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Posted by digby on 02/24/2010
We had the three course dinner and at $80 each, we felt a bit taken. If you think about it, it works out to a $50 entree, a $20 App and a $10 dessert. At these prices we were expecting next level food and preparation. It was decent New American cooking, with nothing remarkable at all.
Posted by Lou on 02/18/2010
Just because you use farm fresh ingredients doesn't mean you're cooking. The dishes seemed like they were all one pot meals, with limited flavor. The chicken was the worst offender. Cool waiter, same old place as before basically in terms of decor. Just too expensive for plates of stew.
Posted by downtowner on 02/03/2010
We ate in the Tap Room-which was empty from 6:00 -7:45. In a word-wonderful! We shared the pasta wth duck-Fabulous! I had the porcetta, which though not as good as April's was not shabby at all. Husband had the rabbit. We literally licked the plates. Beignet desert was ok. Excellent value-great beer on tap and righteous Martini. We will return very soon
Posted by anonymous on 01/31/2010
I sat in the front room at Colicchio & Sons, what a fabulous, delicious and fun place. The restaurant was packed and the food was delicious! You must order the pizette, the dough is incredible! The desserts and cheeses were also amazing. Had a great vibe and food was right on. Well done Tom!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/31/2010
If you want acess to the best Tom Colicchio has to offer, the tap room is the best bet in town. This feels like an updated contemporary version of the forward thinking offering of his Gramercy days. The best thing is you can get in and out for under $50 a head and that includes some of the best beers in NYC. We shared the entire menu tonight and loved every bite. Will return soon
Posted by Anonymous on 01/30/2010
My husband & I came on a Sunday night. The service was excellent! My husband drinks an inordinate amount of water and his cup was continuously re-filled by the attentive staff. The waiter was very helpful with suggestions. I had a squid appetizer with rissotto & kale and my husband had homemade agnolotti with pork belly. Both appetizers were very good. He liked mine better and I liked his better. The main courses were the standout. My husband had the duck. By far the BEST duck dish either of us has ever had. Moist and extremely flavorful. I had sea bass with razor clams and pea shoots. Delicious. Perfectly preparred in a broth with fried thyme and garlic slices on top. Then my husband got the chocolate cake. Granted, it was not one of the desserts the waiter had recommended. My husband is a chocolate-lover. He found it a bit dry. I thought it was yummy. Definitely worth the trip and I would go back because there were so many interesting selections I'd love to try as well! Also, lots of fun choices for beer.