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Does this restaurant offer takeout or food to go?YesNoUnsure
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Does the restaurant have an accessible-height sink in the bathroom?YesNoUnsure
Can a gluten free person get a good meal at this restaurant?YesNoUnsure
Does the restaurant have fixed grab bars for the toilets in the bathroom?YesNoUnsure
Does the restaurant have wide clearance into the bathroom for guests with mobility restrictions?YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant offer large print menus for guests with visual impairments?YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant offer an accessible route through the dining areas for guests with mobility, hearing, or visual impairments? This route should be well-lit, free of obstructions, and step-free.YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant have step-free access into the building to accommodate wheelchairs?YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant have a wide entryway that would allow a wheelchair to pass?YesNoUnsure
Located in the heart of Nolita, Epistrophy has been the local neighborhood's favorite home away from home for the past 10 years. Serving a casual chic array of Italian food influenced heavily by the Sardinian/Italian region with seasonal specials. It is a great place to spend an afternoon seated on the sidewalk cafe to take in the Nolita/Soho atmosphere while drinking an excellent glass of wine. Live local jazz musicians play on Sunday nights at 7:30pm.
$12 - $25
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options
Drinks, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Late Night
Wine Bar, Italian, Mediterranean
Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Reservations, Seating, Waitstaff, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Accepts Discover, Table Service, Highchairs Available
Our son wanted to try this place and we stopped after a long day in NYC on a Saturday evening. We did not have a reservation but was able to be seated after only a few minutes. We tried the Tommy & Margarita and Giorgia...More
The food is really good and although the staff is very friendly they were not trained at all.
The place was packed, super loud (uncomfortably loud) and terribly hot inside. There’s a heater on top of us that the waitress refused to turned off. 😒....More
We found this little place becasue the restaurant we wanted to go to was closed. We were lucky that they had a table for us. Half an hour later it was packed and people were sent away. We had soo much food here and all...More
Located in a neighborhood with many bars and specialty shops. Cozy area. We were there for an early lunch, shortly afterwards the place was packed. Don't always have everything on the menu but there are enough options to wet your appetite. Extensive wine list and...More
Went here for an anniversary dinner, well for any romance you should't go here :) Food was wonderful; looked pretty and tasted really good, so no comments on that, but we couldn't even hear what the other was saying since it was so very loud.
Unpleasant feeling about this restaurant! Food was all right however service was unfriendly and pushy. Therefore we’ve signed off limited tip on our bill. However the restaurant has charged 20% tip instead of what we have signed off on. 20% would be the standard tip...More
This place was a right turn into the unknown for us, and it paid off like a good movie! We've been very tired of NYC Sardinian (don't even mention Italian), we have 46 years of Sardinia in us (hence Mirtone). Usually NYC Sardinian is dumbed-down...More
Despite being just off of busy Houston Street, Nolita maintains a low-key vibe that makes it a pleasant retreat in the heart of lower Manhattan. Short for “North of Little Italy,” Nolita was once considered to be part of Little Italy. Today, the neighborhood is popular with young fashionistas popping in and out of the chic independent boutiques that line Mulberry, Mott and Elizabeth Streets. In addition to shopping,
there are cozy restaurants and sidewalk cafes serving everything from new-school Italian food to the world-famous cronuts. While small in size (Nolita stretches just a few blocks in each direction), it’s a great neighborhood to spend an afternoon people watching, window-shopping, and grabbing a bite to eat.