Gottino Enoteca Salumeria

Wine Bar
$ $ $
52 Greenwich Ave (at Perry St)
New York, NY 10011
(212) 633-2590
Monday
8:00am - 2:00am
Tuesday
8:00am - 2:00am
Wednesday
8:00am - 2:00am
Thursday
8:00am - 2:00am
Friday
8:00am - 2:00am
Saturday
10:00am - 2:00am
Sunday
10:00am - 2:00am

Menu

Tips

  • Try the walnut pesto. It'll make you giggle with girly delight. It's worth a trip from anywhere in the universe. O. M. G.
  • the rabbit pot pie, amazing crust & heavenly comfort food on a snowy night.
  • Sit at the front window and share wine and cheese, stay away from the larger items as they aren't as good a value. If you're lucky you run into Dave Matthews on a Thursday.
  • Head for the garden in the back!
  • Stay as long as you can until you meet a Venezuelan named Serima - she changes lives.
  • My happy place. Rarely, do I put my experience in anothers' hands. Ra'ud is one of five.
  • The crostini are to die for. The fig, goats cheese and honey one especially. Also make sure you check out their freshly made fritatas and pies, incredible.
  • Happening neighborhood jointreally delicious and totally comfortable. -Susan Feniger, Top Chef
  • Favorite wine bar in the west village. Awesome place to chill.
  • Prosecco!!
  • Hidden quiet garden is ideal for a midday quiet snack, such as the ricotta fig honey crostini.
  • Among the standouts are a rustic rabbit pot pie that billows steam when you crack the puff pastry; crostini with rich walnut pesto; and thick, sea-saltflecked chocolate mousse.
  • The prosecco is amazingly refreshing, perfect for this summer weather.
  • Love how they display all the goodies on the counter. The baccala was bangin!
  • Adorable place, food is amazing. Bartenders are super knowledgeable. Any seat is a good seat.
  • Hidden garden at the back of what seems like a narrow wine bar with a few seats. Good for drinking wine outside, or brunch on the weekends.
  • Ra'wan. Not Ra'ud!!!
  • A little crowded and noisy but a secret garden in the back is the perfect place to enjoy your crisp glass of wine. Make sure to visit downstairs, which will reveal a dark and elegant wine cellar.
  • Try the brandade-it comes in a mason jar pooled with an extra quantity of olive oil. The taste on a piece of toast, or simply pulled out of the jar with a finger and licked, is superb.
  • Best service ever

Nearby places

18 Greenwich Ave (at W 10th St)
56 Greenwich Ave (btwn Charles & Perry St)
39 Greenwich Ave (at Charles St.)