Pasta (ravioli) or salmon is highly recommended. The service team was very good and truly professional. This restaurant has a great future.
Right around the corner from the Distrikt. Nice array of Italian food from a variety of areas. Good selection of wines.
Good food - great service - nice location - fair price - best coffee in town - lovely waitress called Manuela... thank you soooo much
My friend and I walked in on a Friday night without reservations and were lucky enough to be seated right away. This is a very small restaurant and we got the last table available. It has a dark and very loud atmosphere. If you are looking for a quiet dinner for two, this is not the place. If you don't... More
Had a taste for pasta but did not want to take cab to Little Italy. This was close to our hotel and turned out to be a lovely cozy place for dinner. Our food was very good but service a little slow. We would definitely return on our next visit it seems like it's a little if the beaten path... More
Happy that heard the recommendation from our hotel staff, very nice experience, cosy atmosphere, efficient (but not super friendly) service. Food was good, but nothing spectacular.
Didn't pre book but managed to get a table quickly despite restaurant being really busy. Delicious Italian vegetarian ravioli and slow roasted pork belly. Lovely atmosphere, friendly staff, waiter regularly filled up water glasses without us having to ask. Nice wine too!
We dropped in here after reading trip advisor reviews, it was also close to where we were staying. We found the service very prompt. Food wise, the spinach and ricotta ravioli was a standout, the semifreddo dessert was also very tasty. Unfortunately this was one of the first restaurants I've come across that does not offer free soda refills, which... More
Strolled over from our hotel and had a good time...assumed it's family-owned. It was crowded but we were able to be seated in a cozy alcove. We enjoyed the bread with the dipping oil, but were never offered to order a drink. Dinner came quickly, and the pasta dishes were yummy.
We travel to NYC 1-2 times a year for conventions. We always make time to eat at Mercato, often more than once per trip. The food is excellent, the porchetta is so delicious! Love the wild boar ragu, the artichoke appetizer. Bread is accompanied by lentils instead of straight olive oil, delicious! The owners, waiters and bartenders are so friendly... More
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