This Italian restaurant served yummy food and had great service. Only complaint is that it is very loud. I recommend it anyway.
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Lovely fresh brunch options. Some of the usual items and some nice twists on the typical. Fresh ingredients, array of beverages and a nice pre fixe menu if that's of interest. Wonderful service in an upbeat environment. Great choice for brunch.
We went to eat after a matinee Sunday Broadway show. We were four in our party and had the restaurant practically to ourselves (naturally) so we had their full attention. Service was great and the experience was very pleasant. They make a terrific Cornish hen...More
Pretty restaurant, but very disappointing. Risotto may have been cooked days earlier with a few uncooked vegetables added at the last minute. Salads and soup were disappointing and there are so many other great restaurants in New York City excellent meals. Unfortunately this is not...More
Went here with friends for a pre theater lunch after checking their reviews. I was not disappointed. I ordered the price fix lunch for $29.00. For the appetizer I ordered their version of a Greek salad which was delightful . My entree was chicken breast...More
Came before going to the theatre. Read some good reviews which is why I chose this restaurant. Very nice decor and excellent staff. The host, bartender bus boy and our waiter David were friendly as well as professional. Unfortunately the food did not compare. Very...More
From beginning to end this was was a hit! Being from northern Italy 🇮🇹 it was almost like home. The polenta appetizer is a must have and to my surprise they have polenta fries....delicious! We had the ravioli stuffed with many creative delicious items, so...More
The restaurant was recommended by a very good friend and he was right. Great drinks, good food and wine with a very helpful staff. They are in the theater district so they know how to get you out in time for your show. We made...More
Total tourist trap. The bread given as appetizer was dripping greasy. We had the ravioli with pancetta and sage - they were also dripping greasy. You couldn't really taste the content of the ravioli, plus the sage was fried to death - so no taste...More