Italian, Wine Bar
$ $ $
18 Greenwich Ave (at W 10th St)
New York, NY 10011
(212) 647-1818
12:00pm - 10:00pm
12:00pm - 10:00pm
12:00pm - 10:00pm
12:00pm - 10:00pm
12:00pm - 10:00pm
10:00am - 10:00pm
10:00am - 10:00pm


  • There is a 40-bottle list of Italian wines, all available for $40. Thesommelier also curates a reserved wine list for something a little morespecial.Via
  • No tip needed. Order everything. My wife calls it the Italian version of ABC Kitchen. Farm-to-table deliciousness.
  • $40 flat rate bottles, great small apps (try the homemade mozzarella) but the vibe is why you come. Don't forget to check out the roof garden
  • Be sure to visit the garden upstairs, most of the veggies and herbs used in the dishes are grown there. Yum! Oh and $40 bottles of wine, can't beat that.
  • Eat this: Octopus salami, house-cured capocollo, eggplant caponata, focaccia with stracchino, cavatelli with peas and ricotta, carne misti, acqua pazza
  • Seasonal Italian spot has its own rooftop garden for herbs and produce. Food roves casually from small plates of veggies, seafood, or signature foccacia to simple pastas and mains. Prosecco on tap.
  • Check out the garden on the rooftop ...
  • Grows their herbs and lettuce on the roof and Mozzarella is made fresh daily. 'Nuff said. Homemade coppa and testa that can't be beat. Best of NYC, Critics' choice for winner of best Italian!
  • space is beautiful, menu is oddly affordable. go soon, it's already halfway to being a mob scene.
  • Having lived in the west village for 5 years, I'd put this as a top 3 restaurant in the neighborhood. Generally prefer it in the summer so you can spend a few minutes on the rooftop garden.
  • Best charred brussel sprouts & caesar salad! So fresh & out of this world. That's coming from someone that usually loves hearty meat & chix dishes... usually not a fan of promoting veggies and salads!
  • Don't come here if you want to be treated like a paying customer. Slow, disorganised and disappointing food.
  • Great for brunch and dinner (use resy to avoid the long waits). Veggies are home grown on their roof. Try the octopus at dinner or eggs Benedict for brunch.
  • You must, must, must order the Caprese Focaccia! It's soft, cheesy deliciousness that you'll want more of. Share homemade pastas, Orecchiette and Cavatelli, with your date. Pair with Rose. #nyceats
  • There's almost always a wait at this hotspot, so be prepared. Once you snag a table, don't forget to visit the rooftop garden. Amazing for both brunch and dinner - everything is super fresh!
  • Love the mozz, Caesar salad, focaccia, calamari and pretty much any pasta. So fresh, so awesome. Also, $40 for any wine is great. Loved the Lucchine Valpolicella.
  • Can't wait to see what this place becomes. Solid opening night. Rooftop farm still in infancy. Expecting big things. Olechiette w housemade sausage was amazing. (4 of 4 petals via Fondu)
  • Cozy place, very tastefully decorated. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. $40 wine list is also very well received.
  • Bad customer experience, guy at the door: instead of apologising for making us wait an extra 45 minutes, he told us "what do you want me to do? I cannot make the people eat faster! You have to wait"
  • The best tip I can give is no go there. It takes 45 mins. to prepare a pasta, portions are small and the food is not that good. My reco is find somewhere else to dinner.

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121 W 10th St (btwn Greenwich Ave & Patchin Pl)
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