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307 Spring St., New York, NY, 10013
nr. Hudson St.
Not what it used to be....
By grkitalny on 10/5/2010
Frequenting this restaurant used to be a pleasure. Tonight - not so much. The food was mediocre at best - downsized servings tasting as tho from a can. The service was slow (the restaurant was no where near capacity) and downright apathetic. The drinks - half full. Surely not the best Italian food in the city, and definitely no longer on this "eat at" list.
Tasty food but terrible service
By Lozor on 5/20/2010
Not sure if the C team waiter was on because it was a Wednesday night but he literally could not have cared less about our dining experience. Luckily the duck ragu rigatoni and the pasta alla romana were absolutely delicious. Sadly the lamb chops were well over done. Hopefully it was just a off night as I do the food and the vibe there.
Good food, but kind of loud
By Michael Silberman (NY MAG) on 4/25/2010
I've eaten here many times and the food is always delicious, the service is attentive. The pastas are perfectly al dente. Fish is beautifully cooked. Some favorites - duck ragu pasta, fava bean salad, grilled octopus appetizer. My only criticism is that with the tile walls, the restaurant is quite loud, even at lunchtime.
By iREALLYloveNY on 12/4/2008
We have eaten here literally 20 times and it keeps getting better. Everything on the menu is great, everyone we have brought here loves it. This is what a real NY restaurant is! We LOVE Giorgione!
If ure picky about pizza, pick this!
By bambola on 11/3/2003
At the southest end of the West village, and above TriBeCA, this place is only for those who don't mind going out of their way for a delicious pizza and a lovely experience. This is quaint New York , nor too hip nor too trendy, and not seedy. Its just right. Aside from the amazingly thin, crusty and fragrant pizza, the menu is italian comfort food at its best. PS - Try the nutella crepe at brunch!
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