In a city of great places to eat, this is a must visit! We went with a party of 7 and enjoyed our time so much, we shut down the ristorante. I highly recommend you take the time to visit.
1 - 10 of 569 reviews
Lattanzi's has been a staple of the Theatre District's restaurant row for years and years. For me, it was probably 25 years between visits. I won't say it hasn't changed because that would be unfair. Still, there's no need to reinvent the classic Italian restaurant....More
The best Italian food on 46th street, a street that has many pretenders, and along with its sister restaurant, Erminia, among our favorites in New York. The Mozzarella is terrific. I had the linguini pesto which was delicious, topped off by the superb Tartufo, not...More
After being treated shabbily at Carmine's, we headed over to Latanzi's on Theater Row. They do Italian right! Pasta perfectly Al dente... A lamb shank to die for... Nice and crispy cannoli shells. Attentive staff. It all comes at a price, but it's worth it...in...More
Lattanzi has great atmosphere and the food was delicious. The appetizer we had was a little pricey, eggplant rollitini at $17 but it was good. Drinks were great and service was very good.
Very impressed with Lattanzi Ristorante as they have a nice Italian selection of foods including seafood dishes and steak as well. Their salads are wonderful as starters and they offer original dishes such as asparagus gnocchi. The chicken parm was outstanding and the atmosphere is...More
Ate here on a rainy Saturday night before a show on Broadway. Wow--It was phenomenal. Had a breaded veal chop over salad that was unbelievably delicious. Then dessert--cannoli and creme brûlée. Excellent service (although true to New York, not friendly or warm)--but maybe they don't...More
My wife and I both enjoyed our main courses, she had the artichoke gnocchi and I had the fettuccine ragu. Service was okay, but could have been more attentive, I had to ask twice for a second glass of a very nice Sangiovese. Desserts were...More