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235 W. 48th St., New York, NY, 10036
nr. Eighth Ave.
Tuscan Farmhouse Chic!
By MrScooter on 1/21/2010
Quite a lovely place. Food and service are both excellent. Waiters right off the boat. The decor is plain but restaurants should be spending more money on food than knick-knacks. I found it to be a little expensive but certainly worth it for a special occasion or a romantic evening!
Best italian food
By reocMicheleFerrell on 12/14/2009
If you're in the mood for authentic Italian food..then this is the place. The noodles are made from scratch and the taste verifies this. Will eat at La Masseria again when in NYC. The decor of the inside is decorated to look like a farmhouse, from the chickens to the wooden beams. Not over-priced for the quality of the food. Large servings also.
Excellent traditional italian food
By girardasse on 12/14/2007
You don't come here for the average decor but for the delicious rustic italian dishes: not only the food is tasty but it's reasonably priced. Good service. Definitely one of the best restaurants in this area!!!
By klbunny on 5/15/2007
Food was amazing, especially for theater district. However, it was great compared to even Little Italy. Appetizer of mozzarella, tomatoes and proscuitto was delightful...even if a little pricey ($32 for a serving that could have served 3 or even 4). There were two of us and we enjoyed it immensely. Entrees were fabulous...homemade pasta was incredible. Don't miss the raspberry martini.
By rah on 3/31/2005
found this restaurant by chance and found the food and the service to be excellent. would return without a doubt.
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