Dinner was delicious, service impeccable, great ambiance. Highly recommend..would visit again with my husband and familt
Visited after after going to the AMNH for lunch. Our server, Shane was great. The food was decent. The prices reasonable for NYC.
Isabellas is a nice restaurant with considerable ambiance in a great upscale neighborhood. I would rate the food as just ok, nothing to write home about , great service and a wonderful wine selection. One of our dishes was good but the flatbread pizza was lacking in flavor and crust was too soggy. Jake our waiter was a very personable... More
Great spot to grab lunch before or after you visit to the American Museum of Natural History. Very friendly wait staff. Very good food - try the crab cake sandwich.
We stopped in just because it is a beautiful location. We tried the butternut squash ravioli, steak au poive, and Bronzino. We really enjoyed them all. The highlight was the ravioli. The au poive was a bit mild for me but very tender. Service was quick and friendly, we went with each of her recommendations. I would agree with the... More
This is one of our special occasion restaurants when we want to get together with friends and are not quite sure of their food preferences. Isabella's has a pleasant and varied menu and a nice selection of wines at reasonable prices. We have always found the waiters friendly and with a detailed knowledge of the menu and the food preparation.... More
We have been eating here for several years and always satisfied. This past weekend we (my wife and I) went for a quiet dinner for 2. The restaurant is not especially quiet but certainly not over noisy so we were actually able to talk to each other. Our server (mike) made several recommendations from appetizer to dessert, none of which... More
I remember enjoying Isabellas over the years. It's conveniently located by the Museum of Natural History. But recently we had a very bland and disappointing dinner there. We tried two different pastas. They came to the table extremely quickly and tasted as if they'd been cooked a long time ago and held. The one with the cauliflower was fine, but... More
Had dinner after a long day of travel and walking around town. Dinner was fabulous. My husband got the mushroom ravioli, I got Hay and Straw pasta we loved both and ended up eating from both plates switching halfway thru. Also enjoyed a pumpkin brulee, very good. This place is now on my list for future visits to the city.
Ate brunch on a Saturday after visiting the Museum of Natural History (just across the street). Food was very good, but perhaps even better was the service. We had a bit of a ketchup mishap and the staff was very concerned with making sure we were given clean linens and club soda to work out the stains. They went out... More
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