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AMATA is a vibrant yet cozy Italian restaurant serving delicious traditional Italian fare with a modern flair. Located in East Midtown of Manhattan, NYC, Amata boasts a large, splendidly-decorated room, with white linen service, sidewalk café seating, a quaint and lively bar, and a smaller intimate room for private events.
Reservations, Seating, Waitstaff, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Accepts Discover, Wheelchair Accessible
This is my most favorite restaurant. I have eaten at Amata many times so I finally feel compelled to share my accolades. The atmosphere is elegant, warm and comfortable. From the moment you walk in you are treated superbly. And then the food! Just absolutely...More
A good Italian restaurant serving the classics (parmigiana...eggplant, chicken or veal), mozzarella caprese, meatballs, and fried calamari with sautéed mushrooms, cherry tomatoes and arugula in a mildly sweet, tasty, non-red sauce (a standout). The pappardelle with crab, peas and tomato was also a very good...More
I have dined at Amata for lunch and dinner several times over the past two years. Lunch yesterday was super tasty as always. The shrimp fra diavolo was cooked to perfection and spicy. Seating on the veranda also makes for a very pleasant and refreshing...More
Amata is the perfect place when you have diners with varying Italian preferences. The Southern Rigatoni alla bolognese was perfect for one my colleagues while I preferred the light, delicate calamari salad which melted in your mouth. If you like pistachio, the tartufo was excellent.
Amata is one of those classic Italian restaurants that just feels right. Dark wood, white table cloths, a bit of an attitude, and really great food. Located on a quiet block of 56th St. is really is like entering another world––calm and relaxed. We a...More
I have eaten at Amata probably 20 times. Never..ever ..a less than perfect meal. From the apps to the veal chop (best I have ever had in NYC over 20 + years) this is a must 'GO TO" place. Little bit off the beaten path...More
Off the beaten path, Amata is a charming restaurant with great Italian food. The selections are wide, and the atmosphere is quiet so you can talk and actually hear your table-mate. They serve high quality Neapolitan Italian food, and the seafood is especially good. Service...More
The food was ok but nothing special. I had the Mussels which I found to be a bit fishy tasting, my friend had the blackened chicken which she enjoyed. If I came back I would definitely try the pizza which looked very good BUT what...More