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Visited Osteria Al Doge on my first night in NYC. Food portions (pastas) were a little small for the money but was tasty. Ordered 2 different New York style pizzas to go which were delicious !!! Waiter was attentive at first but restaurant quickly became...More
We had decided to wing finding a restaurant after the Saturday matinee. Osteria was the second restaurant we tried upon exiting the theater. The restaurant was booked but there were several seats together at the attractive bar and we ended up chatting pleasantly about plays...More
We ate one evening and found it to be a lovely restaurant, very close to our hotel in West 44th Street. The restaurant was busy and we had not booked, but they found us a table on the upper level, overlooking the main part. The...More
A few steps away from Times Square and packed with tourists, this Italian eatery is a hit or miss kind of place. If you are going to theatre, avoid it like the plague as they churn out foreigners and guests like a factory assembly line...More
The food was quite good with one exception, two of us had the ravioli dish and both of us received our dishes with the food cold. They were very accommodating and brought us new plates with hot food and the plates heated to ensure the...More
Just near Time Square and the theatre district Osteria al Doge is the perfect place for a pre or post theatre dinner.
I had the spaghetti vongole and my wife had the risotto with mushrooms.
Both meals were delicious and the extensive wine list made...More
While I cannot say for sure, my guess they do. Also, never be afraid to order what you want even if it is not on the menu. This practice is known as "ordering off menu," and I do it all the time. A good chef will not mind... More
While I cannot say for sure, my guess they do. Also, never be afraid to order what you want even if it is not on the menu. This practice is known as "ordering off menu," and I do it all the time. A good chef will not mind making you something to suit your dietary requirements.