Quite short menu.. simple offer and QUITE expensive. Tiramisu 11 Dollars. Beer 8. Really not worth it.
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Came here on a tip and glad I did. My old college roommate that used to live in NYC texted me telling me to get here if I had the time. I did just that. Got a Peroni to start to accompany the olive oil...More
Ate here before visiting One World Trade Centre as just around the corner. A group of 5 of us were squeezed around a small wooden table in the window, which I really liked. A much more sociable feel than being in a stuffy place with...More
The rustic and intimate table placement gives the restaurant a very comfortable feel. The service was prompt, knowledgeable and friendly. The food was exactly as described and perfectly prepared.
We visited here as a family before going up the One World Observatory which is just a short walk away. The restaurant is quite small but has a very relaxed atmosphere. We had a small table in the window where you could just see the...More
Max is a simple but excellent restaurant. The he menu is actually sophisticated as is the wine cellar but the decor and he ambiance are warm and reminiscent of a by gone era. Two things stand out: price and quality. The owner is Italian and...More
We went here the other day and had no reservations. No worries, we got a seat anyway. We both ordered some pasta wich was awesome. Really good taste and not to difficult. Biggest problem was that we were really rushed because of other reservations. First...More
After reading reviews and looking at the menu (4 stars, 2$), this seemed like a safe bet. Pretty light crowd on a Saturday night should have been a warning, but we proceeded. The baratta app special was very light on the tomatoes and basil, but...More
Great location (a side street in Tribeca) and an intimate, cozy, minimal but well appointed inside. And they had a kids menu!!! Sadly, the food was just mediocre (I had lasagna, my daughter had speghetti and meatballs) and they charge for refills on soda...from a...More