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Grano Trattoria

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  • Italian, Pizza
  • 21 Greenwich Ave, New York NY10014 40.734542 -74.000176
  • (At W 10th St)
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  • (212) 645-2121
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User Ratings (Based on 34 reviews)

3.925
Food 4.0 Value 3.7
Service 4.1 Atmosphere 4.0

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 645-2121
Fax:
fax
(212) 645-8447
Website:
www.granonyc.com
Notes:
Delivery Take Out Private Parties and Rooms Catering Visa, MC, AmEx
Hours:
Lunch/Brunch Daily: 11am-4pm Dinner Daily: 4:30pm-11:30pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Group Dining, Outdoor Dining, Prix Fixe, Delivery, Online Reservations, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Grano Trattoria

    Posted by bert on 09/23/2012

    Not Recommended

    Went to Grano on Friday night. It was very crowded. The level of noise from all of the customers talking was incredible. Because of this level of noise, all customers had to scream while conversing, which of course only made the problem worse. Our waitress actually had to scream to us while reciting the specials. We had to scream to her while placing our order, and we had to scream to each other the whole time we were there. We had to wait 55 minutes for dinner to arrive. The full portion of spaghetti I ordered turned out to be - beyond any doubt - only a half portion. Because the profit on pasta is tremendous, it amazes me that a restaurant could be this stingy with its portion of it. The spaghetti was obviously home-made. It was very thick, and had a worm-like appearance, and tasted like cookie dough. We each had ordered the $28 salmon as entree. We each got a small piece of salmon, dry and salty. Tucked under it, in that pretentious style that is so popular these days, was the vegetable. It was a small portion of something; it might have been squash; I'm not sure. It was slimy and tasteless. The noisiest restaurant on earth, long wait, small portions of sub par food, high prices. Wouldn't return here.

  • Grano Trattoria

    Posted by Mr. Picky on 02/11/2012

    Very unappetizing food

    We have given this place about 7 chances now, only because the people who own and run and work at Grano are so nice. But the food, I'm afraid to say, tastes like it came out of a can. I am not a good cook but my homemade sauces are much better than you get here. In a blind taste test I don't think I could discern the difference between the pasta at Grano or Spaghetti-O's. The people who own the restaurant are Italian: don't THEY want to serve good food?

  • Grano Trattoria

    Posted by screenwritenyc on 08/31/2010

    yum

    The secret here is to order the casarecci pasta (a corkscrew-shaped pasta) with wild boar sausage and mushrooms. it's kind of their house specialty. and it's delicious. everything else is very good, but the wild boar sausage is the winner. atmosphere is nice, service is impeccable, prices are fine.

  • Grano Trattoria

    Posted by Shane on 06/08/2010

    Overpriced, Poor Quality

    Ate here over the weekend. The quality of the food was sub-par and the price was through the roof. You'd be better served to save your money and head somewhere else - it's the West Village so there's plenty of other places.

  • Grano Trattoria

    Posted by Jooj on 03/06/2009

    Pretty Good, But Not the Best

    Visited on Thursday night around 9:30pm. Good atmosphere, to start. My cosmo was delicious (yes, I know I am old school), but my partner's Stella was forgotten. When the waiter (a different person from the one who took our order) dropped off the focaccia appetizer, he promptly brought the beer when we brought the matter to his attention. The focaccia app was delicious. My linguine with clams had great flavor, but the pasta was overcooked. My partner ordered the pizza with pepporoni, and he enjoyed. Would give it a second try.

  • Grano Trattoria

    Posted by BrooklynBoy on 03/26/2008

    Don't Come Hungry or Thirsty

    Went there on a Tuesday night for my first time. Food was very good, service just as good. The appetizers and dessert portions are very small for the price. I had the lamb shank for the main and the portion was just OK. They give nothing away. Don't bother ordering any port the glass is miniscule.

  • Grano Trattoria

    Posted by justjohn on 03/12/2008

    Delightful!

    I’ll start out by saying that I am Italian and therefore, am quite particular and critical of Italian food. A friend and I had dinner here last night and I have only good things to say. Food was delicious Service impeccable, The linguine with crab sauce I had was wonderful, as was my friend's ravioli in sage butter. I cleaned my plate then finished her last ravioli as she was just too full to eat it. Their website mentions a prix fixe menu however, there was none offered to us so I’m not sure about that. However, with 2 cocktails, 2 appetizers and 2 entrees at $100 including tip, I have no complaints If I had to suggest an improvement, it would be for some nice mixture of classical and Italian music playing at a low volume in the background. I just think it would add to the experience.

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