I Sodi

Row 1

105 Christopher St (at Bleecker St)
New York, NY 10014
(212) 414-5774
$ $ $
Mon–Sun: 5:30 PM–11:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Our favorite place to come for solid Cacio e Pepe. It's a simple dish, but they really know how to do it right here.
  • Watch your step!
  • Amazing food. Get the lasagna, peas and tiramisu. Love Dumante (pistachio liquor) for dessert
  • Artichoke salad -- spaghetti with black pepper -- and peas on the side!
  • [Restaurant/Bar] Our favorite Italian, hands down - Tuscan trucker food the way it should be. Try the pepper spaghetti. Book well in advance or try to get a seat at the bar.
  • This tiny, beautifully-designed West Village restaurant serves some of the city's best pastas & a small list of rustic Tuscan-style meat dishes. Make reservations well ahead of time. [Eater 38 Member]
  • If you don't try the cacio y pepe with the pepper on the side you are a fool
  • The Filet Mignon and Risotto are to die for.
  • This restaurant has gotten a lot of hype lately but I thought it was overrated. I was told to order the cacio e Pepe and the steak both were too salty and the fried artichokes too.
  • This modern yet homey Italian space features well-executed pasta classics and an entire menu devoted to variations on Negroni cocktails. Great date spot.
  • My favorite west village haunt! Great food! Great atmosphere!
  • Rabbit -- get some, but ask for it to be named first!
  • Home for regional Tuscan cooking, down to the freshly pressed olive oil.
  • Very good Italian restaurant in West Village.
  • Sit at the bar for a great evening of food, wine, and banter.
  • This West Village gem run by Florence-born Rita Sodi features a seasonal menu that always has a few excellent pastas. If you're lucky, one option will be the lasagna with carciofi (artichokes).
  • A classy oasis tucked into a charmingly tiny space, I Sodi is a deeply under-hyped restaurant. The food is simple and perfect, from the tartar to the life-changing lasagna. Listen up for the specials.
  • Some of the best Italian food I've had in NYC. Do not miss the tartare, the artichoke salad, and the lasagna.
  • Artichoke lasagna A++++
  • Everything was on the salty side. This ruined the cacio e pepe a bit but would still recommend the lasagna and fried artichokes.