Italian, Steakhouse
$ $ $ $
206 Spring St (at Sullivan St)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 334-3320
5:00pm - 12:00am
5:00pm - 12:00am
5:00pm - 12:00am
5:00pm - 12:00am
5:00pm - 12:00am
5:00pm - 12:00am
5:00pm - 12:00am



  • Unfuckingbelievable MUST GET-Fluke&razor clam crudo,cacio e pepe (top 5) lobster amatriciana, rigatoni,garganelli,casarecci al nero&costata-eat the damn bone,don't look back. roll me to soulcycle tmrw
  • Can't go wrong with anything on the menu. Costata ribeye for 2 was amazing.
  • Cavatelli is not that good. That's right I said it. Garganelli is where it's at. And the filet is damn good if you want to do the solo steak thing.
  • Two words: PJ Calapa. Talent personified and the chef at Costata. You can follow him on Twitter @texchef.
  • The famous tomahawk ribeye...dinner for two and a bone for the best doggie bag ever.
  • Try the namesake steakItalian for rib eyeat Costata chophouse. Aged for 60 days, the tomahawk rib is forged in the raging fire of a 1,900-degree broiler. Its one of our best 100 dishes of 2013
  • Go big or go home. Tomahawk rib eye. Go for it. Hen of the woods and carrots as sides. Yes. Yes. Yes.
  • Pricey but amazing bass and steak. Get a side pasta dish. And the chocolate pistachio dessert was the beSt.
  • Worst new restaurant opening!!! Terrible food!!! Check my checkins and you will see I know what I'm talking about... Rarely in NYC nothing is good on a menu!!! Costata made the impossible possible
  • Michael White's fifth New York restaurant, spread over three stories in Soho, is one part Italian, one part steakhouse, pasta and crudo alongside steaks and chops.
  • Just a few months old, people are starting to rave about the Tomahawk Rib-eye. Crisp on the outside is followed by a buttery and rare cooked inside that will convert any lifelong medium-well devotee.
  • Fiamma magic reincarnated in full Tomahawk glory...
  • Steak for two. Florentina (porterhouse). Do it. Even if you're solo.
  • Beef filet was extraordinary. Some post launch kinks (why the 90s alt rock soundtrack?) but I'm sure they will work it out.
  • Unworthy of Michael White's name: the space is uninspired and the food is mediocre. Artichoke side was decent. Burger too.
  • Get the tomahawk steak. Uni pasta is superb as well. Killer Manhattans too.
  • It's called costata for a reason - get the rib eye
  • 44 oz steaks
  • Steak for two is fantastic. Add in some oysters and cocktails and it's a rich and delightful meal.
  • The Costata Burger has a dry-aged beef blend w/ bacon marmalade & cheese. Though height made it fall apart on me, the flavor was excellent. The dry-aged meat knocked my socks off.

Nearby places

203 Spring St (at Sullivan St.)
15 Thompson St. (at Grand St)
189 Spring St (btwn Sullivan & Thompson St)