Nearby Subway Stops
4, 5, 6 at 86th St.
- Outdoor Dining
- Online Ordering
- Beer and Wine Only
This venue is closed.
Triangolo is distinguished by an inviting, polished sense of style: The interior has Art Deco touches, and its signature shape is reflected in the panels of wine shelves, the fan-like light sconces, and the hourglass angles of the lacy window curtains. Strips of aqua-colored woodwork form crisp geometric lines characteristic of the late 1920s and section off the warm, rustic yellow walls. The emphasis shifts from triangles to spirals when it comes to the fine homemade pastas. Fusilli shows up repeatedly, as do caserecci, tightly twisted pasta paired either with smoked buffalo mozzarella, artichoke hearts, and peppers, or with thick sundried tomatoes and sausage. The kitchen also displays a penchant for stuffing and rolling: crepes packed with melted cheese and prosciutto nuggets, braised radicchio filled with goat cheese, and the house specialty, rotolo montanaro, rolled pasta full of spinach, porcini mushrooms, and parmigiano. While its neighborhood and casual vibe naturally draw young families, Triangolo has a romantic appeal and seats near the windows tend to attract couples cozying up to the sounds of emotive Italian pop.
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