379 Greenwich St., New York, NY, 10013
at N. Moore St.
By AlicedeSensi on 10/1/2009
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE ... did I menetion, I LOVE the food ... and the service is amazing ! It's the only place in Tribeca/Battery Park to eat at !!!! Congrats on a beautiful place! I have a feeling ... You'll be around forever!!!
By texasmountaineer on 1/17/2010
The cozy atmosphere was a warm welcome on cold winters night. We sat in the library with nice crackling fire sipping on a good scotch while we waited on our party. Perfect way to start as nice experience. The service was great from the time we darkened the doorstep. The dinning experience was a pleasure from start to finish. The critics may say the food is just ok....but when the overall dinning experience tells you that you are 100% satisfied...this becomes a critics choice,
By helenr on 4/25/2010
After multiple visits, I've tried nearly everything on the menu, and it's all spectacular (particularly trancscendent: the rock shrimp and clam fritto misto, and the steak tartare). That said, and I'm generally not one to harp on bites-per-dollar, My Grandma's Ravioli is $18 for fewer than a dozen meagerly stuffed inch-square ravioli, and the garlic chicken (great as it is) comes out to $42 - highway robbery as far as roast chicken is concerned. But if someone else is paying the bill, it's a perfect ten.
By OlgaD on 6/20/2010
I love this place! I had dinner and it was amazing. After every course they wiped the table clean.. the food was amazing fresh and yummy.. I love the location and our waitress was cute, friendly and very good in what she was doing!! The wine she recommended was exactly what I expected!! wow!!! All in all a great experience in NYC!!
By upidstae on 8/15/2010
the place is beautifully done. we had the pastry misti, uovo modenese, the polenta waffle, and enjoyed it all. would definitely recommend to anyone for brunch.