We stayed nearby and went here three times in the two weeks we stayed in New York. Service was excellent, food amazing. Highly recommended.
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As a sugestion of a friend,find this restaurant . Its warming and everone is friendly. Service its normal. Food is delicious, but I hope more options .
Lively and boisterous, just what you are looking for on a warm Friday night in the East Village. But there is more to this Latin spot than just mojitos, sangria and caipirinha and a great outside dining area. The food is adventurous and very good....More
Serving a different style of Brunch, for 12$ you get coffee, a brunch drink (Mimosa etc, Bloody Marys are bloody strong!) and an entree. I got the steak and eggs (how daring) but I will say this, the potato side that came with it was...More
Restaurant quite noisy but with a nice dancing show. We were 12 and most of us ordered the tuna. The opinions were different, I personally liked it (spacy!) We were a bit disapointed by the caipirinha. Not sure we would absolutely come back there but...More
My family and I used Esperanto as our go to Brunch place when they visited. The atmosphere was great, food cheap & tasty, location perfect for where I live and seating was outside if weather was nice. The brunch is great and the dinner was...More
Wednesday evening dinner at a place that didn't rush us- that was our goal and that is what we got . Got a bottle of wine. After the staff figured we were in for a long evening.., they left us alone to enjoy the appetizers(...More
The location isn't the easiest to get to, deep in the east village, past some down and out blocks, but it's so worth the trek. The building has french windows that open onto the very interesting street (on good weather days). The food and drink...More
We enjoyed dinner here with family friends. They have a terrific fejoida, as well as a well-rounded menu overall. Nice place for conversation. Friendly service. A little overpriced. I'd recommend a more extensive local (brasilian) beer menu.
Every time I've been to Esperanto I end up satisfied with the flavors of the food and the amounts served. The caipirinhas are amazing, I usually bring friends who are visiting New York to this fun restaurant. It can get loud if singers/groups are performing...More