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Posted by Happy Gilmore on 12/01/2004
When I visited EV for the 1st time I must say that I loved it. The Hostess there oh my god... gorgeous. She's tall, polite, engaging and had a splendid persona. Even though my friends and I had to wait she assured us that it was worth the wait and indeed it was. She recommended the fritto misto, and the virgin chicken. I loved them both but most of all I loved her. Good job extra virgin.
Posted by John from Chelsea on 09/27/2004
This tiny restaurant is big on pleasure. The food was fresh, well-prepared, well-presented and delicious. The friendly staff added to the evening's enjoyment. A definite revisit is in order.
Posted by Roxy on 08/15/2004
What a treat. I'd first tried EV when they first opened in April. I returned last week and was so happy to see how it had evolved. I thought it was yummy the first time. But Saturday night when I went in the whole place seemed so together. The hostess, I think she's the owner, was so nice and kept giving us updates on how long our table would take, there where new items on the menu - must have the lobster salad for $12 and the white peach cooler. I was also happy to see that their drink prices had gone down considerably. The food is so great at this place and the staff was all so friendly.
Posted by boe on 08/14/2004
I love a great meal but I really love a great meal at such a value this little place puts all those 3 and 4 star restaurants to shame .This is a N.Y. GEM a place to eat once a week at least!!! Try the artichoke appetizer or the pork - everything is great
Posted by anon on 07/22/2004
Let me preface this by saying I am not the type of person who ever complains about portion size, but when I ordered the T-bone here I was presented with what resembled two tiny, baby lamb chops. When I shared my disappointment with the server, she tersely and unsmilingly announced:"That's how it's prepared here." Not exactly what you want to hear. Won't be coming back. Would rather line up at the Spotted Pig - at least there's no nasty suprises.
Posted by Carol on 07/18/2004
As long as you stay away from the cocktails ($12+), this new West Village Meditterranean is sure to charm. The delectable scallops saltimbocca (pan-seared and wrapped in salty prosciutto slices), followed by the fresh and zesty halibut with tomato carpaccio, and a glass of white sangria make a perfect summer treat. All entrees are under $20. The service is generally attentive, friendly and professional (although some are fairly incompetent and rude, but very pretty), and the overall experience is thoroughly enjoyable. The outdoor cafe is perfect for people-watching on this lively block. Also, a great spot for a date.
Posted by Sisco on 07/10/2004
The food and atmosphere are great. The price is amazing considering the beautiful presentation and creative menu. Highly recommended.