As a long-time New Yorker, I am always nervous that I will wind up in a touristy-type mediocre restaurant, when circumstances force me to dine where the tourists roam free. So with tickets for a Broadway play and a bad leg that forced us to eat near the theatre, I approached dinner with reservations (pun intended). But Trattoria Trecolori did not at all disappoint! This is a fine restaurant, a little crowded and very noisy, but once worth seeking out miles from the tourist precincts. The bread – some of the best ever. The generous plate of olives – superb. The salads, the soup and the entrees -- pasta, steak and one of the day’s specials -- were singularly enjoyable. And for anyone with a mobility handicap, the elevator down to the restrooms completely eliminated a tricky problem. (And the elevator doubles as a coatroom – great use of space!) Kudos to this place, they truly seem to care, which is not always the case where plenty of places get away with a whole lot less. Seek this restaurant out, you won't be disappointed!
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