Otto Enoteca Pizzeria

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Details
1 5th Ave (at E 8th St)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 995-9559
Pizza, Wine Bar, Italian
$ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 11:30 AM–Midnight
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  • This classy Pizzeria has installed energy efficient lighting in the kitchen and office using state-of-the-art compact fluorescents, and follows many other environmentally sustainable practices
  • Try the pane frautau pizza and add prosciutto!
  • Try the Figs Agrodolce
  • Broccoli Rabe w chilis and pecorino Food porn w privileges
  • For amazing pastas, pizza with the freshest ingredients, and the world's creamiest gelato, you can't miss Mario Batlai's OTTO Enoteca Pizzeria.
  • a melhor pizza da regiao
  • Go at 5:30 p.m. on a Sunday to avoid a long wait.
  • Great pizza, pasta but incredible ice cream. And the best thing? Almost the entire menu is available for takeout!
  • hate the atmosphere, but it's hard to argue with the prices, and spot on food. Olive oil gelato is on another level. a staple.
  • This is the best place in New York to take a date hands down. You can order $12 pizza or $9 pasta and use your remaining money to impress your date by ordering an expensive wine.
  • Come here for the wine and the scene. No substitutions on the pizzas, so don't come here if you want your own special concoction.
  • Ramp pizza. I know you've never heard of ramps but don't think twice, just do it
  • This Italian pizzeria has a fun atmosphere with a huge selection of wine, but the highlight of the menu? Their clam pizza, yum!
  • Octopus salad is pure piscatorial pleasure
  • Skip the pizza and go straight to the dessert. The best gelato in NYC! -Jacqueline Lombard, Top Chef
  • 1st page of menu = approx 20 food items, next 3 pages approx 300+ wine choices. This is really a wine bar w/ a couple Italian dishes/pizza. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
  • Disappointed in the pizza here, does not stand up to other options in the city.
  • Amazingly good for the price
  • Spaghetti carbonara is not for the faint-heartedthis venemous dish is made with all the egg, cheese and bacon a body can handle. But if you're going to make the plunge, Otto does it right
  • Went to the one in Las Vegas and I can only expect Perfection!