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Cafe Fiorello

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  • Italian, Pizza, Steakhouses
  • 1900 Broadway, New York NY10023 40.772953 -73.982105
  • (Btwn 63rd & 64th St)
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  • (212) 595-5330
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User Ratings (Based on 77 reviews)

Food 3.6 Value 2.8
Service 3.4 Atmosphere 3.5

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 595-5330
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc, DC, JCB
Lunch Mon-Fri: 11:30am-4pm Dinner Mon-Fri: 4pm-12:30am Sat: 3pm-12:30am Sun: 3pm-11pm Brunch Sat-Sun: 10am-3pm
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Business Dining, Group Dining, Outdoor Dining, People Watching, Prix Fixe, Pre/Post Theater, Delivery, Online Reservations, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Private Parties
Min Delivery:
Delivery Area:
59th to 72nd St; Central Park W to W End Ave

User Reviews

  • Cafe Fiorello

    Posted by BEV on 04/26/2006

    Opera Lunch

    Love to eat here before the opera. The food is great!

  • Cafe Fiorello

    Posted by west side Joe on 04/16/2006

    Those crab cakes were how much?

    Last night we ate here and the food was wonderful. The specials are slightly decieving. I just wish that our server had told me that when I ordered the crab cakes that it was a $40 entree. For crab cakes? Other than that the food was wonderful.

  • Cafe Fiorello

    Posted by Disappointed on 11/27/2005

    Not so great, overpriced Italian food

    I dined at Cafe Fiorello, because I passed by and the atmostphere looked nice, but I was greatly disappointed with my pasta and my date was very disappointed with his "special" recommended entree (the open faced lasagna). I thought the atmosphere was nice, and the service was good, but I really was not satisfied with my food. The appetizer was also subpar. With wine, the bill came to be around $120, and it was really not worth it.

  • Cafe Fiorello

    Posted by Anonymous on 11/24/2005

    Constantly Amazing

    This place never ceases to amaze me whether I go into the city to see a performance at the met or Lincoln center or even a musical down on Broadway I still can't get enough of this place is a must go to for dinner and the dessert is to die for.

  • Cafe Fiorello

    Posted by Rudy on 11/20/2005

    Expensive...but open after the opera

    I did not have many choices tonight, because of Carmen (the opera at the Met), so I went to Fiorello. I ran and got a great table, because I thought I was not going to be the only one reaching this restaurant at midnight. I was very happy with the experience, I loved the antipasti, but I think it is a very expensive place. I could have had a gourmet dinner for the same amount, but... where at that time? So, a good place if you look for a restaurant nearby at 1 am...

  • Cafe Fiorello

    Posted by Thea Coumite on 11/07/2005

    Perfect NYC Italian Evening!

    Four friends of 35 years agree that Cafe Fiorello was the perfect meeting place for terrific city atmosphere, wonderful service and fantastic food. The shared appetizer was chosen by our waiter and was perfect! Each of our meals was unusually presented...delicious with unique seasoning ... cooked to perfection. The singing of Happy Birthday has NEVER been my favorite happening in a restaurant, but Fiorello's has taken it to an entertainment level! The hostess' voice could have been heard on any stage in the city! What a treat! Highly recommend an evening here - great start before the theatre or as the entertainment itself!

  • Cafe Fiorello

    Posted by Anonymous on 10/03/2005

    Much more than a great location

    I used to think of Fiorello as one of those "teflons" - they have a great location and their food didn't have to be more than just okay. In fact, Fiorello has now become a destination of its own for me. I really love the antipasto bar - it's perfect to share seven selections with a friend for lunch. Their pastas are fresh and delicious (favorites are the baked agnolotti with it's delicious parmesan sauce, and the hand-rolled "penne") Their thin-crusted pizzas are another delicious sharing item. The outside tables are among the best on the UWS. Great people watching from an elegant outdoor environment. Fiorello's is also very accomodating of children, which I value, in a way that does not bother other diners, which I also value. I do find that a meal winds up being a little more expensive than I like for an everyday lunch or dinner, but I do think of Fiorello's often not only for Lincoln Center events but also for meeting friends on the UWS. A very good restaurant, for a lot of reasons.

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