Loved the waiter and the atmosphere but under-impressed with the food which also came in rather small portions. Would not choose this again, I think they could try a little harder with the various dishes.
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Best choice for a meal before a Lincoln Center event (or any other time). I had a very large group for lunch at Il Violino before an event at the Met. The food was delicious and the service was outstanding. The owner was on site...More
Staff was attentive....meal was very good....and the cost is reasonable. If you are picking a place to eat before going to Lincoln Center....make a reservation here.
We eat at Il Violino at least once or twice a month. On Sat April 8 we had a 6:15 PM reservation made via Open Table. At 6:05 I called to say we might be a few minutes late due to traffic, they said thanks...More
Excellent italian food in casual environment. Some homemade pastas and delicious eggplant parmagiana. Service attentive and friendly. Can be crowded on weekends. Across street from Lincoln Center so convenient before a show
Being born and raised in NYC can make you a cynic about most things, especially a restaurant that's hung in there for many, many years. But circumstances landed us in front of this restaurant and after checking out the lunch menu on the window, $22...More
My aunt and I visited this restaurant just a block from her apartment building for my 18th birthday dinner. The atmosphere is wonderful, especially in the evening. The lights on the street look lovely from within the candle-lit, intimate dining tables along the glass windows...More
This quaint neighborhood restraunt is solid every time!! Everything is fresh and of the best quality. Wonderful and friendly service. So many things to try! And you can always top it off in the true Italian way with some wonderful Limoncello!! A wonderful part of...More
Great food! Ate a special Ravioli with my girlfriend. Very romantic, very local (full of new yorkers), not a turist trap, great service from the staff and near a Magnolia Bakery.