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Posted by UWS on 01/13/2006
The food at extra virgin is absolutely amazing. This resturant has become one of my favorites in the city.
Posted by Food and Fun on 11/05/2005
I stumbled upon Extra Virgin and was blown away. The room is gorgeous, the staff of women is crazy sexy, and the bar was hopping. I had a really nice meal, food was high caliber Med and simple. But the vibe, music,staff , service combo was just a total great nyc exp.
Posted by John from Chelsea on 09/29/2005
In looking at my last review of Extra Virgin, I see I commented on my visit one year ago, on Sept. 27. Well, just so happend I revisited the restaurant last night and am sorry to say I cannot reiterate my previous recommendation, which was very good. There seemed to be a lack of smiles and warmth to the service and to everyone else that was working in the place. My appetizer of salmon tartare came smothered with red caviar on top, much too much and much too salty. The crab ravioili were a bit on the cool side. All in all, it was not as good an experience as I had a year ago.
Posted by Kit on 08/18/2005
My friend and I happened to be in the West Village and stumbled upon this incredible find. The ambiance is romantic, inviting, and cozy. The staff is friendly and professional. The food is well-prepared, fresh, and filling. This restaurant is definitely a neighborhood treasure; perfect for an evening out with friends, family, or a date.
Posted by Kramer on 02/28/2005
The Banana French Toast served at Brunch on the weekends was terrific! (It comes with maple syrup--not mentioned in the menu--along with the carmelized bananas and cream). The waitresses are very friendly. The food is inexpensive. The atmosphere is very warm and friendly. Can't wait to go again.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/29/2005
If you're looking for a place for a quiet dinner with a friend or a romantic dinner date, this isn't it, at least on a weekend night. It was so loud that it was next to impossible to carry on a conversation, and the tables were way too close together, so much so that you have to move your wine glass away from the table's edge to keep it from being knocked over by people trying to squeeze into their seats. The food was good, service was okay, but in New York, you can definitely do better for the price ($18 to $19 an entree). It was a relief to get out of there.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/10/2004
As a first time visitor, I wasn't sure what to expect, but the entire experience was great. The food was excellent, a bit upscale without being snooty. The service was prompt and currteous. The atmosphere was intimate and appropriate for a night out with the girls - or even a date.