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Posted by Philip Engel on 06/10/2014
This place is very tasty, but a couple hints are helpful. Not all the pasta is freshly made, just the ravioli, the linguini, and Michael's pasta. These are definitely tastier. Also, the specials are listed to you without the price. They are significantly more expensive than the regular menu e.g. our pasta dishes were $20 and $25 and our salad was $17.
Posted by diandi on 01/09/2014
dinner for 4 $192 including tax, tip and a $41 bottle of wine. Food was very good, service as well. place reminds me of a West Village restaurant, brick walls, dark wood bar etc. Living on the West Side it was a quick easy ride on the 1 train. Would definately go back as well as recommend to friends.
Posted by Nancy on 02/05/2012
Terrific from the bread to the mains (we don't eat dessert) -- everything from the olive oil to the plate of olives and cheese, minestrone, and squash with chickpea puree to the special fish of the day (arctic char), the magnificent polenta,and a variety of pastas. We enjoyed two bottles of red (Primitivo and Nero D'Avola) and (one of us) a fabulous cocktail, Audrey II. We were five fussy eaters and all of us were very very happy
Posted by Anonymous on 05/30/2011
I'm never disappointed! Both their dinner and brunch menus are amazing... plenty of choices and everything is delicious. They have some pretty fabulous desserts and cocktails, as well, which is usually what I'm missing at Italian restaurants who only offer wine and tiramisu. The staff is very friendly and always knowledgeable and helpful.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/28/2011
Posted by Anonymous on 02/14/2011
The penne pisticci is completely delicious! The restaurant has been kind of loud lately, but otherwise the atmosphere is nice and the waiters friendly and knowledgeable. They only take reservations with groups of six and up so be ready to wait...because it's that good.
Posted by CC on 07/15/2010
My wife and I went on a Wednesday night. I had the Tuscan bean ravioli, and my wife had the mushroom tagliatelle (called fettuccine on the menu, but no big woo). Both were quite good, the ravioli being my favorite. We also quite enjoyed the roasted eggplant with ricotta and marinara sauce as an appetizer. I had a tasty full-bodied Pugliese wine (primitivo) that was a nice treat as well. Highly recommended.