Very Italian! I would suggest that they explain better the content of their dish. Love the wine though.
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We walked in without reservation but that was no problem and they gave us a table. The service was good and the food was with a real Italian touch. Wine list gives you good choice from good till expensive. We had a nice evening and...More
I enjoyed good service and a tasty fish soup at this restaurant. Also a nice wine selection. The menu includes seafood as well as pizza.
Noticed this place from our hotel across the street. Stopped in for a few drinks and appetizers on a Thursday night. Sat at the bar and the bartender grunted at us and handed us a menu. Someone had a questions about their beer and it...More
My wife and I had a great lunch here where we shared a cheese platter, had some burrata with prosciutto, and split a brick oven bar pie. My wife tried two different wines and I had a glass of sangria. The staff was friendly and...More
We were highly disappointed with the owner of this restaurant. Our table of 4 all ordered pre dinner cocktails, appetizers and main courses. My father in law ordered a nice bottle of red wine for dinner. The server, who was great all night, brought the...More
Fourth night in NY and I felt like i was eating dinner at my mother-in-laws back in Canberra, Australia! Loved the warm Italian bread served with olive oil and balsamic vinaigrette vinegar and my dish along with the other 3 my daughter and friends had...More
We were in the neighborhood and decided to try Petrarca for a light fare, which included the calamari fritti, octopus salad and wine. Both appetizers were excellent! The decor, rustic & unpretentious. The calamari was very tender and not overly breaded, just perfect. And the...More
I was looking for a relaxed place to get dinner and drinks with a few friends that I hadn't seen in a while and Petrarca was the perfect spot. It was quiet, has a very attentive staff, adorable decor, an accessible location, is not pretentious,...More
Banal food, incompetent service, a kitchen that explains a 45 minute wait for food by having the waiting say "well, we are having a problem with our computer," which as an ex-waiter I can tell you is another way of saying, "We forgot to put...More