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Posted by Local New Yorker on 02/06/2014
I ordered from this restaurant based on the reviews below. I guess I should have known better -- New Yorkers know the difference between flavorful food and food that is very salty. In the case of Trattoria Trecolori, it was way too salty. It was also expensive for what it was, $30 for a salad and chicken parm plus tip, and in my delivery they forgot the salad dressing. Never ever again!
Posted by JRAMOS5588 on 02/10/2013
Wonderful service and the food was great. Finally a nice place to go when seeing a show on Broadway. Previous diner was correctly was very busy at 6pm. Had to eat at the bar but it was worth it.
Posted by mkfussbudget on 02/08/2012
We have season tickets to the Friedman theater, which is almost directly across from Trecolori, so it is a frequent pre-theater destination for us. Like almost all the decent places in the area, the restaurant is jammed between 6 and 7:30 every evening; so if you want to go, be sure to reserve in plenty of time (2 weeks ahead for a Saturday eve. is not unreasonable). Also, because of the high volume of patrons, there is a correspondingly high volume of noise, exacerbated by the fact that there is no soundproofing in the ceiling, and the floors are all wood. BUT, these are minor complaints: the food is well prepared and served piping hot; the portions are generous; the service pleasant and professional; and, best of all, the prices are atypical for a Broadway-area restaurant of this quality (e.g., a well-poured glass of wine runs about $8 - not the more common $10 or $12). They also serve a nice assortment of olives and hot, fresh bread before the meal. In addition, one of the owners is always "on the floor," which assures a well-run establishment.
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on 07/26/2011
We got the menus very fast. We ordered. The room was noisy and the waiter refused to step closer to the table, even though we said we couldn't hear him! We got our salads rapidly, and the main dishes shortly after we finished the salads. Then the waiter disappeared! We had 40 minutes until the theater and decided to get dessert. It took 15 minutes for the waiter to reappear and another 15 to get our desserts. The restaurant had totally emptied out. It was an unpleasant end to what had been a pleasant meal.
Posted by anonymous on 06/22/2011
This is a perfectly adequate, reasonably priced, pre-theater option. The food is fresh, decently prepared but ordinary. My salad of sliced beets, untoasted walnuts, greens and a sprinkle of goat chese had a hint of dressing and no real flavor. Toasted walnuts, roasted beets and a zesty sherry vinagrette could have greatly improved the dish. The chicken dishes were all sauced with an overly salted, very ordinary sauce. The vegetables were slightly undercooked and cold. The quality of the food, the service and the atmosphere were good and I believe with a little tweaking, this coould really be a terrifc place. The prices are very reasonable for the area.
Posted by TCB on 06/12/2011
Food was amazing. Had the gnocchi, ravioli and risotto. Finished it off with the delicious ricotta cheesecake. Ate at many other highly rated restaurants during our stay but this had them all beat.
Posted by Fran B on 05/23/2011
Our first time eating at Trecolori, and it won't be our last. The food was delicious. The waiter was very helpful and the service was great. The overall atmosphere was very warm. It's nice to know you have a great restaurant to go to while visiting NYC. Can't wait to return.