Lincoln Ristorante

Italian, Lounge
$ $ $ $
142 W 65th St
New York, NY 10023
(212) 359-6500
12:00pm - 8:00pm
12:00pm - 8:00pm
12:00pm - 8:00pm
12:00pm - 8:00pm
12:00pm - 8:00pm
12:00pm - 8:00pm
12:00pm - 8:00pm



  • Assemble a Negroni, and if you have time and money, order the tasting menu. Otherwise, the best bet is pasta and out.
  • Perfect spot to dine before a performance at the Met try the Ricotta Dumplings or the Shrimp Scampi. Or just enjoy a glass or two from their extensive wine list.
  • Lincoln Center's latest artist-in-residence is chef Jonathan Benno. His 150-seat modern Italian spot comes complete with grass roof and views of the reflection pool and Henry Moore sculpture.
  • One of our favorite desserts of the year is the Fritelle De Mele here, an impeccably turned-out apple fritter crowned with caramel gelato. Featured in Where to Eat 2011!
  • Is food art? Hear Lincoln Ristorante's Jonathan Benno on Broadcastr as he discusses the art of making food in the center of Lincoln Center.
  • Pastas and cocktails! Can't go wrong. Lovely area outside for people watching or inside for the open kitchen.
  • Ask about the Italian region highlighted monthly. House-made pastas stand out, as does rustic porchetta & polenta. Green Guide Editor
  • Impeccable service. Get the lobster pasta, tiramisu and the formaggi platter. Sister loved the prosecco options as well. Pricey but worth the splurge before a show, or for a special occasion
  • Spectacular scallop and lobster pasta. Prosecco choices are fab - love the peach and passion fruit pure. Excellent service as well!
  • Classy negroni bar, with plenty of fragrant options for even those who dislike bitters.
  • Best high-end Italian food so far in NYC. Great brunch menu during restaurant week!
  • Uber expensive, but so lovely! Great treat for yourself in Lincoln Center!
  • If a Negroni is what you crave, look no further. Lincoln has a Negroni bar and one of the best in the city. Period.
  • Lovely environment, very tasty menu and first tier service.
  • Great food & service!
  • Tasting menu portions are too big but lobster ravioli and dessert were good.
  • So fabulously manhattany that I literally turned into Woody Allen
  • Everything. The food, service, ambiance. Perfect for theater goers.
  • The brunch is definitely a splurge, but besides the delicious food, it's a beautiful space over looking the Revson Fountain at Lincoln Center, and the service is always wonderful.
  • If the Broccoli Rabe Orecchiette dish is still on the Primi menu then order it. Delicious.

Nearby places

70 Lincoln Center Plz (at Columbus Ave)
70 Lincoln Center Plz (btwn Columbus & 10th Ave)
Lincoln Center Plaza (at W 63rd St & Columbus Ave)