An institution in Little Italy for over 30 years, this casual restaurant offers its patrons food prepared in the Southern Italian tradition, served in ... More
An institution in Little Italy for over 30 years, this casual restaurant offers its patrons food prepared in the Southern Italian tradition, served in a friendly, cozy atmosphere. Seafood is a specialty, so try one of their many offerings from this menu category. Reservations are accepted for parties of six or more only. Afterwards, be sure to visit one of the many pastry shops lining Mulberry Street, such as Sambuca's Cafe .
I love this Restaurant, the food, the people that´s work there, every body is so nice and good people, this place for ever will make me remember the bests moments in my life. I´m in Brazil now, but at 2006 I make a special friend at this place, Salvatore, and I will never to forget him and the Napoli´s Cafe at NYC in my life. Cefe Napole will be in my heart forever. Thank´s for all the great moments that I had in NYC.
This place used to be our favorite. Lately we've experience a trend of nice waiters but poor service. We've been there at the early dinner hour when it's not that busy and can't get water, bread, utencils. Glasses dirty. This used to be our favorite place but we felt it's really gone downhill. We're through with it as of now :(
I thought a lunch menu of $9.50 for a list of different entrees would be a good deal, but I only got some bread (very good) and four raviolis, which were good, but it was really just a small snack. I was irked by the 17% gratuity which was added to the bill. I would rather get value for my money.
Had lunch there last week - had a wonderful seafood linguini - the lobster was a little skinny but everything tasted great!! The scallops/clams all were cooked just right - delicious!!
Eggplant parm was great and so was the sauteed broccoli - great food, great service, great place!! -
My father and I travel to New York on business every couple of months and we always eat at Cafe Napoli for dinner our first night in town. We love the wonderful atmosphere, the people are great and the food is wonderful! We always leave with full stomachs and are always satisfied. I have never really been a huge fan of Italian food, but I love Cafe Napoli. Be sure to check it out when the weather is nice and sit outside and enjoy the people watching.
Seemingly very nice, family restaurant offering family style cookings without bothering to tell you the family servings cost more than 30.00 per person! for lunch.Food is extremely mediocre! It is a family owned and operated business catering to tourists who have no real knowledge of what Italian food can really taste like. Our party of 9 (1 child)) Cost 500.00 . My advice, stay home you can do better. Ciao for now!
Of all the places in Little Italy, we had the misfortune of picking this one! The waiter if you call him that, was rude, abnoxious and had an ego the size of Manhattan. It was too bad, as the food was not bad. We entered the restaurant around 1:45 p.m. based on the billboard outside advertising lunch. We were handed dinner menu's and when we asked about a lunch menu, we were given a hurried reply of the 6 or 7 lunch items avaiable. The place was very warm, air conditioning was not working well, the beer was warm, the water glasses were filled once. The food came within minutes and it was the only time we saw the waiter until he gave us the bill with a 23% added gratuity. I felt like I had a meal at Mcdonald's. You know I had heard that New York had a reputation for arrogant waiters but we saw none of this at the diners, delis, cafes, and restaurants we ate at until we hit Caffe Napoli.
Lot's of places to choose from but lured in by a table next to the window and had a great experience. Food was excellent as good as anything I've had in Boston's North End. Beer's were a little pricey and was kind of put off by the automatic 20% gratuity that was added. Only down side was waiting for the waiter to return with the bill but all the servers were friendly.
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