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Posted by BUD M. on 04/05/2015
We just decided to have supper her on a friday pm last week. The place is beautiful, very well run. We started at 5pm-there were only a few diners there, but by 630 pm there was a line outside. the food was slightly expensive, but my wife & i agree that it was some of the best, unbelievably tasty food we have ever had. all in all, a very pleasant experience.
Posted by WLABOB on 07/07/2014
My cousin John who with his wife have just about been to every old & new NYC restaurant took my brother & myself to this eatery. The ambiance was old classic NY the service was A+ and the food even though pricey superb. This is the kind of place you recommend to tourist and locals go for a treat.
Posted by Ned Nolte on 06/18/2014
We live a block away and went there after a show(1st time in years) only because it was raining and we wanted some pasta. The eggplant papperdelle was simply awful (opposite of al dente) and cost crazy $29.00. The calves liver was almost non-existent at $32.00 Bread with olive oil good (and free). Beer was $12.00: Yikes!. The greeter guy carried on a loud argument with a waiter five feet from our table for 15 minutes. Waitress was nice, though. People watching? Only if you get off watching tourists all night.
Posted by allison on 01/14/2014
My very close friend brings me here when he is visiting NYC. It is such a treat to me. Each time i go I always try something new. I normally never order pizza for dinner but here it is a must to try at least once. Too die for! We usually do the antipasto table and there are so many choices that it is so hard to decide. Whatever i have had is so delicious that I am thinking about it right now. I am writing this review because after reading some of the negatives I felt they really deserve a real positive.I am planning on seeing a show in March and insisted that this is where my other friend and I must dine.
Posted by raypepi on 01/24/2013
The reviews I read are often people wanting to hear themselves complain, come on. This is a Trattoria not the Four Seasons. The Carbonara is worth a trip from out of state. The antipasto bar is so fun and excellent. It is a bit touristy but so is Carnegie Hall across the street. Go, enjoy!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/21/2013
Haven't been in awhile... Several years I guess. Much has changed. Sub par to say the least! Order Spaghetti with Clam Sauce, mostly empty shells in an extremely oily sauce. My partner ordered the lasagna dry and old looking. Cannoli's were good as well as the lemon pie. Decaf coffee was probably made in the early afternoon. Service was theatrical as a touristy spot can be... I am a local. Good location for Carnegie but I will choose another option next time.
Posted by eclmom on 12/04/2012
I rarely complain about a restaurant - but this place was SO far below good that I feel compelled to write this... Aside from the "lost" pre-dinner salad, our entrees were all sub-par in terms of taste & value, and then my husband was served decaf coffee that wasn't and he ended up being up all night with a horrid caffeine headache to remind him of this debacle.