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“Excellent recommandation”
Review of Pane E Vino - NYC - CLOSED

Pane E Vino - NYC
Price range: $31 - $50
Cuisines: Italian
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Restaurant details
Dining options: Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Neighborhood: Upper East Side
Cross street: Between 61st & 62nd Street
Transit: Q,R,N,F,4,5,6 to 59 street & 63 street subway stations on Lexington Avenue.
Description: Pane e Vino is an Italian Restaurant located on Manhattan Upper East Side in the vicinity of the flagship Bloomingdale's store on Lexington Avenue. It's creative menu, attractive location and experienced team offer an inviting fair right here in New York City. Pane e Vino's proximity to Bloomingdale's makes this a perfect spot for pre or post shopping dinning. Is all about wine, great food and good times at Pane e Vino.
Reviewed February 9, 2014

While shopping at Bloomingdales my sister and I asked staff for a reccomandation where to have lunch in the area. We stored our items and went out to find Pane e Vino, and what a nice italian restaurant. The chef Pasquale made us som real italian pasta with different deliscious sauces. Even though we were quite full, we had to try their Tiramisu - and we didn't regret.

We will return next time we're shopping at Bloomingdales.

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Thank HeavyTravel
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Reviewed February 5, 2014

As italian, i am always skeptical when i go to italian restaurants. However, this time i ve decided to get there with another friend of mine, currently living in the Bronx. Personnel doesn't look actually italian, but the Chef, Pasquale, is a real one. Former cook in southern italy, then Germany, he seems to have accumulated a large experience, enough to help in making some interesting experiment, keeping a link with the tradition. He prepares - when possible - its own made "Burrata", a must. And he is always happy to share his techniques with people. Had a very good experience.

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Thank Dariof17
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Reviewed February 2, 2014

Nice reasonably priced Italian food. I would like to recommend the staff as some of the best in Manhattan. Im a local and would say that this is a pretty good place if your in that neighborhood. If you expect trendy, this is not the spot. Great Italian cheesecake.

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Thank Dom L
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Reviewed August 13, 2013

The Buratta appetizer & Gnocchi Quatro Formaggio were DELICIOUS! Service was great. Prices were a little steep for the Buratta, but it was worth it.

1  Thank Misty S
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Reviewed June 3, 2013

Soup was great, the chicken and mushroom was amazing, the tiramisu was delicious, staff was friendly to the point of remembering my family's regular table and keeping it ready, but I've only eaten here during family events since it's well outside my typical budget.

Please be advised that their website has obnoxious autoplay music with no obvious way of muting it.

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Thank Scatterburst
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