Pasta is great: cacio e pepe with lobster and the tagliatelle with pomodoro sauce. The place and service are great although the restaurant is a little pricey for what it offers
Fantastic dinner spot. The roast chicken is incredible!
Great for late lunch on the weekends with reasonable priced ($16-22) small meals. High ceilings and refreshing atmosphere for the museum wanderer. Try the pesto ravioli/classic meat ball spaghetti.
Start with a cappuccino and croissant and then go for the smoked salmon frittata with goat cheese or the pappardelle with duck ragu, shaved chocolate and orange -- a dish that sounds odd but works.
Great restaurant, operated by Philly restaurant mogul Stephen Starr. Had a Caesar salad and pappardelle w/duck ragout - both excellent. Also great Italian-centric wine list.
Italian snacks like arancini, veal tartare, and grilled cuttlefish, house-made pappardelle with duck ragu, dry-aged sirloin steak. Try getting steak at the Tenement Museum.
Come hungry because the 'cicchetti' Venetian style snacks are too die for. My dabs are the chicken liver crostini & the langostino fritto. Save room for the impeccable pastas!
Be sure to special order the Risotto alla Kristina. If you've been to Jim's place in place in Philly before he came to NY you'll know it's a must.
Pop by Storico's pop-up Beer Hall for a cold one before or after your meal, part of the New-York Historical Society's Beer Here exhibit!
The meatballs are on every menu - brunch, lunch & dinner. - for a good reason: they are spectacular. And the gundi for brunch is amazing.