A noisy eating place for youngsters. Food looked amazing, lots of young hip people and loud music. Very busy. Only stayed for drinks. Toilets were disgustingly dirty
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We are taken here by a friend and his wife on our visit to NYC. First impressions were good, a small cosy restaurant, staff were friendly and attentive and in spite of its small size and open wood fired oven it was surprisingly not too...More
This is an authentic Sicilian restaurant recommended by our dinner couples. We celebrated a milestone Birthday with great cuisine and good Nero D'avola red wine. Then topped with yummy desserts. A fun evening in a casual setting served by an attentive and friendly staff.
Good food and atmosphere, but the Bill had a few "Errors" in the restaurant's favor. Got my attention when they added a 20% gratuity for our group to the total bill INCLUDING the TAX. So they want you to tip on the tax! Definitely a...More
My husband and I went to NYC over Labor Day weekend. Our daughter lives there and recommended this restaurant. The 3 of us enjoyed a fantastic meal!! Great pizza made in their wood-fire oven. Cozy atmosphere, I told my daughter I felt like I was...More
Our Italian friend took us out here, and we enjoyed a very nice evening and supper in this cozy spot with a spot by the open window to watch passers-by in the East Village. I loved my gnocci (made with beats) and arancini.
The food was good. But the waitress was sooooo horrible. She told us we weren't allowed to order appetizers unless we ordered everything together. Then when we got the owner or I think he was she took our appetizer order. We simultaneously ordered good for...More