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Osteria al Doge

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  • Italian, Pizza
  • 142 W 44th St, New York NY10036 40.756625 -73.984907
  • (Btwn 6th & 7th Ave)
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  • (212) 944-3643
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User Ratings (Based on 33 reviews)

3.725
Food 3.8 Value 3.6
Service 3.7 Atmosphere 3.8

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 944-3643
voice
(212) 302-6885
Fax:
fax
(212) 944-5754
Website:
www.osteria-doge.com
Place Order:
Order From Osteria al Doge for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc
Hours:
Mon-Thu: 11:30am-11pm Fri: 11:30am-12am Sat: 4pm-12am Sun: 4pm-10:30pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Business Dining, Group Dining, Pre/Post Theater, Delivery, Online Reservations, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
10.00
Delivery Area:
Time Square Area

User Reviews

  • Osteria al Doge

    Posted by foodienyc on 05/22/2007

    repeatedly delicious

    I can't say enough good things about this place. I live and work in NYC and dine out all the time, it's a rarity to find a place, esp in the theater district, that's consistantly great. Though last time our server was a bit odd, the food was amazing. The fish, from the mussels to branzino to the zuppa di pesce are oustanding and the orrechiete was the BEST I have EVER had (and it's my favorite pasta dish, so I've sampled many). Their steaks (if they have the filet mignon on special, DEFINITELY try it) are a good way to go as well. Basically go and you won't be disappointed.

  • Osteria al Doge

    Posted by a regular on 10/31/2006

    Great place, great service and delicious

    A great combination of value and good dining in a nice setting and with friendly staff.

  • Osteria al Doge

    Posted by Anonymous on 10/03/2006

    Wonderful Surprise

    My daughter and I had a horrible experience at another Italian restaurant around the block and walked out - we stumbled upon the Doge and could not have been more satisfied. The server was the best we ever had - I was not feeling too well and she recomenned dishes and wine. The atmosphere was charming; the food delicious; the staff as pleasant and accomodating as possible. We live in a tourist area and know how guests should be treated. The staff at this restaurant outdid any I have seen. It was a delightful ending to an evening which started out terrible at the first place we went to.

  • Osteria al Doge

    Posted by Satisfied on 09/19/2006

    Great place!

    Incredible food & great atmosphere! Must get the veal spaghetti!

  • Osteria al Doge

    Posted by Disappointed on 08/28/2006

    Great review from Zagat but...

    We had theater on West 44 street and decided to eat close by. Zagat gave it a good review so we went there. The drink I ordered was like water. The fish for 26 dollars was not tasty. For 26 dollars, it should be.

  • Osteria al Doge

    Posted by Tourist or NYC resident? on 04/03/2006

    Be a tourist to get good service.

    I'd have to say the only thing good about this restaurant is the atmosphere. The minute my friend and I walked in the door we were greeted and acknowledged. We sat down, ordered and the service was great until we said we weren't tourists. Once the waitress realized we didn't have to rush for theater, a bike taxi ride, or the infamous PARTY BIKE, we were shunned. To start the meal, the food was extremely overpriced. The meal tasted alright but not enough to consider a "meal". This is definitely a tourist trap. Another word of advice, avoid the fresh brewed iced tea. So if tourists are the only people to rate this, maybe you should take some advice from a resident who didn't qualify for good service since I wasn't carrying my 20 pound Toys R' Us bag with my "I Love NY" T-Shirt.

  • Osteria al Doge

    Posted by Anonymous on 03/02/2006

    I dine out often Sharon Hewitt

    I walked into an oasis in the middle of Times Square. The country tables and fresh flowers scattered throughout the dining room,gave my meal an even better experience. It was pre-theatre and the place was packed. Our waitress offered us a list of the daily specials and some suggesested wines of the day. All of them sounded great (I was starving). I started with the Polipo al Carbone. It was grilled perfectly , just like in the Mediterranean. The olives brought a nice zest to the tomato sauce. Next, was the Mezzelune alle Melanzane E Caprino. This was ravioli stuffed with roasted baby eggplant, goat cheese, and truffle oil. It was so incredible that I have craved it ever since. Everything was in a tomato and marjoram sauce. Who thinks up this stuff? No more time for dessert, we had a show to catch. Our waitress was attentive and understood that we had a time constraint. Our capuccino's arrived with a beautful assortment of homemade cookies. I said ,"we didn't order theses", I was told that they come complimentary with coffee. What a great way to end such an incredible meal. Hats off, I'll be back,

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