Amazing 3 course meal with wine deal. Incredible value. The pizza was very good and so was the fish. Great wine included. Would definitely go back!
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Not worth traveling to the UES, but a good bet if you are in the neighborhood and want something to eat. It's better than average food, acceptable prices, and comfortable atmosphere keep it as a local's staple. It has (yummy) wood fired pizzas which the kids enjoy.
My roasted chicken was $25 and a glass of wine $15 to $18! Server told me my chicken was a good healthy choice. Very good but I think smothered with butter which I didn't anticipate and was unhappy about because I'm in a eat less, more healthy diet. Portions were small perhaps it's the NYC thing. Wife ordered eggplant ravioli... More
They do happy hour 4-7 then 9-closing. Half price bottles of wine!!! The pizzas have consistently been excellent but the pasta and fish dishes are really just average. With that said it's a great place to go with friends for happy hour, pizzas, and tater tots!
As we're from the UK, I found this place on Time out and liked the look of the menu so we went here for dinner on the 4th or 5th November, We arrived early and the host was welcoming and encouraged us to go to the bar for a drink while we waited, the bar staff were very friendly and... More
My friend and I visited this restaurant after a gala at the Bohemian National Hall (half a block away). We had a very good experience with the service as well as the food. We had no idea we stayed one hour past their close time until we walked out, they were very friendly and helpful the whole time. We ordered... More
I am sooooo fed up with Mexicans trying to mask as Italians. What's wrong with this? Everything: the personnel is Mexican, the language is Spanish, the manners are Mexican, the music is Mexican, the cooking is Mexican-American and yet, the place pretend to be Italian. Petaluma is a perfect example. The smoked salmon was good but how Italian is this?... More
Oliver, We are sorry you feel this way about the staff. They find it very offensive and statements that do not represent the diversity of the city and this country. The chef and his sous are both of mediterrenean decent - Spain and Italy, so to call them Mexican is naive and racist. To call the servers Mexican, when they... More
A nice, welcoming place on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Good pizza straight out of a wood-burning oven and nice pasta dishes of very ample size.
After taking a walk through Sotheby's on a Saturday, we were looking for a place that would have brunch choices and were happy to find Petaluma. We both had different versions of the Eggs Benedict. It has something called "baked Hollandaise sauce" and I'm not sure what makes it different from traditional Hollandaise, but it was served hot and tasty.... More
Went there today for brunch and we really appreciated the fact that they were a) open before 11am so we didn't have to wait because we were starving, b) the waiter and staff were very accommodating helping us with a stroller and getting a high chair quickly and c) the food was good. They have a small kid's menu which... More
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