its the place to have brunch, its quite delicious, and the service its excellent i love grabbing brunch here.
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On a cold winter day stumbling into this restaurant was a find. We had incredibly delicious salads, over the top dessert- the best profiteroles, but the best was the appetizer. When you can order Vitelli tunatto you know someone knows something about authentic northern Italian...More
While in the City we have been various times to Serafina since it is well located and friendly. I do not consider it a tourist trap. The carpaccio and pizza are wonderful and you can accompany them with a bottle of Pinot Noir.
Serafina's are all over the city, I'm told, but we went to one a few blocks from the Metropolitan Museum of Art and met a dear friend for lunch. We were bothered by the waiter at first for our order, but when he realized that...More
We have passed this restaurant many times, and decided to try it for breakfast. The food was average and the service was slightly below average, slow and inattentive, so it is doubtful that we will return.
Looking for a place to have diner after theatre so it was close to 11 PM. Serafina was still open and serving late. Sat out side, very nice. Great menu. Had a seafood tartar appetizer that was really fantastic. The pastas are homemade and very...More
I'm from your father's or grandfather's generation and unfortunately, not hard of hearing. We stopped in a couple of nights ago about 10PM for a late bite. The place was packed with young people who apparently were not put off by having to shout louder...More
Pros: Decent, budget food, casual dining Cons: Quite the 'make your own atmosphere' kind of place Went here one night amid a week of luxury restaurants and hotels - simply because I had a craving for pasta. And you know what, this little place totally...More
Some girlfriends and myself popped into Serafina on a whim a few weeks back and really enjoyed the food. Our pizza came out a little slow, but we really loved the pasta sauce. I found out my fave site, Behind the Burner, did a little...More