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Posted by Christopher on 01/20/2014
My wife, daughter and I stumbled upon this place while walking and suddenly hungry. Overall, it was a very nice experience...pricey, but HEY it's Manhattan, what do you expect (and we did have a bottle of wine, etc...). The food was very very good and my wife claims it was the best Italian meal she's had, so if she's happy then so am I. I'd go back so that says it all.
Posted by JF on 12/23/2012
great bread basket. nice atmosphere. quality food. However, $16 for a 4 slice small margarita? $28 for linguine vongole? Won't be back. This restaurant doesn't warrant these prices.
Posted by Amazing on 10/23/2012
The food is fabulous . We had great service from the waiter. It was my bday so at the end of lunch they surprise me with a tiramisu cake and sang happy birthday. The food is pricey but its worth it. We had different appetizers. I recommend the seafood appetizer and the white cheese pizza with foccacia bread with very thin crust. So tasty. Yum!
Posted by anonymous on 11/22/2011
Specials are worth listening to. Wines are fairly priced. Knowledgeable wait staff, willing to modify and adjust (we take fussy out-of-town eaters here.) Nothing exotic, but some creative efforts. Any dish on out of the wood-fired oven is worth trying. Good pizza.
Posted by Mar on 09/14/2011
Our server was a nice enough guy, but the bread was microwaved. The clam appetizer was burnt and gritty. The pasta was just okay, while the pizza was pretty good. There are better places close by, no need to spend the same here when you can spend some place really good!
Posted by Hassel S. on 06/15/2011
I was there friday night with my family for a birthday dinner. I'd like to say from the start what an amazing experience i've had. The hostess was very nice and gave us a table upstairs which is a more formal area than the personal touch downstairs by the bar. The room was a little empty at the beginning but gradually started filling up. The candles and the dimmed overhead lights made for a nice ambiance. The waiter was very friendly and was explaining in detail about any questions we asked about the food. The specials sounded delicious but when we saw the soo thin crusted pizza outta the oven the neighboring table had gotten, we got so confused about which item from the menu or specials anyone should get. We all ordered different dishes and everything was delicious. The waiter was very attentive considering during dinner he had quite a few other tables to wait on. Truth be told the server knew it was a birthday dinner, so at the end half the staff gathered at our table with a dessert surprise with a candle to sing Happy B-Day. The homemade desserts were delicious: order the tiramisu or the napoleon. Honestly, I know how overated some restaurants are, but Da Ciro lived up to my expectations as far as the food and the service goes. Will definetly go back again.
Posted by Sandra on 05/22/2011
Tonight My fiancé and I entered Da Ciro for dinner. We were seated by the door and pleased with the decor and ambience of the restaurant. Like at every other restaurant the first thing they do is offer water, "sparkling, Flat or regular tap water" But at Da Ciro it was different, our waiter offered us only sparkling and flat. It may not seem like a big deal but he was trying to push us into spending more money. On purpose I replied regular tap water, from that moment on it only got worse. I am not a big eater and i do not like to over order So i asked the waiter how big a pizza was and he said it would not be enough for a single person,( i am 5'8 120LBS) and we should share it as a appetizer and order 2 entrees. Again, trying to make us spend more money by lying ot us!I knew that would be too much food and it would go to waste so I just ordered the pizza as my own entree. We then ordered our food and waited.... Once our food came we began to eat, our waiter did not come to check on us once. He was conversing with everyone else, we weren't looking to create a friendship but at least check of our food is okay. The food was delightful but way overpriced. The waiter assumed that my fiancé and I don't have money because of the things above and treated us as if we didn't exist. Little does he know that that bill of $92.00 does not affect our bank accounts in the slightest way. My fiancé is one of the youngest special surgeons at NYU. Da Ciro has way too much potential to have someone like this ruining it. They lost 2 custumers tonight, and with this guy working there, they are bound to lose more.