East 12th Osteria

Row 1

197 1st Ave (12th Street)
New York, NY 10003
$ $ $
Mon–Fri: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM Sat–Sun: 11:00 AM–11:00 PM

Stub body

Foursquare Tips

  • slow service and way overpriced. not worth it.
  • Don't come unless you got time. Reallllllllly slow service
  • Rather overpriced. No. Very overpriced. While theoretically a welcome addition to the e village the food, while very good, does not quite justify the prices.
  • Delicious but compare to the other places in East Village this place is really expensive.
  • Try the FIVE-course brunch prix fixe (for $35), w/ options including duck confit mezzaluna, roasted Colorado lamb w/ baby artichokes, & a dove-shaped Italian Easter cake called the Colomba Pasquale.
  • Small touches like handmade pasta and a creative brunch make this Italian restaurant stand out from the pack.
  • Good food, awful service
  • Floor to ceiling paneled windows makes for good ambiance. Solid homemade pastas, skip the gelato
  • Amazing brunch and dinner menus. Perfectly seasoned and just the right amount of food for a fair price for the east village.
  • Service was slow (we waited 30 mins just for bread) but food was amazing. Must tries are the quail egg ravioli and the tiramisu
  • Chef Roberto is from Northern Italy and so the Polpettone represents that. It is not classic.
  • What a splendid addition to the e village. The bread, pasta and sorbets are all made fresh daily and are the best in the city. Everyone should try the delightful prosecco and granita drinks @ brunch.
  • Had Mother's Day brunch here. From hot puff pastries to perfectly poached eggs on hashbrowns and Italian speck, this place was the bomb.
  • Awesome for a pre-show classy meal or Sunday brunch.If you're bringing a date to Webster Hall tonight, definitely start your date here.
  • The dishes are simple, fresh and clean, not to mention delicious... and in a very cozy environment.