Dined there recently for lunch. Thoroughly enjoyed my salad and the hefty eggplant parmigiana appetizer. Yummy....
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Small quaint and quiet venue. Loved the bread basket and olive oil. Three of us. Ordered 2 apps, 3 dinners, 1 side of Brussel sprouts, and dessert and vin santo and coffees, and a $45 bottle of wine. Burrata was small and tasted different. I...More
Nice cozy space on 1st ave by the 59th St bridge. Décor nothing to write home about. About 17 tables plus or minus. Great as a neighborhood restaurant but would not pick for a special evening. We shared a spinach salad which was very good....More
I stumbled across Tiella while searching Yelp for a small, Italian restaurant. My girlfriend and I were in NYC and staying on 57th street, and this place was just a few blocks away. We drove right past it in the cab (the entrance is small...More
Amazing menu, quaint & romantic space, wonderful wine. Food made from scratch. The price for our meal was so reasonable for NYC. A new find for us - we will return. So good we hate to share our secret. Enjoy!
As I was walking towards the restaurant I wasn't sure what I had gotten myself into because the area is not great...mind you, not bad, but not the best. Then I walked in and it was a cozy little restaurant that made you feel like...More
This hidden gym was recommended to us by friends who live in Manhattan. It is a small Italian restaurant, with a warm, friendly atmosphere, excellent service and delicious cuisine. The seafood and other ingredients were fresh, and the menu included a nice variety of dishes....More
Great little spot. Small local gem hidden on 1st Ave. Great pasta and wine. Not very expensive . Romantic , great for a date.
Warm and friendly neighborhood Italian with staff who seem always attentive to their customers. We especially enjoyed the orecchiette and the pan seared swordfish. Small dining room with railway car style. Good wine list of both reds and whites. Highly recommended.
A nice surprise. My niece recommended this restaurant - my wife and I took my niece, nephew and son...I would describe it as tiny but special...a hidden gem near the Queensboro Bridge. Great mini pizza's and pasta's. Can be a bit cramped, but is worth...More