Across from Carnegie Hall, Trattoria Dell'Arte features the largest antipasto bar in New York, a sprawling selection of seafood and vegetable ... More
Across from Carnegie Hall, Trattoria Dell'Arte features the largest antipasto bar in New York, a sprawling selection of seafood and vegetable specialties perfect for parties of all sizes. Designed after a Tuscan artist's studio, the rooms include half-finished paintings, oversized sculptures of fragmented body parts, a gallery of Italian noses, a wine cellar dining room, and candle-filled private rooms. The menu focuses on northern Italian specialties such as the steak Florentine, double veal chop, seafood specialties of the Mediterranean, and unforgettable desserts.
We asked for a reccomendation and were sent here. No reservation, no clue what we were going to eat or how much it was going to cost us. We walked in (dressed super casual, t-shirt, tennis, shorts) and it was SUPER busy, but the host was nice enough to have a table cleaned up that people had just gotten up from. There was a mix of casually dressed and dressier people in there. We looked at the menu.. the average price for dinner was about $35 or so. We ordered..... ATE EVERY BIT! It was delicious! The wait staff was very nice and very prompt with refills, removing dishes, etc. When it came to desert, we had a nice chat with Brandon, the manager who was kind enough to give us a free taste of fresh chocolate mousse and whipped creme. And then on top of that we got some extra little citrus, rice, chocolate covered treats that were delicious! We definately will be going back next time we visit NYC!
Overall disappointed in management and waitstaff due to dissatifaction and how it (did not) get solved. The pizza was good, the other food ok. But to charge $44 for a plate of pasta for the kids, just outragous. Think twice about going here! Overpriced, underdelivered, did not meet expectation.
Average at best. Waitress didn't know menu, some portions were cold, waited over an hour for main course. All in all food was decent, but prices, service, food, noise, and outdated decor will not allow a higher rating, especially considering other much better Italian in the City.
Look miditown east or upper east side for much better.
We walked in without a reservation on a very busy Sunday evening. Despite this, the hostess promptly seated us in the main dining room. Food and service were great despite the crowd. We thoroughly enjoyed the experience and will certainly return on our next visit to New York. A liitle expensive, but well worth it. Had a fantastic desert, which we shared. We saw several family groups with children All were having fun.
Really good food at high prices, but well worth it. Authentic Italian food at its best and the atmosphere is very nice, not quite sure if its right for a romantic night out but definitely a fun place to eat.
A family favorite time after time for all seasons. Have celebrated special occasions in the wine room-intimate and great service.
This restaurant is great for all ages as there is such a variety of choices and the antipasto bar is the best in NY!
Personal trip and meal so $ was important. Had reservations and seated quickly, although a line. Busy, loud and seating close together (a plus..we had great time with our neighbors).
NY pricy but we'll be back, $ ok. Most importantly, we had fun!
Great food as well.
Mandarin OrientalNew York brings together an unprecedented combination of outstanding service, luxurious accommodations, and a prime location overlooking Central Park.Steps
away from Lincoln Center and Broadway theatres, this property offers an ideal location for leisure and business travelers alike. ...
Any visitor to the Big Apple should spend at least a couple of hours at this vast museum. Designed by
Richard Morris Hunt, it has more than 1.5 million square feet (139,355 square meters) of exhibition space. European paintings ...
The Metropolitan Museum's collection contains more than two million works of art from ancient through modern times. Collections include costumes,
American Decorative art, the Robert Lehman Collection, African, Oceania, Asian, European and Egyptian art, modern art, textiles, and photographs. ...