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Posted by Neighbor on 11/30/2012
This is a very good spot. If you can dine there, you'll see it has a charming, warm, rustic Italian feel with a touch of NY style. It has a great bar to grab a drink (check out the free hot snacks they place on the bar and the generous pours), and it is a charming place to have a quiet, peaceful and delicious meal on a busy street. Delivery is also fast and winning, and they always send a small bag of almond cookies and macaroons gratis with your order. I have enjoyed all the food, and in no particular order would call out any pizza (love the quattro statione), the salmon filled ravioli, the linguini with seafood, lasagna, antipasti, beet salad, crustini...I could go on. This is a hidden gem in a busy area that has a lot of loyal patrons. Check it out if you are in the area, you will love it.
Posted by SimonD on 04/30/2012
I've been here for working lunches and a couple of times for dinner and have always enjoyed the experience. Good service and nicely presented food. I am not a gourmet but I appreciate that this restaurant tries to offer something a little more than the run-of-the-mill pizza and pasta. For evenings, especially pre-show, it's a good alternative to the over-busy eateries in theatre-land. Enjoy a meal here and then jump in a cab.
Posted by New Yorker on 10/29/2008
Went here for a business lunch, the place is nice but way too loud, acoustics are terrible. The food was good, nothing to complain about. The service was HORRIBLE. I think the waitress took a zanax b/c she was totally spaced out and she got several of the specials wrong. Never came back to check on our table. We had to flag her down to order somethig to drink, she was standing against the wall picking her nails. Then had to track her down again for the check. Guess where she was? Literally standing in the corner picking her nails. I ordered the lasagna for lunch and the server actually tried to had me the extremely hot plate rather than walk around the table to put it in front of me. The service alone is why I will not go back there. Plus, this isn't a huge deal but it was a turn off: The femail waitresses all look like SLOBS.
Posted by Bill on 07/10/2008
I am a hotel concierge in the neighborhood and have send hundreds of guests here with consistently great feedback. Every meal I've eaten here has been really nice, and the atmosphere is lively but still upscale.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/04/2008
I had been here a few times in the past just went and it was a whole new deal. The food is much improved some traditional dishes and some interesting new things. Still the best pizza around. The atmoshpere is great and service is friendly a great place to go in Midtown.
Posted by Kerf on 11/08/2007
Highly recommended. Delicious food, warm, cozy setting. Gorgeous lighting. Definitely a great place for dinner in the fall or winter.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/31/2007
Had a business lunch at Osteria and it was very poor. While the service was good, the kitchen was backed up. We waited an hour and a half for our entrees that war barely sub par. The pasta was too buttery, and very bland. I wouldn't ever go back.