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Posted by ipontic on 06/20/2013
As a regular of Nick and Stefs it was great to partake of Chef stephens menu The apps were beautifully presented and flavorful The grilled fish was also presented simply and beautifully We have found a place to replace Nick & Stefs thanks to Chef Stephen Rosenbluth
Posted by SEJD on 06/05/2012
Sit up near the bar for good service and (sometimes) free pizza. Light and airy interior much more amenable than many NY bars and restaurants. That shaking feeling is not an earthquake, it's the trains rumbling out of GCT beneath your feet so you are well-placed to down a beer and run down to your train with seconds to spare.....
Posted by anonymous on 06/27/2011
My husband and I stopped in for a light lunch. The food was fresh and delicious. However, I've rarely experienced worse service. As we were finishing up our meal, the waiter swooped in and grabbed our plates without so much as looking at us or asking if we were done. I had food in my mouth so couldn't say anything to stop him from removing my plate. I was left stunned and angry.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/23/2010
I took my family here and it was the best appetizers and pizza we ever had. We got the fried calamari and caprese salad and then a pizza with prosciutto and arugula. Although it was slightly pricey (over $100 for lunch for 3 people), it was absolutely delicious. Our server was amazing. Our glasses were never more than 1/2 empty and we were continuously being "checked up" on. I would absolutely recommend this to anyone taking a trip to NYC!
Posted by Anonymous on 02/12/2009
The food at Naples is dependable. It's not fabulous, but it's always good. The service also is good. The prices are okay, although not great. (My favorite example is the breakfast french toast. You get three triangles from two slices of bread cut diagonally in half. Where's the fourth triangle?) The room is bustling and somewhat cafeteria-like, which wouldn't be bad if it weren't so LOUD. You literally cannot hear someone sitting directly across the table from you. I love their spaghetti ruvidi, their thin pizza and a few other dishes, but even though it's conveniently located, and they can usually seat you, even without a reservation, in ten minutes or less, I've stopped eating in because it's so unpleasant.
Posted by Local diner on 12/08/2008
Although disappointed in the service for charging again for a replacement of a spilled soda (!) the food is really good (consistent) and the roominess of the place makes it ideal for larger parties (and children!). Very few places in midtown can compare.
Posted by Ken on 07/22/2008
I came for lunch with a friend, ordered a couple of pizzas and a salad and the bill came to almost $70. Food was good quality, but the prices are outrageous. You should only come here if you are on an expense account. Also sit outside, the inside seating area is ridiculously loud.