My husband and I went there Wednesday 4/12 and found it closed. Had great food. Hope they open back up. Went across the street to Casa Bella and it was very good.
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we had very good pastas here, arrabiata, carbonara, tortellini. the pinot grigio was below standard, poor quality. some the waiters were a bit grumpy and did not show a lot of interest. a 10% tax plus a close to 20% service charge we put on...More
We wandered in for a late lunch and had a delicious meal with excellent service. The staff was very friendly, and the Lasagna al Forno was amazing! Our son had the Penne all Arrabiata. It was spicy, as advertised, and he loved it. My husband...More
Loved everything about this restaurant. The decorations, the Christmas music playing, our table next to the window. Our food was delicious. The bread, the salad, my spaghetti with shrimp and vodka sauce, and my husbands lasagna. Can't say enough good things. Staff was very helpful...More
We were lucky to get a patio table on a busy, beautiful night so that was a large part of the experience. The food was OK, my husband had Lasagna which he thought was good and I had 2 appetizers calamari, which I think were...More
My husband and I ate here last Friday night and both ordered one of the specials. The food was delicious and plentiful. I would have given a full 5 stars but my gnocchi was luke warm and definitely not hot.
We have been here 3 times over the past 15 years and love coming back to it. It's like going home. We were able to sit in the courtyard each time and enjoy the beautiful weather NYC offers.
I am totally unimpressed with this place. The mozzarella en carozza (sp) was like a sandwich (a thin one) and there wasn't much to it. The chicken parm special is more of a joke. It was hammered so thin we were wondering where the chicken...More