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Isle of Capri
Posted by EKossick on 2015-06-24
It was a delicious meal for us with the waitstaff making us comfortable & adding to our frivolity! Loved it!
I didn't go for a 5 because our wine would have been rejected by me, BUT the other two drinkers liked it.
Posted by THE BEST" HOME FOOD" IN NEW YORK on 2014-08-18
I loveisle of capri!! Feel like "in family" always!
Posted by Steve on 2014-06-30
We stayed in New York for one week, and came across this place by chance. It was so good and friendly that we decided to re-book for our last evening. Again, the service and food was great , and really cheap. They give you bread, olives, bruschetta etc ev
Posted by Bill Palmer on 2014-06-30
Been going here for 30 yrs whenever in town. Excellent menu. Friendly "old shoe" place. Very European in a non-pretensious way. Tourists please stay away!
Posted by Jonathan Peter on 2013-11-25
You can go forever to this delicious local favorite and never have a bad meal. I love that it is family owned> From the the owners who are there to greet you to the waiters who remember you and how you like to order your meal. Just a great place to eat..
Posted by Lisa on 2013-09-27
The opposite of "nouvelle" cuisine. The food was well-prepared, richly flavored, and portions were filling. No surprises. I've eaten here three times, and plan to return. One occasion was a date, the other two were family outings. There are some nooks nea
Posted by Eugenia on 2013-08-15
For me the best fettucine a lo alfredo since logn time go, real italian
Posted by Victoria on 2011-09-06
Stumbling upon this place was serendipitous. Spending a girls weekend in New York is a wonderful mini vacation and when we couldn't get into another restaurant we were lucky enough to walk a few blocks and see this wonderful Italian dining establishment.