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Reviews from nymag.com
Posted by nicole on 07/01/2007
Just another OK Italian restaurant in the neighborhood...portions were small, service wasn't great, but at least the atmosphere was tolerable. We need more Pomodoro-type (located on Columbus on the west side) of Italian restaurants around here...I don't mind paying the high prices for that kind of quality food.
Posted by Seasoned Foodie on 06/28/2007
I was expecting just another UES Italian. It wasn't. The food was fresh and properly seasoned; simply prepared, but flavorful. The house wine was satisfactory. The decibel level was also great -- it's easy to hear and be heard. I had a business discussion during cocktails for which this restaurant works very well.
Posted by broadway on 06/01/2007
i have lived in the neighborhood for over 25 years and finally tried this restaurant over the holiday weekend. Staff was unwelcoming and the food was average. Too many Italian restaurants of this type on the UES to bother with this one again.
Posted by Kathleen on 10/30/2006
On a day when the heavens opened, I blew into Due. I was alone, and was treated very nicely I had a perfect Negroni and...ordered the Pollo Contadina....the pollo was accompanied by savory sausage, artichokes and mellow slices of garlic.....a perfect warm dish for a dreary day....At $16, and with great bread too, it was a bargain....I can't wait to check out their pastas!
Posted by UES Gal on 10/09/2006
I recently had dinner here with a friend and it was fabulous. I don't know what the debate is in other reviews about credit cards but we split our bill in two on two different cards (Amex and Visa.) Portions were perfect and the food was yummy! I will definitely return. Not cheap but a nice treat out.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/15/2006
I would not return to Due, not sure what all the hype is about... service is not friendly & the food is mediocre at best.
Posted by Jen on 02/14/2006
They do not take cards, and it is not cheap; be sure your wallet is fat. Overall, we weren't quite as impressed as the reviews had led us to expect. The service was very attentive but a bit confusing (our servers rotated constantly). We went early, but by the end things were fairly crowded and noisy. The artichoke appetizer was wonderful, and the spaghetti with clam sauce was very good, but the veal was kind of bland and generically fried. We each had a glass of wine, and both were obviously from bottles that had been opened the night before. Desserts were good. Overall a bit pricier than it could have been, especially given the refusal to take credit cards.