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11 Bleecker St., New York, NY, 10012
nr. Elizabeth St.
Love this place...
By MSNYC22 on 2/27/2012
I frequent NYC often and this is a place I always go to whether for lunch or dinner! It is quaint and quiet so it's great if you are with a friend or two. The service was spot on and the food was delicious. The menu is simple, clean and organic.
One of my favorites!
By kjkuzemchak on 7/12/2009
I love enjoying a bottle of wine at the bar or in the charming patio.
By southny on 4/6/2009
This restaurant was brilliant! GREAT service & yummy food. I went with 6 friends and no reservation. In a small restaurant (30 seats maybe?), that's a challenge, but the waiters didn't lie to us, they gave us an honest time frame (refreshing!) and we had drinks at the bar to wait. They didn't make us close out at the bar before sitting - which is rare and beautiful - and our waitress was ready with terrific menu recommendations. We had a vegan in the group, and she went out of her way to make sure our friend was safe from dairy and meat.
intimate and accomodating.
By covertcatlady on 1/8/2009
we stumbled upon quartino and decided to give it a whirl; we were not disappointed. the food was amazing-whole wheat ravioli stuffed with spinach in a creamy walnut sauce, fresh pesto gnocci with wonderful wine to accompany our meal and appetizers. all was well until the host and waitress started chatting far too loudly for how small the restaurant is. then a party of 9 came in and plunked down next to us and drowned out the lovely music that was playing. food was excellent, service could be better.
Lovely West Village Italian Spot
By DannyG933 on 11/15/2008
My girlfriend and I dined at this adorable West Village spot on a Thursday night. We made reservations for 9PM and the table was waiting for us when we arrived. The service was not the best but the waitresses were lovely and did not rush us out, allowing us to finish our beautiful bottle of organic Pinot Blanc well past 11 o'clock. The food was fresh and delicious. The menu is simple with mostly pastas and pizzas complimented with their daily specials. The restaurant is small and adorable inside. Perfect for a night out with a good friend. I wouldn't show up with a big group as space is limited but parties between 2 and 4 will be comfortable. Overall the experience was a good one and I look forward to going back.
By lepetitlapin on 5/15/2008
This quaint restaurant was cozy and the food was amazing. For such a tiny little place it wasn't noisy at all, the music was subtle enough that you didn't have to talk over it, making it a great place for a date or an outing with friends. The appetizer cheese plate was delicious and the menu has a variety of dishes. The alfredo with avocado sauce was so unique and full of flavor! You wont be disappointed!
By hermanifesta on 8/10/2007
This one of the loveliest restaurants I have stumbled upon in NYC. We sat right down, enjoyed a delicious bordeaux blanc for only $30 and a fresh artichoke/mint/pignoli whole wheat pasta dish. A perfect place for a group, or a couple, probably not kids though. The open doors to Bleeker were perfect too. I can't wait to go back...
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