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Posted by Matt on 04/04/2014
When Italian food is done well, it is "delizia". Risottos and raviolis are part of the basics, but the ones we had off the lunch menu showed that the chef at Tarallucci e Vino isn't satisfied with just the basics, and can prepare food that would be regarded as good even in the heart of Rome. We followed it up with a very good crema bruciata and a glass of sweet wine. All in all a bit more of a splurge for lunch than we had anticipated, but we strolled away well satisfied with the price/quality ratio.
Posted by UWSEm on 10/05/2012
My friends and I ordered three cheeses and it was the best decision. All three were delicious and unique and I can't wait to go back!! Bread is my favorite part of any mean and their's did not disappoint-It was warm! The wine selection was also wonderful and the bartender was very knowledgeable. I had the scallops and I loved them. My friend's both got the gnocchi and were less impressed, but we all agreed that we'd be back often for wine and cheese!
Posted by museumgoer on 08/02/2011
Had the most unappetizing Sunday brunch in memory at this place last weekend. The fritatta looked like it was made during the Clinton administration and was completely tasteless. The "insalata" was a small plate of wilted baby lettuce, heavy on the rotten frisee, with a few slices of brown avocado and two sections of grapefruit. It cost $10 and served by a snide and dismissive waiter. When we left, we walked by lots of nicer looking restaurants on Amsterdam, one block away. I wish we'd skipped this dump.
Posted by Adult Person on 07/07/2011
Have been here twice in the evening for a glass of wine and a nibble...both times, too many parents with strollers and kids, which kind of put a damper on the atmosphere...especially when one couple sat their diapered infant on the bar! Take the kids to family restaurants / diners..not a wine bar please.
Posted by Stevie L. on 06/14/2011
I was going to be driving by on a monday night so I called ahead for a to go order that I was going to pick up. I was told I couldn't do that....I was welcome to come in and place an order and have a glass of wine while I waited for my food. I have had a decent panini from here in the past but this kind of service just lost them a customer.
Posted by Diane on 06/02/2011
Friend and I stop for glass of wine after work. Big rip off. Service is fair, wine is so so, but, the price is ridiculous. two glasses of some unknown fair tasting white wine with tax and tip $30 - forget it! Atmosphere is nothing special. The menu looked like a even bigger rip off. Being an upper westsider for some time, I expect to see this place gone very soon.
Posted by M Quinn on 04/14/2011
Friendly service. Excellent food. The banana french toast was unbelievable.