Italian Restaurant and Wine Bar$$$$
West Village, New York
152 Tips and reviews
  • good for dates
  • octopus
  • romantic
  • lively
  • pasta
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  • Steve S.
    Steve SchulerOctober 16, 2014
    Fruiti di mare into squid ink pasta into the pork chop, can't miss. Italian beers are great, wine list is exceptional, cocktails out of this world. One of the best & most consistent places in NYC
  • Rodrigo N.
    I came here for brunch. Not crazy busy. Very nice staff, good service and I loved the food. The Carbonara pasta is delicious! The "purgatorio" eggs is good but its like pasta (lots os tomato sauce).
  • Erin G.
    Erin GleasonJanuary 6, 2013
    The poached egg, polenta, & shrimp brunch special was one of the best things I've ever eaten. If it's not available, baked eggs are supposedly very similar.
  • Noah W.
    Noah WeissJune 29, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    The uova funghi is a delicious brunch dish with polenta, cremini mushrooms, and poached eggs. The carbonara pasta is also great. Outdoor seating in the back now, too.
  • The Corcoran Group
    The Corcoran GroupJanuary 14, 2014
    While the pastas here are pretty much to die for (especially the Carbonara), don't pass on the duck. It's up there with one of best duck dishes we've had.
  • Joey J.
    Joey JAugust 15, 2015
    Great date spot in the west village. Not a traditional Italian menu, but the food is superb. Try the Branzino. Perfectly prepared. One of my my favorite dishes.
  • Chefs Feed
    Chefs FeedAugust 2, 2016
    The tender braised octopus picks up a charred crisp from the grill and is just simply delicious. The rice beans, tossed with an addictive vinaigrette, make a nice accompaniment. Read more
  • Elyse E.
    Elyse EstradaAugust 3, 2012
    All the food is divine! Can't go wrong with the octopus, bass tartare starters and the Orata cooked in parchment paper with vegetables. Even the chocolate sorbet is fancy with a little hint of salt.
  • Risa
    RisaSeptember 21, 2012
    Grub Street off-menu dish: Ricotta Tortellini. "There's plenty of pasta on the menu, but one that's always available is this rich combo of creamy ricotta & seasonal produce such as beets or eggplant."
  • Christina S.
    Christina StockerSeptember 28, 2013
    Start with wine & ricotta costini @Anfora. Then octopus salad, pappardelle bolognese ragu, skirt steak & side of corn. Wish someone would have provided better wine recos. Other than that = perfection!
  • refinery29
    refinery29August 3, 2014
    What to Order: We don't have a bone to pick with anything on the menu, really. But we could make a meal out of the bruschette. Read more
  • Josephine S.
    Josephine SonDecember 23, 2014
    Love the vibe of this place. Definitely sit at the chef's counter, get a bottle of wine and order any or all of the pasta!
  • Nick A.
    Nick AndlingerMarch 12, 2016
    Bone marrow and carbonara are both fantastic. Love the vibe.
  • Rick V.
    Rick ValenzuelaJune 16, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    The chicken is different than the JW chicken at Barbutto, so hard to compare, but amazing for their use of spices. Get it to share with a plate of the buccatini.
  • Kim P.
    Kim PhạmMarch 31, 2015
    The bone marrow appetizer and carbonara are not to be missed!
  • Ben
    BenFebruary 21, 2015
    Great date spot, fills up quickly. Order some shared plates - octopus is grilled perfectly.
  • Elliot W.
    Elliot WehnerJanuary 11, 2015
    Great pasta, can't go wrong with any of them. Sides are great too, nice wine list. Try to sit at the chef's counter to be in the action
  • jessica m. h.
    jessica m. hintermeisterSeptember 17, 2012
    Ricotta Tortellini: rich combination of creamy ricotta and seasonal produce (eggplants pictured here) #cachet #supersecret
  • Jo R.
    Jo RausenJuly 22, 2012
    Great pasta but I'm more than a little disappointed that my 'seasonal fruit salad' (ringing in at $10!) only consisted of melon. Mint was the only redeeming touch. (brunch)
  • Abigail R.
    Abigail RMarch 13, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    Amazing little gem - it never fails. Pastas and risottos are the star here. Also the olive oil cake with sea salt ice cream.
  • sam r.
    sam rosenMay 20, 2014
    If you want something simple, they'll make a plain pasta with olive oil and cracked pepper. It was delicious (and great for vegans)
  • Original Penguin
    Original PenguinOctober 26, 2010
    One of our favorite Italian spots in Manhattan. Grilled sweetbreads with parsley- root puree, soft- scrambled egg and bottarga bruschetta… simply superb. Not to mention the drinks - delicioso!
  • Antonis S.
    Antonis SkordylisJanuary 3, 2016
    Get the carbonara for sure. Even if sharing as a starter. For brunch, the breakfast plate is very well done - but the bacon disappoints.
  • Laura L.
    Laura LachmanOctober 29, 2011
    a hidden gem for brunch, if you want to avoid the waits at other places. All of the egg dishes are great. Splurge on the pasta bolognese.
  • Halstead Property
    Halstead PropertyNovember 30, 2011
    For dessert, try something out of the ordinary and get the cornbread pudding, served with a fruity fig compote and perfectly light ricotta ice cream.
  • julia t.
    julia tNovember 28, 2014
    I love dell'anima! Cute, great ricotta with the bread at lunch, and a romantic spot for quality pastas at dinner.
  • Julie C.
    Julie CapronMarch 17, 2010
    Been here 25+ times
    Start with the Octopus, it's simply amazing and what Dell is known for. Feeling adventurous? Then start with the sweetbreads. They melt in your mouth. Yum.
  • Alyssa C.
    Alyssa CalderoneAugust 8, 2014
    Everything is outstanding, try the bruschetta [spreads] and bone marrow
  • Kathryn Y.
    Kathryn YuAugust 16, 2011
    The 'Negroni sbagliato' ("wrong Negroni" in Italian) uses sparkling wine instead of gin. It's delicious. The regular negroni is no slouch either.
  • citizenM
    citizenMDecember 15, 2015
    A cosy atmosphere with great comfort food and exceptional olive oil cake! Read more
  • cyn k.
    cyn kOctober 24, 2011
    scrumptious italian food- the best i've had in nyc so far. you must try the caramelized brussel sprouts if they're in season.
  • Lulu
    LuluJanuary 5, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    Request a seat in front of the open kitchen so you can watch the chefs work their magic! Try the beets, octopus, uni spaghetti, and duck breast - yum!
  • What's Good Here
    What's Good HereAugust 8, 2014
    Be sure to get the charred octopus (rice beans, chorizo, chicories) as a starter. Highly recommended.
  • F-Factor N.
    F-Factor NutritionOctober 17, 2012
    Not only is the food delicious, the restaurant is a certified green restaurant for being sustainable. The wine list is also impressive.
  • Julia B.
    Julia BenedictNovember 20, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Get a blood orange negroni to start - all of the food is amazing so you can't go wrong with your order
  • Michael L.
    Michael LeeOctober 26, 2015
    Pork chop with a beautifully browned exterior and edge to edge perfectly cooked interior. Very juicy and tasty.
  • Sara B.
    Sara BialMay 5, 2012
    Sit at the back bar, where you can dine and watch the food prepared. Great experience. Hard to get reservations, though.
  • Viviana P.
    Viviana PalaciosSeptember 6, 2011
    Dishes were all delicious, fav was the carbonara and scallops crudo. For dessert, the rum cake with salted gelato is a must!
  • MVQ
    MVQJuly 7, 2013
    Must have meal--the uova fungi misti-it unlike any breakfast dish I've had before and super filling!!
  • Jasmine M.
    Jasmine MoySeptember 5, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    Sit at the bar, order a negroni, some dips with crostini, split the tart endive salad and get the carbonara.
  • Kathryn I.
    Kathryn IApril 23, 2016
    Lovely restaurant with a thoughtful menu. Start with the bruschetta, especially the spicy red pepper.
  • Tae K.
    Tae KimDecember 21, 2013
    Absolutely amazing Italian restaurant. Make sure you make reservations for seats at the chefs bar.
  • Alberto M.
    Alberto MannDecember 21, 2013
    Great sweetbreads. Risotto is not risotto - more like Italian fried rice with sausage but still quite good.
  • The Wall Street Journal
    Consider the house-made pastas ($17-$18) or the popular charred octopus with chorizo dish ($16). Read more
  • Nicolette R.
    Nicolette RomeroNovember 2, 2014
    I know chicken can be boring, but the pollo al diavolo is most definitely not! The carbonara was great, but the chicken is the way to go!
  • Razorfish
    RazorfishSeptember 20, 2011
    Al dente, full of flavor, and home made. Great service, beautiful interior, you definitely get what you pay for.
  • Katie S.
    Katie SchlossJuly 27, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Bring a hearty appetite to this West Village eatery, because all 5 bruschettes are an absolute must.
  • John K.
    John KassJune 19, 2016
    The carbonara is the best. The keener white wine is great.
  • Hauke V.
    Hauke VagtsSeptember 28, 2013
    risotto is to die for! apart from it still the best pasta in the city
  • Sonali S.
    Sonali SridharJanuary 23, 2011
    Fabulous brunch! Try the polenta, shrimp, poached eggs plate. It leaves an amazing sense of satisfaction on the palette.
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