Close to shopping, a delightful, intimate restaurant on 3rd Ave. Food is very good, and the setting is cozy.
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Ate here with local friends on a recent NYC visit and loved it. Bread and bruchetta served when sested, drink order taken promptly. Large menu with all of our Italian favorites. We all loved what we ordered. Sauce was delicious! When we finished, a plate...More
I knew of the restaurant as being Montgomery Clift's favorite place in NYC so I went there to celebrate my birthday with a group of 6. Wonderful service, wonderful food and ambience although very crowded for a Thursday night. I thoroughly enjoyed it and will...More
The ambience is highly refined and fresh. You can find here the coolest people in town, while you are embraced by a very relaxed atmosphere. The food is excellent. The moment you walk in, you feel like you have arrived somewhere special. The service was...More
Visited the restaurant twice during my last New York-stay, both times for lunch, both times really good! Attentive and very friendly staff, great food, good recommendations and very nice wine! Complimentary wonderful Limonchello at the end of the meal, and not to expencive. Great place!
This NYC landmark has been on my list for decades. I finally made it and was not disappointed at all! Great service and food. Very authentic Italian with a lovely menu.
We went here for dinner based on a recommendation of a friend who had been here several times. We had a reservation which seemed necessary - it was quite busy. Almost as soon as we were seated, the server Andres brought us a small serving...More
We enjoyed dinner at this small Italian restaurant on 3rd and 61st St The Isle of Capri isn't much to look at from the outside, but inside it was cosy and intimate. The menu is well-stocked with a variety of dishes, but it's not so...More
Really good italian. We went there for lunch and had a really good time. Service was good and food was excellent. Would go back if i was living there. THey also seem to have a good deal of italian american customers, which is a good...More
We actually found the restaurant by accident, while walking the neighborhood around Bloomingdales. We checked out the menus posted in the window, and knew that we had found a great place for dinner. It was Valentine's Day, so we were pessimistic about getting in, but...More