Maialino

Maialino

Italian Restaurant, Coffee Shop, and Breakfast Spot$$$$
Gramercy Park, New York
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  • Jess N.
    Jess NaldoSeptember 18, 2015
    Pastas are as authentically Roman as you can get! Cacio, Carbonara, Chitarra, etc. and anything with the roasted suckling pig/fish is a gift from heaven. Beets are beautiful and save room for dessert!
    Upvoted Mar 22
  • Guest of a Guest
    Gramercy Park's Maialino is, in the most simplest form, to die for. Sweet, savory, and everything in between - its beyond delicious menu is best explored with large groups prone to over-ordering. Read more
    Upvoted Mar 22
  • Chefs Feed
    Chefs FeedAugust 2, 2016
    Danny Meyer's Italian restaurant right above Gramercy Park offers this simple pasta dish called tonnarelli cacio e pepe. It's always well seasoned and always made with love. Read more
    Upvoted Mar 22
  • Chad H.
    Chad HornerJanuary 11, 2016
    a beautiful restaurant, perfect for bringing your parents. food-wise, the suckling pig is their signature dish, but it is a bit of a chore to eat. perhaps best to go for one of the delicious pastas!
    Upvoted Mar 22
  • Eater
    EaterOctober 13, 2016
    Italian-inspired breakfast options include cacio e pepe eggs, a white frittata with zucchini, and a mushroom and rapini patty with a sunnyside up egg. Read more
    Upvoted Mar 22
  • jessica m. h.
    Gluten-Free Pasta ---> Chef Nick Anderer's kitchen always has a few gluten-free pastas available (one of which is usually house-made) & can pair any of them w. whichever sauce you want.
  • Fred W.
    Fred WilsonSeptember 19, 2013
    Been here 100+ times
    The contadino is two perfectly poached (soft) eggs with sauteed seasonal vegetables. Right now its corn cherry tomatoes and jalapeños. This is the perfect breakfast
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceAugust 4, 2014
    The Malfatti al Maialino is the best; fluttery squares of egg pasta with arugula and a generous portion of braised suckling pig leg, brightened with a lemony sauce. Read more
  • Madeleine R.
    Madeleine RootAugust 16, 2016
    Love Maialino, but think it's better for brunch or a cocktail than it is for dinner. Standout bring items include the cacio e Pepe eggs and the unbelievable sausage.
    Upvoted Feb 27
  • Tash C.
    Tash ConcepcionSeptember 21, 2014
    The contadino is the way to go. Served on a bed of roasted corn, cherry tomatoes and jalapeños, this is one of the best egg dishes I've ever had. The patate and pomodori sides go great with this dish.
  • Eric S.
    Eric SmithDecember 1, 2013
    All of the pasta dishes I've had were perfect and the suckling pig specialty is truly delicious. Tender meat, crispy skin reminiscent of pork rinds. Yum! The late-night burgers rock as well! Go!!!
  • Savannah P.
    Savannah PetrickJanuary 10, 2016
    papardelle alla bolognese has a great flavor. I love the sauce on the malfatti but the suckling pig is a little too gamy for my liking. the bruschetta is great to share, as is the olive oil muffin.
  • Fred W.
    Fred WilsonNovember 27, 2012
    Been here 100+ times
    The breakfast at Maialono is great. Cappuccino is excellent and I alternate between the Contadino and the Currant Pecan Granola with Yogurt and Fruit
  • Raquelle J.
    Raquelle JessieJanuary 17, 2016
    not only is this spot super cozy, but they have amazing food. Carciofi fritti, suckling pig, clams, cacio e pepe, carbonara and the truffle special dish are life changing,and the italian cookies <3
  • Ashley C.
    Ashley ChanOctober 23, 2016
    The perfect nice but not-too-fancy Italian restaurant. The pastas are solid & well-portioned. My surprise favorite was the Spaghetti Vongole- the clams were HUGE and juicy. The Malfatta is also great.
  • Justine B.
    Justine BloomeNovember 25, 2015
    Peer through the gates of the "residents only" gated Gramercy Park and then stop in here for delicious breakfast selections. Take a look through the adjoining hotel lobby and pretend you can afford it
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceAugust 4, 2014
    Danny Meyer's Roman trattoria is a thoughtful, comfortable place, where the service is pitch-perfect and the roast suckling pig has shatteringly crisp skin. Read more
  • F-Factor N.
    F-Factor NutritionOctober 17, 2012
    Being one of Danny Meyer's several restaurants in the city, you can be sure to get great food and amazing service. It's casual for an upscale restaurant so you get quality food without all the fuss.
  • Kingsley Y.
    Kingsley YoungerMarch 14, 2015
    The reviewers in Unique Sweets were praising the desserts here. I like the olive oil cake. Find the recipe here: www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/melissa-darabian/orange-olive-oil-cake-recipe.html
  • Rosamaria P.
    Rosamaria P.September 1, 2014
    Quarto quinto is a must. Their prosciutto covered sweetbreads are amazing. Crackling pig and malfatti also a win. Can't go wrong with this place.
  • Jackie S.
    Jackie SiegelFebruary 24, 2013
    Fried artichokes, spaghetti carbonara, pasta with suckling pig and must end with the flourless chocolate cake with buttermilk gelato. Also, the service is some of the best in the neighborhood
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceAugust 4, 2014
    For pastas, try the ultra-simple tonnarelli cacio e pepe: square-edged spaghetti with copious grindings of black pepper and Pecorino. Read more
  • 7th.List
    7th.ListJune 11, 2012
    Taste: Bucatini all’Amatriciana, oxtails, veal T-bone or braised lamb with onions, sformato di ricotta. Secret -> Maialino serves Italian-themed breakfast, featuring ricotta pancakes, and poached eggs Read more
  • Chris M.
    Chris MessinaSeptember 24, 2013
    What to Order: The cold-brew coffee is made fresh daily, but a classic Italian Shakerado is also a good bet: Espresso and raw simple syrup are shaken over ice and garnished with an orange slice.
  • Risa
    RisaSeptember 21, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Grub Street off-menu dish: Gluten-Free Pasta. "Chef Nick Anderer's kitchen always has a few gluten-free pastas available and can pair any of them with whatever sauces their customers might want."
  • Tasting Table
    Tasting TableJuly 12, 2012
    Stop in for the just-introduced late-night pizza special. Beginning at 9 p.m., this Gramercy restaurant is serving a $12 deal that includes a Brooklyn Brewery beer and a carbonara pizza: Read more
  • nymag
    nymagDecember 26, 2010
    The flavors are traditional Roman at Danny Meyer’s latest, with standout versions of bucatini all’Amatriciana and trippa alla Trasteverina. Featured in Where to Eat 2011! Read more
    Upvoted Mar 22
  • Wilson Z.
    Wilson ZhouApril 12, 2016
    Antipasti include delicate baby artichokes. Among the pastas that follow is an excellent spaghetti alla carbonara with egg yolks, guanciale and heaps of black pepper. Entrées, like Maialino, -TimeOut
  • Elizaveta T.
    Elizaveta T.September 4, 2016
    Porchetta and poached eggs with prosciutto cotto for Italy-maniacs; caccio e pepe for mac&cheese lovers. Pancakes are to die for.
  • Joey J.
    Joey JApril 6, 2015
    Tomahawk Ribeye and the Baked Sea Bass with polenta were beautifully cooked. The Pappardelle with Ragu Short Rib was very tasty too. Great restaurant in the Gramercy Hotel.
  • Gothamist
    GothamistAugust 1, 2014
    The house Malfatti ai Maialino is disastrously decadent, with thick pasta ribbons weaving around shredded roast suckling pig and fresh arugula, flavored with a hint of lemon juice. Read more
  • Nicole
    NicoleAugust 6, 2015
    Roman cuisine with fresh ingredients. Sit at the bar for a view of Gramercy Park out the window. One bartender during weekday lunch means slower service, but it's Italian. Take your time.
  • @JaumePrimero
    @JaumePrimeroNovember 1, 2011
    The Roman Trattoria of the moment. Danny Meyer never ceases to amaze with stellar food and the best service standard in New York City. Peppered chicken on Arugula. So simple, so good.
  • Time Out New York
    Time Out New YorkAugust 8, 2013
    The ingredients of the Late Night Burger counterbalance the luscious patty, made from a Pat LaFrieda mix of short rib, brisket and chuck and seared à la plancha. Read more
  • Nat H.
    Nat HarwardDecember 10, 2013
    Chocolate Croissant Bread Pudding: "You will absolutely want to save room for this little lump of heaven, which comes snuggled up next to a scoop of hazelnut gelato." Read more
  • Superb
    SuperbJune 26, 2012
    A cozy (though actually quite spacious) spot for brunch. Try their soft-scrambled eggs with pecorino and black pepper! (Tip: Check out the bathroom in the hotel lobby. Very cool.)
  • Cali Z.
    Cali ZimmermanNovember 23, 2014
    There's nothing to complain about here. Brunch is fabulous. Coffee, pastries, porchetta sandwich. All A+. Sizable portions and attentive service. The bread basket is an essential starter
  • lisa l.
    lisa limJune 30, 2012
    Scrambled eggs cacio e pepe - super tasty. Maialino Contadino (poached eggs with market veg) fresh and delicious. One of the few places that that doesn't over poach their eggs.
  • Theresa R.
    Cheese and meat plates were awesome. Good wine selection. I had the lobster pasta as an entree, and it was amazing!!!
  • Marc C.
    Marc CohenMarch 24
    The carbonera is famous. Very good Italian wine and apertife selection. A little overpriced for the presentation but still a very solid experience.
  • Liggy S.
    Liggy S.October 17, 2015
    This is the most delicious breakfast I have had in a while. I ordered the scrambled eggs with pecorino and they were a dream. I love everything about this place.
  • D
    DNovember 30, 2014
    One of the best restaurants in NYC. Impeccable wine, food, and service. Order the garganelli and scottadita and a nice Barolo.
  • Chad H.
    Chad HornerFebruary 20, 2016
    the ricotta pancakes are *incredibly* moist, almost gooey. the kumquats add a strong fruity contrast to the butteriness of the pancake
  • Sumeet S.
    Sumeet ShahMarch 24, 2013
    Been here 25+ times
    It's not surprising that the happy hour here (5-7 PM, M-F, bar) Danny Mayer's gem is fantastic. $5 wines and small bites. Do it if you're in the area.
  • Claire J S.
    Claire J SongJune 1, 2015
    Late-Night Burger, $15 Nick Anderer’s Italian take (Gorgonzola, house-cured pancetta, escarole on rosemary brioche) is available only between 10:30 p.m. and midnight and only in the front barroom.
  • amy p.
    amy pelletierAugust 27, 2016
    Been here 10+ times
    This is one of the most outstanding places to drink and taste new wines in all of Manhattan. The Sommeliers are insightful and approachable. One of my favorites!
  • Lori L.
    Lori LuoAugust 11, 2014
    Maialino serves a quality weekend brunch, where their poached eggs are just as tempting as the Cacio e Pepe pasta. Make reservations in advance as it gets busy.
  • Catherine P.
    Catherine ParkJuly 11, 2015
    Been here 5+ times
    My fav dish is the bucatini & the berry cocktail. Also, the bread they serve in the beginning is awesome. Perfect for family, friends or special occasions!
  • Lee H.
    Lee HoffmanDecember 20, 2015
    The pastas are amazing - particularly the pesto one. The chicken cutlet is good but get it without the sauce (mushrooms)
  • JD
    JDOctober 6, 2014
    An Italian place for breakfast can seem a bit odd but trust me this place is wonderful. The poached eggs are perfectly done and of course finish a dessert!
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