Babbalucci offers a taste of classic Italian-American classic cuisine with a rustic new age twist. The wood burning oven creates a cozy backdrop while enjoying pizza, pasta and small plates with an extensive list of wine and cocktails.
This former tire repair shop transformed into an Italian respite, channeling gentle breezes from the Adriatic Sea. Go for a crostino and a glass of Prosecco at the bar, stay for the gnocchi and seasonal specials. That’s amoré!
Tucked away on a side street and boasting itself as the first green restaurant in New York, this place is known for its enticing, fresh, Italian dishes at reasonable prices, with the kind of great service that makes dining out worth your hard earned money.
The cornerstone of Harlem’s dining rebirth, this gem is a full-service Italian restaurant and a staple for the uptown crowd. You’ll be saying “buon journo,” “buona sera,” and “buona notte” before you know it.
The rebirth of the Harlem wine bar sits on the corner of W 119th St. like the bow of a grey steamship. A modern sustainably built restaurant, Vinateria offers small, medium and large seasonal plates and curated wines and spirits from small craft producers. Whether Italy or Spain is your culinary port of call, the S.S. Vinateria is taking passengers!