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Radicchio Pasta & Risotto Co
Posted by Edwin Hochberg on 12/12/2013
My steak was decent but for a place specializing in pasta very strange pastas. Both the pesto and alfredo were sent back. They were very nice about taking them off the bill.-but my wife left hungry
Posted by Anonymous on 11/18/2013
The risotto was AMAZING and well worth the visit. Just a few precautions, however... 1. the restaurant is very small (has about 8 tables seating 2 each), so get there early. 2. there is no bathroom for guests (or so we were told) 3. the service is horrible.. the waitress had the worst attitude and charged us for something we never received. Hard to say whether we will be back. If the risotto weren't so amazing, it would be an easy NO.
Posted by DavidB on 09/13/2013
This place is wonderful: order carefully and you will be highly pleased. The meatballs (all kinds), the risotto, the sauteed calamari and scallops.. are all first rate. The "window" table is a great spot. All delicious and very fairly priced. They also deliver (hey, its NY) and they are snappy, and the food actually arrives piping hot. Lots of thumbs up here, even if you have to lick the sauce off.
Posted by denis on 01/08/2013
Asked for medium / "red inside", given grey chargrilled more-than-well-done. Servers didn't remedy. Pasta & Apps ok, but I wouldn't order meat again.
Posted by Neighborhood Concierge on 04/07/2012
There's a lot of Italian restaurants in this neighborhood, but unless you work or live here, you may not even know this place exists. The pasta and risotto here and wonderful. I've never had the meat dishes, so i can't comment on them. They do serve beer and wine, but also have a BYOB policy with a $15 corkage fee. The butter they serve with your bread comes with what I believe is a subtle sea salt sprinkled on top and of course, olive oil. The complimentary biscotti at the end of the meal tops it all off nicely. The only complaint I have about this place is that it's very small, so during peak hours it will fill up fast. Other than that, it's a nice little spot, great food, decent prices, byob... I recommend it.
Posted by lovethechow on 01/10/2012
I used to love this restaurant; The food was excellent and inexpensive and you could bring your own wine. They now serve wine so they have instituted a $15 corkage charge. Given that they have a lame wine list, that is exorbitant. The wines on their wine list only show the type and country, no year and no vineyard. The $45 Malbec was a bottle I recognized (and googled) that sells for $10 retail. So, since they are buying it at wholesale, thats something like a 600% markup. REALLY! For shame. Wine is supposed to accompany and enhance your meal, not be a super-profit item for the restaurant. In addition to that, the food has gone downhill. The sauce on the spaghetti and meatballs tasted like Chef Boyardee and my friends pasta and shrimp dish was bland. Too bad.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/08/2012
We stumbled upon this adorable restaurant on New Years Eve day and decided to try it out. It is tiny inside, probably seats about 20 people at max, however, it is a very cozy atmosphere and the food is SO delicious. All home made and fresh. Highly recommend the bruschetta appetizer. It's a cozy restaurant and fairly priced. We really enjoyed our meal and will certainlygo back again.