The Italian food here wasn't anything fantastic, and especially being in NYC, it was an average meal, that's all we could say. The service was good and they did accommodate our desire to change tables because of a draft. The Tagiatelle was $39, Burrate $16, Pappardelle $25. The breadsticks were... read more
Located steps from Manhattan's Theatre District and the famed Carnegie...
Located steps from Manhattan's Theatre District and the famed Carnegie Hall, Ed Sullivan Theater, and City Center, Abboccato Italian Kitchen serves some of New York City's finest authentic, yet simple Italian cuisine, spanning the diverse regions of Italy from Sicily to Lombardi.
Executive Chef David Arias serves up regional dishes featuring ten varieties of handmade pasta, a selection of shared-plates, and an approachable six-course chef's tasting menu. To accompany the meal, guests can enjoy Italian wines and cocktails featuring traditional Italian spirits and modern preparations, including herb and fruit-infused ice cubes.
In addition to the savory Italian cuisine, Abboccato's dessert menu allows diners to end their meal as elegantly as they started it.