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Posted by rikki knab on 03/23/2010
We wanted a lovely lunch near the guggenheim and liked this menu. A very rainy day and a bit of a walk but well worth it! So many overpriced NYC restaurants and this was so reasonable priced. I enjoyed a wonder super tuscan for $9 a glass! We were the only ones there for most of our meal but our server was greaT. And the choclate fondue was perfect! Thanks.
Posted by donatella on 02/05/2010
i am italian and appreciate authentic italian food. to be honest, this place was just OK. nothing bad at all about the atmosphere, but if you really appreciate italian food... this isn't the place for you. wine was good - good value, good options, but beyond that, i just don't recommend the menu. the spinach & ricotta ravioli literally tasted like butter in a dish. it was butter in a dish. and the gnocci w/ lamb ragu was mediocre.
Posted by deegie on 12/08/2009
Same owner as before in this location, same warmth, many of the same menu items, same value. Lovely place, reliable, casual, a true trattoria
Posted by Marjorie on 11/11/2009
Very nice, casual Italian restaurant with "can't beat the price-sized" appetizer portion pastas ... a great deal w/ a salad and a glass of wine. Service could be better, but a good neighborhood place and definately worth a visit.
Posted by zebradys on 08/16/2009
had dinner here for the 1st time yesterday evening. The food was expertly prepared with fresh, high quality ingredients. The portions were perfect for the pricing. My friend and I ate: heirloom tomato salad - delicious, ripe juicy tomatoes perfectly dressed salad with blue cheese, apples, walnuts - very fresh...not over dressed. spinach ravioli with sage butter...yum seared scallops with lentils...excellent chocolate souffle - very good but room for improvement. Wine selection was very good. Service was good. We will return and taste more dishes.
Posted by UARK83 on 07/11/2009
Some of the best Italian in the City. Cheese platters are great along with their pasta dishes. Always have amazing specials. My girlfriend almost broke up with me because I accidentally threw away her leftovers. Well priced for such quality food and wine.
Posted by Marjorie on 04/21/2009
Delicious Pasta and a good wine list make this a great neighborhood find -- restaurant needs to work a little harder on service and the side dishes are a hit or miss ... had broccoli rape that was over-cooked and very bitter. Stick to the appetizers and appetizer-sized pastas with a few glasses of wine and you won't go wrong here.