).

  • Bocca

    Posted by John O'Mara on 10/18/2011


    A delicious meal, reasonable prices and very nice service

  • Bocca

    Posted by anonymous on 07/20/2011

    Poor management

    My server was fanatasic, very accomadating. Me and my 2 friends finished eating and paid the bill. 2 of us were finishing our drink and 1 was in the restroom. The manager of head host, came up to us and told us we had to leave, because they needed the table in 5 minutes. Tell me the name of one restaurant in NYC where you never have to wait for 5 minutes, even if you have a reservation. How rude. The poor waiter who took care of us was mortified. Regardless of the food quality and the great waiter, I will not go back there. How rude

  • Bocca

    Posted by Anonymous on 01/30/2011

    Best Italian in the city!!

    Went to Bocca this weekend and had an amazing experience. The food is absolutely delicious - really reminds me of being in Italy. Try the Tonnarelli Cacio E Pepe - it is out of this world!! I would highly recommend this excellent restaurant!

  • Bocca

    Posted by s. on 10/29/2010

    bring back the black spaghetti

    i might have been a little drunk last night so pardon my inability to read the menu but i'm fairly certain the squid ink spaghetti w/ the creamy seafood sauce is no longer available. this is, in my huge and opposite of humble opinion, a terrible mistake. it's one of their best dishes! instead, we had the pasta alla amatraciana which was really, really salty. the flavors otherwise were great. the guanciale is pretty salty to begin with, and i'm sure that wasn't taken into account when whoever prepared the dish seasoned with salt. bummer! i considered asking the server for a small bowl of ricotta as it would have evened out the salinity but i didn't want to be a jerk. the maialino (roast pig) comes with great, shatteringly crisp slabs of skin and moist, tender meat. oh, that was a winner, indeed, along with the roasted potatoes it was served with. however, the obviously canned artichoke hearts, not even rinsed, still tasted of the brine they arrive in. but whatever, who eats artichokes on platter when there is roast suckling pig to be eaten? there was a charming italian fella, young, who kissed each female patron on the hand or cheek, and shook every male patron's hand upon their departure. he was sweet, asking why i selected the wine that i did. "i am from umbria," he said in his delightful accent. i, having ingested wine elsewhere with coworkers, mumbled something about lidia bastianich. this seemed to placate him. anyway, i'll definitely go back. three shared courses AND a bottle of wine and the total, pre tip, was around 100$. thanks, y'all. love this place!

  • Bocca

    Posted by anonymous on 06/08/2010

    Black Linguine

    Bocca has exceptional food and drinks! Must try the house made black linguine, it is absolutely AMAZING. Bocca also won't break your wallet for the quality of food they serve. This place is great for celebrations or a cozy date for two :) Highly Highly recommended.

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