Sosa Borella was established in 1995 in Tribeca. The first of two locations began as a quaint Italian-Argentinian Cafe that blossomed into a full ... More
Sosa Borella was established in 1995 in Tribeca. The first of two locations began as a quaint Italian-Argentinian Cafe that blossomed into a full service Restaurant, including lunch, dinner, brunch delivery service and off premise catering within two years of conception. Now, 8 years later Sosa Borella expands its recipe for wholesome food, large portions and great dining atmosphere with a personal touch to the pallets of Manhattans' Theater District. With Sosa's keen sense of design, the clean lines give Sosa Borella an inviting open airy feeling the moment you walk through the door, and yet the comfort and style of a cozy Argentinean Estancia, are seen through the white walls, exposed beams and cement color stucco on the columns, the custom made dark wood tables, the soft glow of lampshade chandeliers, wall stacked with coffee bags, wines and Argentinean memorabilia. The dress code at Sosa Borella is New York casual, which means you may find Christina Aguilera, J.Lo, Al Pac
This was a great surprise. We stopped in to try this on a whim and could not believe how great the food was. Our server Anna was awesome. She was very helpful. She has a great attitude and a wonderful smile. The food was GREAT and the desserts were to die for!!! The our early dinner was priced nicely and we walked away very satisfied!
I have been to this restaurant on about 6 occasions in the past year both pre theater & after theater. For the price, the food is very good is good (not the best in NYC, but you could do much worse in a pinch), the service is very efficient & pleasant. The atmosphere is nice as well. (The upstairs room is very nice too and they usually have candles on the staircase for a nice touch.)
Seems like they have several neighborhood locals that dine here (from conversations I've overheard) which is always a good sign.
I've directed several out of town guests to this place for a good pre-theater option & all have been extremely happy with their meals.
Zagat gives them good marks as well.
I was turned on to Sosa Borella by my friend Ramon. Owned by an Argentinian guy whose name I can't remember, they have a great selection of red wines - including Malbec's of course. Great vibe, and friendly staff. Nice bar to just have drinks after work and an excellent menu if you are out for dinner. Calamari salad and churrasco are two of my favorites.