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Posted by Anonymous on 01/25/2009
the space is very nicely done. the architecht and decorators did a great job..the food wan't bad. the service seemed a bit stretched. we had to keep asking for things. it didnt seem natural for the waiter to check up on us. its worth checking out to get a drink at the very least..there was a nice buzz until 1am
Posted by anonymous on 01/17/2009
I was curious to come here as I love dell'anima. Had a great dinner, and could have ordered 90% of the menu. tried the tuna and scallop crudos, both of which were excellent. grilled endive salad was also very well done (good dressing) and side dishes cauliflower and brocoli were perfect. waitresses were very accommodating and helpful, and the place had a great vibe. also good bar scene, and fun atmosphere. hard to find ambiance and good food with not too expensive prices. overall was a huge fan of this new restaurant- can't wait to go back!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/16/2009
...If you like beautifully prepared, ridiculously tasty food that's reasonably priced and served in a warm atmosphere by great servers. I guess I'd kind of recommend it if you're the kind of person who enjoys perfectly al dente hand-made pastas, fantastic olive oils, bright, fresh greens, well-paired wines, addictive brussels sprouts, and swoon-worthy olive oil cake. Perfect place for a date, a group of friends, a family...I loved it.
Posted by JimDilly on 01/05/2009
Great food, great service, good price for the quality. The upstairs seating is warmer and quieter than downstairs. The ceviche melts in your mouth, and the skate with potatoes and olives is a perfect blend of taste and texture. The brisket with polenta and brodo is bold, smoky, and tender. The walnut torte was quite good, and a nice way to finish. The waitress we had was cute (yes, physically, but it was her personality that made her so), friendly, and very knowledgeable and helpful. We gave her three wines we'd been thinking about and she suggested the least expensive of the three how often does that happen? BTW - her suggestion was excellent - a perfect complement to our entrees. When we save up another 100-bucks for a dinner, we will return for sure.
Posted by Turk on 12/27/2008
My husband and I eat in many of the top NYC restaurants and this place tops them in value and taste. The service was superb. Out dishes (blue marlin crudo, char, winter lettuce, cavatelli, and cranberry tart) were seasoned perfectly. The wine list was extensive and dessert wonderful. This is our new "go to" place.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/18/2008
I was excited to see that the Del'Anima owners decided to open this restaurant, which is a lot bigger than Del'Anima. The food lived up to these owners' reputations. Started off with the scallops which were sliced thin with a light olive oil and lemon dressing. Very fresh and light. The pastas were unique and great. Had the gnocchi w/mushrooms and another pasta with brussel sprouts and fontina cheese. Both were excellent. Finished with the quail, which was also excellent. THere was nothing on the menu that did not look good. If you do not have a reservation, they have a large bar with about 30 or so seats that serves the full menu and was quite comfortable. However, you must get there before 8 if you want to secure a seat, otherwise, you have to try again another day.