Great food, excellent staff and comfortable tables for a large party!
We had food that I anticipated to remind me of the wonderful meals I had in Sourthern France, but ended up falling flat. My friend had a ravioli that was uniform in flavor with an over powering broth. I had pasta that was pretty standard fare. I could not justify the prices of this place.
Had a wonderful here in Dec. Lovely service, nice seating--spacious, you are not on top of each other. The food was wonderful--I had the autumn cassolette,--wow--it was OUTSTANDING. My friends had the $39 3 course menu--quite a deal, with a wonderful flat iron (or hanger?) steak and fabulous flourless chocolate cake. This was my first time here and I would... More
Very nice. From what I hear, even when there are a lot of people there it's quiet enough that you can have a conversation. Went there for lunch. Food was excellent. Servings aren't huge, particularly the dessert; maybe that's not such a bad thing.
Went there for a nice dinner the night after we had a tasting menu at Felidia's. Really glad we did, as it was the best dining in the city that trip. The food was clean, fresh, tasty and pretty too. Service was great. We made friends with the next table who had been there before and told us what to... More
Went here during Restaurant Week '08 for my birthday in January--ordered Rack of Lamb with goat cheese-infused mashed potatoes and field greens salad with granny smith apples, grapes and walnuts, with tiramisu for dessert!!
neighborhood/warm feel with great food... (side note) went with my sister- anywhere is good with company as good as her!
Great food. Always get the foccacia with goat cheese spread and seafood pasta. Delicious!
There are so many other restaurants in NYC and in the area that I really don't see why anyone would want to go to Arezzo - very mediocre and bland food, way overpriced for what it is, and our waiter was quite impatient and kind of rude. Not really aweful, but we will never come back again.
Just got home from an evening at this very nice Italian restaurant. The owner is from Piemonte, and uses ingredients typical of the region. The dining room is nicely lit; tables are a good distance apart - it does not feel crowded; decor is low-key and unobtrusive. The maitre d' was a little snotty when it came to seating us... More
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