Lupa

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Details
170 Thompson St (btwn Bleecker & W Houston St)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 982-5089
Italian
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:30 AM–Midnight
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  • Mario Batali's menu is seasonal and full of family-style Italian dishes that taste like they've been passed down for generations.
  • Go to Lupa and have some delicious pasta!
  • Mario Batali's osteria maybe be his best effort in New York; it's certainly his most relaxed and consistent. The cacio e pepe is world class. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Best to make a reservation, especially on weekends. Don't leave without trying the cacio e pepe.
  • My love for Italian started here. I still dream of their ragu. It's inspired a trend to try ragu everywhere I go, nothing has come close.
  • Don't expect the staff to know what they're taking about... We were served linguine by a woman who insisted it was tortellini
  • I come here for the spaghetti alla carbonara. Al dente to perfection. Great atmosphere and service.
  • Try the Lupa tartufo - One of the best desserts ever
  • The Spaghetti Alla Carbonara.
  • Lupa, Mario Batali's casual, Roman-style trattoria serves classics dishes like, Cacio e Pepe and Bucatini all'Amatriciana.
  • When you want simple straightforward food. -Malika Ameen, Top Chef Just Desserts
  • The Antipasti E Salumi look small, but get a few and share. Nice way to start off your meal.
  • Awesome service. Awesome food. I'll be back soon
  • get the saltimbocca (translation: "jumps into the mouth")
  • amitriciana
  • Hands down my favorite restaurant in Manhattan. The escarole salad is a MUST.
  • All it's pretty goog but the service could be better
  • Saltimbocca and Bavette Cacio e Pepe are all you need to know.
  • For gluten free folks, they have several different gluten free pasta options which are delish !
  • Mario Batali's most casual spot; had the whole wheat cavatelli & it was absolutely amazing. One of the best pasta places in the city