Diners should be aware there is not an a la carte menu for parties of 5 and larger. A 5 course Il Menu Del Posto and an 8 course Captain's menu are ... More
Diners should be aware there is not an a la carte menu for parties of 5 and larger. A 5 course Il Menu Del Posto and an 8 course Captain's menu are available for these parties. Please reference our website for menu and cancellation policies - http://delposto.com/pdf/LPPFORM.pdf -- Del Posto is the first Italian restaurant in almost 40 years to be awarded 4 stars from the New York Times. Del Posto is the ultimate expression of what an Italian restaurant should be. We can best be described as an evolution of cuisines, menus, service, and ambiance that have characterized the history of the Italian dining experience in this country. -- Celebrate Italian viticulture with Del Posto's Wine Director Jeff Porter, on Saturdays from 1pm to 2pm. 5 wines for 5 dollars, from now through Labor Day.
Will always remember the incredible dinner @ DEL POSTO!! THE FOOD ,THE STAFF, THE DECOR ! So very impressed by the staff the the obvious training they received, every person knew the ingredients in the food we were served.
Started with the captain Mr Hoffman, our server Yarovid. Jeff the sommelier, Everyone, !!
I went to Del Posto for New Years Eve 3 years ago and I can say that it was by far the BEST meal we have ever had! We have gone to all of Lydia's restaurants in NY and this is our favorite. The service was outstanding, very polite very attentive. My husband and I ordered 2 dishes to share, risotto and lamb chops and both were MORE than enough for the two of us. I have also been to some of the supposed best restaurants in NY and can say without a doubt they do not hold a candle to Del Posto. We are going again this New Years and can't wait :)
Our party of 6 had lunch at Del Posto on December 22, 2010 and it was a wonderful meal, a wonderful experience and a treat for all. The service was perfect, the food was excellent---serving sizes are not large but are satisfactory. I can only surmise that the restaurant has worked hard to improve its image since the previous reviews were written in earlier years. It's not for nothing that the New York Times gave Del Posto a four star rating.
Saturday,1/3/09, was the day that we all were waiting to have dinner at Del Posto restaurant. We attended a matinee on Broadway and then headed to the restaurant to have, what we thought, would be a dinner to remember. WHAT A FIASCO! Yes, it was a dinner to remember - not because of the quality or quantity of food. To the contrary, the portions were miniscule to the point that our group began to doubt that those tiny portions were really our dinner. The only thing that was big was the dishes and the exorbitant price of $95 for a 5 course mini dinner. Including one bottle of wine and three drinks, our total bill was over $800.00! What a rip off. I am not recommending this restaurant to anyone. New York has many other excellent Italian restaurants with quality food and normal size servings without the high prices. Shame on you!!!
I've been to some of the best restaurants in Manhattan and was expecting the same quality and overall experience from this Mario Batali endeavor. Boy was I mistaken! Four people went in our party and the portions could have fed one with room for more. The portions were minuscule and enormously expensive for the quantity and quality. Honestly, the restaurant-made bread was the only saving grace...it was excellent and at least it made you feel like you've eaten something. How much could it possibly cost the restaurant to give a decent portion of pasta...one of the portions consisted of 3 pieces of pasta, THREE!!! For the prices, everyone should have received 2+ pounds. The flavors were adequate at best. Some concoctions seemed like something that would be made in a laboratory not in a fine resturaunt. This is really not a resturaunt I could recommend to anyone. Babbo was much better. If you want really good Italian in Manhattan, go to Il Mulino or even one of the thousands of much less expensive and infinitely better Italian joints throughout the city...avoid this one.
Food was pretty good,, not fantastic but good, wine list was volumious although most selections started at the $100 plus range, service lacked personality but they got the job done, nice space, big price $45 and up for entrees, on Xmas eve our party of 7 was charged $21 for bowl of spaghetti with butter for our 2 year old.
In summary big price big space small wow.. If you must than do, if not than Babao.
Wow, what a disappointment. Del Posto has all the components of an awful dining experience -- bad service, VERY expensive and bad food. It's especially disappointing because you know Batali can do better.
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