Bar Corvo

Italian Restaurant, Wine Bar, and Cocktail Bar$$$$
Prospect Heights, Brooklyn
  • Carmen N.
    "Malfatti, beets and goat cheese, fresh young chicken, farro salad."(7 Tips)
    "Great Italian food from the Al Di La people."(7 Tips)
    Alison Z.
    "The ricotta cavatelli and the braised short rib are amazing."(7 Tips)
    Audrey A.
    "Tagliatelle, gnocchi, and any gratin are excellent"(7 Tips)
105 Tips and reviews
  • good for dates
  • farro salad
  • al di la
  • pasta
  • gnocchi
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  • Katie M.
    Katie MadgesJanuary 9
    Been here 10+ times
    Been here several times and you will not regret ordering the Black Manhattan cocktail, short rib, cauliflower or cheese cake. Open kitchen makes it fun to sit at the bar & watch the chefs in action.
    Upvoted Jan 9
  • Sam O.
    Sam OriachMay 20, 2016
    The tagliatelle al ragu is very good. It's both saucy and cheesy, but not exceedingly so. And they have Peroni, which is always a plus at any pasta spot.
  • Vanessa T.
    Vanessa TurnerAugust 6, 2016
    The farro salad is the quintessential summer salad. The corn tortelli is amazing... But the pork chop blew our minds. James was excellent; offered solid recommendations and was super attentive.
  • Sam J.
    Sam J.January 24, 2013
    Solid italian spot as expected from the a di la folks. One of those places where everything on the menu looks great. Had the farro salad and the pork chop and both were great. Will be back for more.
  • Joanna F.
    Joanna FlammSeptember 24, 2016
    Big outdoor space, much of it covered. At brunch, order savory mains and the ricotta fritters with jam to share. Sweet vs. savory problem solved!
  • __TR3V
    __TR3VOctober 31, 2013
    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
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsAugust 8, 2013
    Affordably priced Italian from the team behind neighborhood favorite al di la. Pasta is great here, and there's a nice outdoor dining space.
  • The Wall Street Journal
    The Aperol Spritz ($9), made of a bitter orange liquor, prosecco and a splash of citrus, brings to mind bocce games in shirt sleeves on a summer afternoon in the Riviera. Read more
  • Emily W.
    Emily WilsonAugust 2, 2016
    Get a table outside and order an aperol spritz to start (if it's the summertime.) If you can't decide on a pasta, the tagliatelle al ragu is a great bet.
  • Sage
    SageSeptember 6, 2014
    Been here 10+ times
    Great Italian food from the Al Di La people. The squid ink pasta is a reliable favorite. Cocktails are good too.
  • Di L.
    Di LucieJune 22, 2014
    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.
  • martha d.
    martha dentonOctober 17, 2015
    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!
  • Sue A.
    Sue ApfelbaumOctober 2, 2014
    Been here 10+ times
    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.
  • Carmen N.
    Carmen NMay 26, 2015
    Everything I ate here was outstanding. Malfatti, beets and goat cheese, fresh young chicken, farro salad. Cocktails also quite nice.
  • Devonta
    DevontaJuly 20, 2014
    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.
  • Varun S.
    Varun ShettyJune 24, 2013
    Splitty-splitty on the Malfati and the Ricotta Cavatelli. Al di la food without the massive wait. Plus, a really nice outdoor area.
  • Zach Aarons
    Zach AaronsFebruary 21, 2012
    Very solid traditional Italian food in a chic rustic setting. Definitely good for the Prospect Heights culinary scene. (3 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more
  • Allie S.
    Allie SchwartzJanuary 30, 2012
    Farro salad is to die for. Veal is fantastic as are the spicy chick peas and the Taglietalle. Terrific addition to Washington Ave.
  • Danilo L.
    Danilo LimaJune 27, 2016
    Had the Eggs Benedict for Brunch and they were awesome. Served with the best Pork Belly ever, I'll definitely come back.
  • Chris P.
    Chris PhillipsMay 1, 2016
    Been here 25+ times
    Place used to be amazing but brunch today was a fail. There were just two snap peas and two chunks of cheese in my farro salad. smoky paprika potatoes were the star of brunch - now pulled from menu.
  • Nicole F.
    Nicole FormicaNovember 16, 2014
    Amazing brunch and great atmosphere. Eggs panade is the way to go.
  • Adam S.
    Adam S.February 13, 2012
    The farro salad is excellent. Prices across the board are reasonable and a couple can easily (and happily) munch for under $70.
  • Nick B.
    Nick BurtoSeptember 6, 2015
    Get there before 6 for a pick of the best backyard seats.
  • michael d.
    michael donohoeApril 6, 2014
    Try to pounce on a seat at the bar. Order a cocktail, the 'tongue' fries, and enjoy excellent service
  • 7th.List
    7th.ListJanuary 28, 2012
    The owners of Park Slope's much-loved Al Di Là Trattoria opened this lower-priced northern Italian restaurant in Crown Heights on Thursday. Read more
  • Ari G.
    Ari GreenbergNovember 27, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    Delicious food that's seasonal and well priced. Plus the wine prices are very reasonable. Highly recommended.
  • Mimi
    MimiFebruary 12, 2012
    Musts: Farro salad, spicy chickpeas, tagliatelle (exactly like the one at Al Di La). Skip the veal breast -- nauseatingly fatty.
  • Doris D.
    Doris DaifNovember 10, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    Everything is good! Great wine bottles at $29 each. Kale, brussel sprouts, fish, special pastas all rock
  • Lauren D.
    Lauren DellaquilaSeptember 1, 2015
    Operated by the same people who run Al Di La in Park Slope. Anything they pair with creamy polenta is worth trying.
  • Chris K.
    Chris KimMarch 23, 2013
    Cauliflower steak to start, squid ink pasta for your main, and tongue fries instead of dessert. Thank me later.
  • Alison Z.
    Alison ZackFebruary 27, 2013
    The ricotta cavatelli and the braised short rib are amazing. I also love the kale salad appetizer.
  • Julia D.
    Julia DennisonNovember 2, 2014
    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!
  • Compass
    CompassAugust 12, 2013
    Fresh cocktails, handmade pastas, and farm table ambiance inspired by the Italian countryside.
  • Analee K.
    Analee KasudiaMay 25, 2015
    Get the cauliflower dish, ricotta cavatelli and panna cotta. Rosé all the way.
  • Brian M.
    Brian MasefieldNovember 10, 2015
    Start with the kale salad. End with the caramel coffee custard. Both amazing.
  • Erika S.
    Erika SJanuary 2, 2015
    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!
  • Thad C.
    Thad CollinsNovember 3, 2012
    The chicken dish and the Mac & cheese dish were SUPERB!! The Montepuciano was great too!!!
  • Noah M.
    Noah MJune 19, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Don't look down on the Cauliflower appetizer! The fried capers on this add the perfect touch.
  • Pam B.
    Pam B.February 21, 2012
    Tagliatelle al ragu is everything you want out of a pasta dish: cheesy, funky, meaty. The octupus confit pasta was a little too lemony—I would skip.
  • kat p.
    kat popielJune 26, 2015
    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!
  • KK A.
    KK AppleFebruary 9, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    Fave brunch is the polenta with mushrooms, kale, and a cute egg topper.
  • Sarah B.
    Sarah BizFebruary 14, 2012
    Get the semolina gnocchi and the spicy chick peas. Trust the wait staff re wine.
  • Kunal G.
    Kunal GhevariaFebruary 18, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    Calamari salad, squid ink pasta with octopus, and chocolate bread pudding. Pair with an Old Washington. It's the perfect meal. Yum.
  • Nikita S.
    Nikita ShettyJune 24, 2013
    Learn from my mistake and use the top lock on the bathroom door. Also, the wild mushroom cavatelli is delicious.
  • Marcus J.
    Marcus JJanuary 31, 2013
    Quite possibly THE BEST place for food and wine I have EVER been to. Hands down.
  • Omar B.
    Omar BrownAugust 24, 2015
    Everything is amazing. The pasta is out of control. Original and good
  • mike g.
    mike greenApril 27, 2013
    just like al di la, the pasta here is terrific. the tagliatelle was lights out.
  • Julia S.
    Julia SchweizerDecember 3, 2012
    Brunch feels like an afterthought here--skip it and come for dinner when this place is awesome.
  • Elaine D.
    Elaine DunlapMay 18, 2016
    The food is so good! The staff hated us so much for showing up at 9:30 on a Tuesday 🙁
  • Amina H.
    Amina HussainMay 13, 2014
    Great outdoor seating. Came here for brunch. Good coffee.
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