Very small resturant and we were a party of 9. Owner fit us in and was very nice. Service was great and all 9 meals were amazing. So fresh and home made. A must stop if you are in tbe area.
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Small, cozy and inviting place. Yet the menu is massive and full of surprises, so many homemade options. When we just couldn't decide, Joey asked questions about what we like, then gave us spot-on recommendations. The crab-filled ravioli in Vodka sauce was hands down the...More
We liked the restaurant , even though it was abit small , much like an old italian restaurant in Italy. Big difference from Italy was the very overprized meals and drinks. We paid $80 , including their selfadded tip of $ 12, for two pasta...More
from the food to the service to the atmosphere! We were a party of four--2 grandmothers, my daughter and 10-year-old granddaughter. We had reservations and were seated right on time. The food was delicious (I had lasagna) and the servings were ample. The wait staff...More
Authentic itlian food. Everything we had was absolutely amazing. This review is not coming from someone who just likes everything. I'm a true food connoisseur and when I want an authentic meal I want a meal that my friends Nona would make or Portuguese dish...More
I went to Benito One a couple of days ago with my parents. We were greeted nicely at the door and got a place to sit. The waiter brought us bottled water and bread immediately after. The bread, which was on the house, was really...More
There was something oddly authentic about this restaurant- food wasn't the best, expensive, and the tables close together. But oddly we really enjoyed ourselves- perhaps because it was reminiscent of holidays in Italy, perhaps because they (unlike a lot of other New Yorkers) made our...More