All’onda

Row 1

Details
22 E 13th St (btwn University Pl & 5th Ave)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 231-2236
Italian, Wine Bar, Bar
$ $ $
Hours
Tue–Fri: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Industry legend Chris Cannon has put together a stellar wine list with a lot of affordable sparkling options. All'Onda is a great choice for date night, or a solo splurge at the bar.
  • The guinea hen rivals the great roast chickens in town, with a crispy-skinned breast and a moist confit leg; it goes well with the memorable polenta mixed with miso-cured egg yolk.
  • Fabulous people eat here. You don't want to leave without trying the skin off the pork loin, the polenta and one of their orange wines.
  • Try the guinea hen, which is "more interesting than chicken" and served with sweet parsnips, foie gras, and an umami-packed seaweed that's used to make dashi stock.
  • The hamachi and razor clams are great appetizers but very small! Bucatini pasta delicious and the artichokes taste and look like potatoes but are very good. Incredible wine list and very cute ambiance
  • Definitely go for the arancini and the biccatini if you're a sea urchin fan!!
  • Happy hour Sunday-Thursday, 4-7. Wine specials and $1.50 oysters. Bartenders are fantastic.
  • Awesome Italian restaurant. Authentic, cozy atmosphere. Delicious seafood options. Sit at the bar for dinner or upstairs with a large group.
  • Menus are printed out daily based on avail. I'm allergic to seafood, shellfish, & nuts and still had options to choose from. Say hi to Dave behind the bar and Aaron the GM. Diff vibes on 2 floors.
  • Cute date spot. The bucatini & crudo lives up to the hype, but the must-eat sleeper item is the rich crostini w chicken liver, pickled cherries, and hazelnuts.
  • Garganelli for the win. Trust me.
  • Bucatini, guinea hen, carrots and brussels are all delicious
  • Tortellini in the most insanely deep, dark, savory parm dashi. It's it. It's everything.
  • Great restaurant week menus. As opposed to many, they actually put out their best food, not some cheap version for the poor-people who come for restaurant week!
  • Carrots dish wish ricotta & ginger, risotto astice, scallops
  • Japanese influenced Italian
  • Coravin wines by the glass. They're expensive for a reason. You won't forget drinking them.
  • Tasty, but pricey. Stick with the large pasta dishes, especially the Lumache with duck ragout and shaved chocolate. The bar snacks like the rice balls and polenta are good, heavy starters.
  • Uni bucatini is out of control y'all. The crudo plates are teensy; service is a little lackadaisical; cocktails are solid
  • New cocktail: La Serenissima! So good!