Tables in and out. We sat at the bar and had some wine. Good staff. Nicely decorated interior. The food looked good, but we didn't have any.
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I had an amazing truffle tortelini here . My firends had pizza , which were very good as well . The place was bustling and the service was attentive .
It was my first day in New York and it was sweltering. We were seated for brunch at a well -positioned table where it was lovely and cool from the A/C. It had traditional Italian interior decor, so a charming ambience. The service and food...More
We didn't have a reservation but were accommodated with a nice table, beautiful view and treated to the best pasta I've ever had. A couple of cocktails, a beautiful bottle of red and terrific service ensued. I don't speak Italian and I don't know Italian...More
This place is difficult to get into. You can only book if you are staying at the adjacent hotel, at least that was what we were told. I'm a bit puzzled about the popularity. The food is OK, but relative to the abundent competition did...More
Came here on a Friday in June -- it was especially busy around dinner time (30 minute wait for a 2 person table, say around 8PM). We patiently waited because the menu looked delicious and it was a beautiful afternoon in the city. I will...More
I had wanted to eat at Gemma for a couple of years now and we managed to on the first evening of our recent trip to NYC. It was about 5.30pm so the restaurant was pretty quiet and we had no trouble securing a table....More