Otto Enoteca Pizzeria

Otto Enoteca Pizzeria

Pizza Place, Wine Bar, and Italian Restaurant$$$$
Greenwich Village, New York
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  • Gothamist
    GothamistAugust 1, 2014
    Spaghetti carbonara is not for the faint-hearted—this venemous dish is made with all the egg, cheese and bacon a body can handle. But if you're going to make the plunge, Otto does it right Read more
    Upvoted May 11
  • The Corcoran Group
    The Corcoran GroupOctober 26, 2010
    Definitely make reservations or be prepared to wait. Start with a selection of Meats and Cheeses and then go straight to the Pizza – Otto Lardo, Prosciutto Arugula or Pizza Del Giorno.
  • Eater
    EaterMarch 17, 2014
    The pies as Mario Batali's wildly popular pizzeria start on the griddle and finish in the broiler. Otto serves one of the city's great clam pies, as well as a terrific lardo and rosemary-topped pizza. Read more
  • ThePurplePassport.com
    ThePurplePassport.comJanuary 10, 2012
    This spot is super casual and laidback. We love the neighborhood friendliness about the place, from the generous and helpful barkeeps to the fun-loving and conversational, eclectic crowds. Read more
  • Teddy L.
    Teddy LuFebruary 17, 2015
    one of my favorite places in nyc for wine. i've been here maybe 30 times, and have never sat in the restaurant. the bar area is awesome for a casual drink or meal. great for a date or to hang out
  • Roger R.
    Roger RJune 2
    Try the Burratta! It is a religious experience!!! Pizza is good but go with the pasta (better pizza in several spots)...Don't miss the gelato.. Olive oil gelato and the Sweet Corn are AMAZING!!
  • Heena
    HeenaFebruary 7, 2015
    Love train board. Great wine. Brussel sprouts - flavor great but but overcooked. Goat cheese agnolotti was best dish. Truffle linguine was nothing special. Pizza is okay. Service was super slow.
  • Noah W.
    Noah WeissApril 13, 2015
    Mario Batali food at Olive Garden level insane value prices. Cacio e peppe pizza, pasta Norma, put extra prosciutto on any pizza, and the olive oil gelato to finish.
  • Alex Z.
    Alex ZaltsmanFebruary 3, 2013
    Skip breakfast and eat a light lunch before embarking on an Batali-powered Italian family-style feast. Appetizers are great as well as the honey/marmalade-paired cheeses. Try the olive oil ice cream!
  • Nicole
    NicoleAugust 27, 2015
    Really crispy thin crust pizza with fresh, tangy sauce. Gelato can only be ordered in 3-scoop servings, so go hungry or with other people. Regular bar crowd gets lively -- and loud, so grab a table.
  • Bollare
    BollareMarch 30, 2012
    One of Mario Batali's greatest gifts to the city! Amazingly delicious italian tapas & pizza at reasonable prices. The veggies are SO good they have to be bad. Save room, the gelato is the best! —Meg
  • Epicurious
    EpicuriousAugust 23, 2010
    It should surprise no one that this Mario Batali restaurant has some of the best salads, pastas and pizza in NYC. Even better: you can take home a cookbook and recreate your favorite dishes at home!
  • Dipika A.
    Dipika AgrawalSeptember 26, 2014
    I only came for drinks but I heard it's got an amazing food/wine selection. We ordered the pitcher of white sangria (delicious). Server was very attentive and came back several times to check on us.
  • Justine G.
    Justine GAugust 8, 2015
    The Pane Frattau pizza is amazing! As well as gelato in the following flavors: olive oil, sweetcorn and crème fraîche. Ask the waiter for wine recommendations.
  • jon a.
    jon accarrinoJuly 28, 2014
    Fantastic pizza and pasta. Try the broccoli rabe with chilis and pecorino. Both olive oil gelato and clam pizza were amazing. If there's a long wait for a table then order a pizza at the bar.
  • Bollare
    BollareNovember 28, 2012
    One of Mario Batali's greatest gifts to the city! Amazingly delicious italian tapas & pizza at reasonable prices. The veggies are SO good they have to be bad. Save room, the gelato is the best!
  • Adam T.
    Really good food and cool bar space. A bit loud for families. Main complaint is the wine list in 90% $200+ Italian bottles. Works for Del Posto, but needs to be adapted for the setting.
  • Ignacio F.
    Ignacio FinolMarch 27, 2012
    Tell your friends its a Mario Batalli restaurant (don't tell them the cheapest one.) Avoid the pasta, get the eggplant appetizer & order a pizza with not a lot of tomato… (3 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more
  • Melissa K.
    Melissa KnificMay 22, 2010
    Great place for date or family night. Can't go wrong with the pizzas or pastas. The wine menu is extensive - and the waiting area/bar looks like an old European train station. Wine comes in a carafe.
  • Jackie D.
    Jackie DanickiNovember 5, 2009
    Amazing seasonal Italian food, including gluten-free pasta dishes and over 750 Italian wines, plus a fun atmosphere that's great for getting together with friends. Mario Batali did well with this one!
  • Anthony B.
    Anthony BradfieldJanuary 2, 2011
    The food and wine were excellent! However, I tried the Olive Oil gelatto because all the tips said it was great but it was gross. I felt like I was eating straight up sea salt. Changed it for banana!
  • Chad H.
    Chad HJuly 23, 2011
    Brought a group of 14 and was offered 60pp for food and unlimited beer/wine. Couldn't have worked out more amazing. I can't imagine having been that well fed for a group that big for anything less.
  • Jessia M.
    Jessia MaJanuary 12, 2014
    Good spot for a first date. The food is good and cheap enough that someone can pick up the check. You can talk about Batali and if that fails it's loud, so awkward silences won't really be silent.
  • Alex R.
    Alex RavenelJune 23, 2015
    Skip the pizza, which is mostly unremarkable, and go for the small plates and pasta, which are exellent. Don't miss the olive oil gelato as everyone mentions. Great wine list as well.
  • Mike W.
    Mike WinstonSeptember 12, 2013
    The food is expertly prepared and priced very reasonably, especially for a restaurant as date-worthy as this. Don't miss the Bucatini all’ Gricia and Cacio e Pepe Pizza. Read more
  • Lily v.
    Lily van DiepenNovember 17, 2010
    It's pretty hard to go wrong here, but the best are, Pizza: Quattro Formaggi, Pasta: Pasta alla Norma (roasted eggplant & dollop of creamy ricotta). Veg antipasti faves: lentils, beets & white beans
  • Lisa G.
    Lisa GrimmMay 28, 2011
    A must go while in New York. One block from Washington Square, it offers and awesome atmosphere with reasonable price point. Caprese salad, prosciutto pizza and olive oil gelato are a must!
  • David L.
    David LifsonDecember 31, 2011
    The rum sponge cake / pistachio gelato whatever-it's-called is amazing. I generally find Otto very overrated but the food is actually surprisingly decent for the price. (3 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more
  • Eatocracy
    EatocracyJune 10, 2010
    Order some antipasti at Mario Batali's casual pizzeria while you wait on his thin-crusted creations. Runny yolk fans opt for the Pane Frattau -- a pie with a sunnyside-up egg in the center.
  • Erin G.
    Erin GleasonAugust 22, 2011
    Start w/ Artichokes alla Romana (plus cheese platter if you're sharing -- truffle honey ftw!), move onto Spaghetti Carbonara, finish w/ Olive Oil Copetta (best dessert in NYC, hands down).
  • Find. Eat. Drink.
    Find. Eat. Drink.August 10, 2011
    Sommelier Michael Madrigale (Bar Boulud/Boulud Sud) says "I love going to the bar at Otto and getting a chilled bottle of Kofererhof Kerner with the anchovies and bread crumbs antipasti.”
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsApril 13, 2013
    Skip the pizza for excellent vegetable small plates, delicious, reasonably priced pasta, and some of the best gelato in the city. The dining room can get noisy—best to eat at the bar.
  • Kyle B.
    Kyle ByeMay 31, 2015
    Feels like you're walking into an upscale Italian restaurant & wine bar until you look at the prices. The pastas & pizzas are amazing, but don't skip the gelato after your meal!
  • Brian K.
    Brian KeyserJune 11, 2015
    The pizza might be good but I wouldn't know because they won't serve it to customers at bar tables. Apparently "Mario believes that when you eat pizza you need to have a seat." Then provide seats!
  • Examiner.com
    Examiner.comMay 16, 2011
    The best pizza on the menu is the Marinara pizza. Though it comes with no cheese, the bold and spicy essence of the sauce matched with the crispy, delicate crust makes it unforgettable. Read more
  • amNewYork
    amNewYorkOctober 5, 2011
    Mario Batali’s bustling pizzeria does their ice cream sandwiches with an Italian spin — with gelato instead of ice cream, and flavors such as creme fraiche, olive oil and stracciatella.
  • Nicoline v.
    Nicoline von FinckJune 22, 2011
    The food was delicious! Especially loved the prosciutto and arugula pizza. The gellato was extraordinary. Affordable and delicious, I definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a nice group dinne
  • Steven H.
    Steven HattemJune 18, 2013
    Good food but they are very policy driven. Asked for some extra basil and was flat out told NO. I have never been to a restaurant that denies a customer request even I the customer is willing to pay!
  • Approach Guides
    Approach GuidesMay 31, 2010
    Looking for a full-bodied red wine, with both good fruit and some complexity? You can't go wrong with the Nero di Troia (Torrevento 2006) from Puglia, particularly at its $40 price tag.
  • Matt M.
    Matt MitchellNovember 18, 2009
    1st page of menu = approx 20 food items, next 3 pages approx 300+ wine choices. This is really a wine bar w/ a couple Italian dishes/pizza. Not that there's anything wrong with that. Read more
  • Ignacio F.
    Ignacio FinolMarch 27, 2012
    Tell your friends its a Mario Batalli restaurant (don't tell them its the cheapest one.) Avoid the pasta, get the eggplant appetizer & a creative pizza. (3 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more
  • Ignacio F.
    Ignacio FinolMarch 27, 2012
    Tell your friends its a Mario Batalli restaurant (don't tell them its his cheapest one.) Avoid the pasta, get the eggplant appetizer & a creative pizza. (3 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more
  • Rose G.
    Rose GMSeptember 15, 2010
    This is the best place in New York to take a date hands down. You can order $12 pizza or $9 pasta and use your remaining money to impress your date by ordering an expensive wine.
    Upvoted May 6
  • See-ming L.
    See-ming LeeMarch 3, 2010
    The pizzeria with an insane wine-list. Amazingly good and very affordable. Get the fennel pizza. So yummy. But don't stuff yourself up as the desserts are heavenly. Highly recommended!
  • julia t.
    julia tDecember 13, 2014
    Kid-friendly, good sunchoke salad though throughout a bit heavy on oil (same for the veggie sides). Lambrusco and carafes of wine - delish, great value. Good service.
  • PizzaSnobo p.
    PizzaSnobo pizzasnobo.comFebruary 20, 2011
    Good quality but the margherita pies have too much sauce and not enough cheese. We suggest you try a cheese plate, because the honey and cherry condiments are out of this world.
  • Heather H.
    Heather HeckJanuary 25, 2015
    Very heavy by-the-glass pours. Formaggio plate comes with truffle honey sauce, sour cherries, and spicey peaches. Pizza and pasta is amazing. Mario Batali is a genius.
  • Emi S.
    Emi SuzukiJune 14, 2013
    I don't think it's possible to dislike this place. It's perfect in every way. I've had mushroom pizza, clam pizza and one other kind and they're always made to perfection.
  • Memo S.
    Memo S.July 26, 2015
    The place is loud and the clientele is mostly from out of town, but the food is still good. The pizza with arugula, the watermelon salad and the olive oil gelato 👌🏼
  • Pia T.
    Pia TokiyamaMay 19, 2013
    I don't mind wating for amazing food, but we waited over 90 min for a table and when we finally got one we waited around 30+ more to be served, and my pasta was super salty... total disappointment!
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