The heritage pork chop was amazing!
Start with the kale salad. End with the caramel coffee custard. Both amazing.
Most of the apps and entrees are great
Loved everything. Start with the roasted chickpeas.
The pork chop is incredible.
Some of the best bacon I've ever had. The polenta and mushrooms for brunch is great, as is the pork belly hash. And the staff - soooo sweet. Great brunch!
Superb squid ink pasta
Get there before 6 for a pick of the best backyard seats.
That Limoncello is legit. It's strong though, might want to split one.
Get those chickpeas
Fried chickpeas, and if the special involved a ragu, go for it.
Operated by the same people who run Al Di La in Park Slope. Anything they pair with creamy polenta is worth trying.
Polenta so creamy you could eat a gallon of it. I dare you.
Everything is amazing. The pasta is out of control. Original and good
Pork chop, butcher steak
Spaghetti carbonara for brunch? Sold.
Great steak, gnocchi were pretty good as well
Backyard patio is the spot.
Our food took an hour to come, an absolute no no in NYC when someone else can make it faster & better. Also saw them keeping their French toast moist on the grill, um don't order this!
Everything I ate here was outstanding. Malfatti, beets and goat cheese, fresh young chicken, farro salad. Cocktails also quite nice.
Get the cauliflower dish, ricotta cavatelli and panna cotta. Rosé all the way.
Pricey, a bit overrated. Sit at the bar.
Carrot Ginger soup was amazing!
I wanted to like this place because the menu looked great, but our food was greasy and cooked in old, burnt oil- and our order as well as orders at both tables next to us had something wrong.
Love the food, love the energy here. Skip waiting at Tooker Alley - terrible service, expensive drinks from premix syrups destroy the vibe you want when going to Corvo!
Everything you want from a neighborhood restaurant. Try the Oxtail Ragu, the Squid Ink Pasta and the Frito Misto. Everything was well prepared and delicious. Great service and warm atmosphere.
Didn't know they did brunch until yesterday. Holy shit was it good.
Great spot for a date night.
Amazing brunch and great atmosphere. Eggs panade is the way to go.
Mushroom and goat cheese cavatelli. Every time I go I think I'll order something else but I always give in to this wonder of a dish. Nom!
chitarra neri (squid ink pasta) and ricotta cavatelli are my staples, plus any seasonal salad. always fresh and always good. great wines and cocktails too.
Great Italian food from the Al Di La people. The squid ink pasta is a reliable favorite. Cocktails are good too.
Sit outside and crank wine
Don't order the water. Because you have to pay 6 dollars for it.
The food was decent. The Mac N Cheese was nice but not amazing. Not sure if I would go back but it was a good place to try. Great homemade ginger soda and nice vibe.
The hake... What can I say.... A veritable feast. A pork roast of a fish bake. Delicious broth, perfectly accompanied by olives and roasted tomatoes. A coup. Bravo.
Great outdoor seating. Came here for brunch. Good coffee.
Try to pounce on a seat at the bar. Order a cocktail, the 'tongue' fries, and enjoy excellent service
Fave brunch is the polenta with mushrooms, kale, and a cute egg topper.
I can't get enough of this place. The ricotta cavatelli is delish!
late night dinner. had roasted amish chicken. not bad. mac n cheese was very good. if feeling adventurous have the crispy beef tongue fries. worth a revisit
Lambrusco. so delicious.
Kale salad was delicious!!
As a neighbor who was thrilled to welcome them here, I'm really sad to see this restaurant going down hill. Last time we were served gummy pasta and red pork chop. Service has gone very lax.
Fresh cocktails, handmade pastas, and farm table ambiance inspired by the Italian countryside.
Affordably priced Italian from the team behind neighborhood favorite al di la. Pasta is great here, and there's a nice outdoor dining space.
Learn from my mistake and use the top lock on the bathroom door. Also, the wild mushroom cavatelli is delicious.