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Enoteca and Pizzeria
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  • Italian, Pizza, Wine Bar, Small Plates/Tapas
  • 1 5th Ave, New York NY10003 40.732048 -73.996428
  • (At 8th St)
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  • (212) 995-9559
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User Ratings (Based on 205 reviews)

Food 3.6 Value 3.4
Service 3.1 Atmosphere 3.5

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 995-9559
(212) 995-9052
Visa, MC, AmEx
Daily: 11:30am-12am
Lunch, Dinner
Group Dining, Kid-friendly, Gluten Free Items, Bar Scene, Delivery, Online Reservations, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Otto

    Posted by Awesome! on 08/25/2008

    Thin, crispy crust, freshest ingredients

    Just ate here for lunch. Shared a heirloom tomato caprese salad which was a bit pricy ($15) but in my opinion, totally worth it - the tomatoes were so flavorful, and there was an assortment of them, each bursting with delicious flavors. Ok, then I ordered a pizza with arugula and prociutto. Oh man, by far the best pizza I have ever had. The prociutto was thinly sliced, the sauce was fresh and full of flavor and there was mozzarella along with another cheese which had amazing flavor. I think that they use such amazingly fresh ingredients making it taste so good. Plus, the crust is perfectly thin and crisp. I grew up in nyc and can say that i have had my share of thin crust pizza, I was surprised to have enjoyed this pizza as much as I did, but it is honestly the best I ever had!

  • Otto

    Posted by bfair on 08/06/2008

    Great Vibe...Amazing Food

    Just dined at Otto..what a terrific experience. Grabbed a few drinks at the trendy bar before dinner. Table for 2 was waiting for us when we were ready on a crowded Wednesday night. this is not a typical pizza joint. if you want a "slice" go somewhere else. this place is top notch. they make the majority of the ingredients on the menu in house. we r talking amazing cheese. we r talking black truffle honey. the pizzas r amazing..but only after you've had some of the best prosciutto the city has to offer. the olives..ridiculous. the pasta. this is as close to being in italy as u can ever imagine. if you r looking for a more casual yet completely authentic italian meal...please try Otto. it is amazing!

  • Otto

    Posted by Anonymous on 06/13/2008


    I understand the reviewer's frustration with the wait but the food, service, experience is well worth the wait. While you wait there are many tables to stand at, a great bar and a fantastic wine menu to choose from. The food is always delicious. I have been here with both small and large groups and leave extremely satisfied every time.

  • Otto

    Posted by walkingzagatguide on 05/20/2008


    I went here because it was recommended to me and I went back two days later because it was that great! The pizzas are delicious but what truly is the best are the antipasti!!! Since then I have been there numerous times and when anyone visits me in the city this is the first spot I take them to!

  • Otto

    Posted by ew on 05/07/2008

    Huge letdown

    I've heard good things about this place so my party of six was excited to go. We got cheese as appetizers which was good, but kind of hard to screw up so I'm not giving them much credit for that. I ordered pasta primavera, which was DISGUSTING. It was so salty that I literally had to wash every bite down with water. Also, me and my friend, who were the only ones who ordered pasta, agreed that the noodles were way too al dente- al dente is only good when done CORRECTLY, and I expected such a popular restaurant to get it right. Instead, the pasta just tasted undercooked. My other friend ordered the goat cheese and asparagus pizza and asked if he could get fresh chiles on top as well, only to be told that the chef refusd to modify dishes because he did not like his creations 'meddled with'as if goat cheese and asparagus pizza is some innovative concept (not). Anyway, his pizza was kind of strange, it was dried out so it was almost like eating bread. Not that pizza should be greasy, but in Italy they usually put lots of olive oil on pizza. All in all, it was kind of a pretentious place. It's hard to read the menu because they intentionally use obscure ingredients so the waiters can tell you ALL about them just to make them seem more informed, but it was just kind of obnoxious because he kept asking "do you have any questions about the menu?" every five seconds. They played this really obtrusive techno music that I seriously thought was that "nothin but mammals" song for a while. I wanted to try something new, but all I got was pretenious waiters, a desperately trying to be modernistic and trendy atmosphere, and really really bad food.

  • Otto

    Posted by aarper on 03/15/2008

    So Notto worth it!

    I seriously cannot fathom the thought of ever dining here again. Why is there so much hype around this place? Rushed service, salty pizza, pre-packaged breadsticks mediocre salad way-too-loud dining room where we couldn't converse without screaming over really bad music. We ordered a $40 red wine and they served us the $125 bottle listed directly above it on the list (without us realizing it until the bill came). That's how loud this place is... they can't even take your order correctly, and then to top it off (after explaining to them that they messed up), they made us pay for their mistake!

  • Otto

    Posted by lovefood on 03/09/2008

    Seated 1.5 hours after our reservation

    I don't recommend this place for dinner, they are very unorganized and the atmosphere is chaotic. Nobody seemed to know what was going on and nobody wanted to communicate with the customers that were piling up. The bar was jam packed with frustrated, hungry people, some waiting for over 2 hours past their reservation! We had a 9:00 dinner reservation and were finally seated at 10:30 after we insisted on sitting! I don't even know if the food was any good since we were already so disappointed with the place.

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