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Posted by Baylyn on 12/06/2011
But in the last four visits to this wonderful bar/restaurant, over the last three months, I have had a much different experience than the other critics here. While somewhat pricy, yes....it nonetheless delivered, on both quality and service. The bar has one of the best "happy hours" on the West Side, with half price wine selections and appetizers. Off the happy hour, the bartender really knows his craft, as I who value a well made Manhattan and gin martini, was treated to delightful drinks. My one disappointment was with the calamari, as it was too oily. But that was it, the chicken and veal were well prepared, the salads and vegetables were fresh and quite edible.
Posted by aab on 10/25/2011
The food is barely at the level of a highway rest stop but the prices are in line with it's location. in other word WAY over priced for what you are getting. The name change didn't make it better.
Posted by Marjorie on 09/10/2011
This used to be Academia di Vino (first restaurant on 63rd Street on the east side). The name has changed (probably not associated with Academia any longer) as has the food, service and quality. The service was non-existent, the food was subpar (took too long to be served and was visibly kept warm under the salamander in the kitchen for way too long!) and the prices are way too high for such sub-par food and service.
Posted by Sal-UWS on 07/21/2011
Spaghetti Carbonara with no visible sign of egg or bacon? Just pasta with faint flavor of the real thing (contrast Crispo on 14th St.). Everything way too bland, and not cheap.