Supper

Supper

Italian Restaurant and Wine Bar$$$$
Alphabet City, New York
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  • Bastian B.
    "And the Spaghetti al Limone and Risotto al Limone are soooo good!"(16 Tips)
    Karl S.
    "lemon pasta is the way to go. or lasagna on wed"(12 Tips)
    Amina H.
    "The kale gnocchi and hazelnut panna cotta were perfection."(7 Tips)
    Monti B.
    "Try the homemade tagliatelle with burrata to start."(18 Tips)
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  • Gothamist
    GothamistAugust 1, 2014
    The tagliatelle al ragu isn't an exact replica of what you'll find on Via Broccaindosso, but it's close; the flat pasta sits in a generous, savory and sweet stew of tomato, meat and spice. Read more
  • PureWow
    PureWow3 weeks ago
    Spaghetti Al Limone: There’s nothing more satisfying than squeezing a giant hunk of lemon onto your pasta, then topping it with the world’s largest mountain of cheese. Trust us. Read more
  • Ranu R.
    Always solid Italian at this neighborhood place. Don't miss the tagliatelle, chicken parm, daily specials or the eggplant/ tomato side. Great wine list. Super cozy for dates or catch up with a friend.
  • Joey D.
    Joey DellatteFebruary 15, 2015
    Amazing restaurant, with true nice and good italian food. Very noisy for a valentine's day, but the price and the kindness of the staff are more than enough to make you enjoy the ManhattanItalian food
  • Sarah B.
    Sarah BrinkFebruary 9
    Amazing night out for a birthday dinner. We had the limon spaghetti, kale salad, and the Monday night veal special. No complaints; just super amazing. Oh, and get the hazelnut Panna cotta!
  • Karen M.
    Karen MarshallNovember 16, 2013
    Obsessed with the Frank's Restaurant Group! Lamb Pappardelle was savory, burratta is always a win and the tiramisu was phenom. Only caution is that the Spaghetti Al Limone is far too strong with lemon
  • Rachel F.
    Rachel FeldmanAugust 9, 2010
    They have a lot of pasta choices and all of them great! Nice rustic decor. It's hard to choose what to eat. Love the papardelle w/Lamb. Worth the trip, but be warned, you may have to wait for a table.
  • Ms H.
    Ms HeleneApril 16, 2013
    Good brunch served with 'Tuscan country bread' that comes with beans in olive oil, garlic and parsley. Perfect omelette with kale and goats' cheese and scrambled eggs w/ crispy potatoes. Great coffee
  • Ian
    IanApril 24, 2013
    The best Italian restaurant is not in Little Italy it's here. Everything on the menu is great. Make sure you start with the huge ball of mozzarella. Cool interior...cash only... great date spot :)
  • Irma Z.
    Irma ZandlJanuary 1
    First time here on New Years Eve and liked it so much even during this insanity that I will be back. Tried the lemon spaghetti - way overrated but other pastas v good. Burrata is excellent.
  • Jason B.
    Jason BrewJanuary 3
    Great Italian restaurant that's slightly hidden on 2nd street, but not a secret so be sure to make reservations. The daily specials are all great but I loved the cacio e pepe
  • Umair Z.
    Umair ZiaSeptember 28, 2014
    Gnocchi was good. The veal meatballs were small portion & a letdown. The menu is vague and daily specials have no pricing. This leads to uncomfortable moments of asking about costs when they are busy.
  • Sabrina M.
    Sabrina MajeedAugust 9, 2015
    Veal polpettini was super good. The sauce on the lemon zucchini pasta was great too and felt really light. Also they serve beans with a hint of spice with the bread instead of butter.
  • Denise C.
    Denise ChowSeptember 8, 2010
    The spaghetti al limone is crazy good here. This is definitely my favorite pasta place in the city. It's cute and cozy, and a perfect date restaurant. The only downside is that it's cash only.
  • Amy H.
    Amy HansonOctober 24, 2013
    We sat at the chef's counter and truly had the best meal of our whole visit to the city. Wow!! DELICIOUS. And, the best tiramisu We have EVER had!! And we've been to Italy!!
  • refinery29
    refinery29August 3, 2014
    The dishes at Supper Osteria and Wine Bar have plenty of olive oil, but are loaded with veggies and typically lighter than more mainstream Italian fare. Read more
  • Elyse E.
    Elyse EstradaOctober 17, 2014
    Spaghetti limone will never disappoint. Wait is long and cash only but grab a drink at the wine bar next door cuz life is good. Priest "stranglers" sound crazy but they're good.
  • Joseph L.
    Joseph LeeJuly 3, 2012
    I ordered the lemon pasta cuz every1 wrote about it. It's just spaghetti w/ parmesan cheese and lemon juice on it. Wtf. There is so much better pasta. Bolognese, chicken parm, rigatoni w/ meatballs
  • Ivana N.
    Ivana NikolicOctober 31, 2013
    Need new hostess. Huge waste of time. Hostess jerked us around for 1.5 hrs waiting for a table. Offered us bullshit outdoor table (in the cold!) and counter seating. Left for an easy meal at Calexico!
  • Jeremy F.
    Jeremy FreemanJuly 16, 2010
    The spaghetti al limone and the bolognese were very tasty! The complimentary bread with olive oil and white bean dip is great too. Music choice wasn't what we expected but enjoyed it.
  • Claudy F.
    Claudy FrancoFebruary 12, 2013
    Make sure not to fill up on the bread and bean salad that they give you while waiting for your food. the Lemon pasta, stranglers, kale panzanella salad, are all great items
  • Leisha M.
    Great food & wine! Amazing spot for a group or a small romantic meal. Always get the lemon spaghetti! Tasty burrata too! Just a reminder that it's Cash Only.
  • stephiedoo
    stephiedooAugust 21, 2015
    Love this place! Highly recommend seafood risotto, mushroom pappardelle and octopus appetizer. Also have Lambrusco by the bottle!
  • DLee
    DLeeMay 19, 2013
    Excellent Italian food. Everyone is right about the spaghetti al limone, & if you love cheese, you will LOVE the burrata mozarrella. But the drinks are small and overpriced.
  • Jasmine B.
    Jasmine BishopSeptember 14, 2013
    Best Italian food I've ever had outside of Italy! Try the salsa cruda and the tagliatelle, and sit at the bar so you can see the magic happening in the kitchen.
  • Vincent F.
    Vincent FrissoraMay 18, 2014
    Been going here for over 6 years and never had a bad meal. Bufala mozzarella and gnocchi are incredible. Specials are always good too. You just can't go wrong.
  • Michelle S.
    Michelle SJanuary 14, 2011
    Avoid their "housemade" pasta. They overcook it to a mush & tell you it's supposed to be that way. All the non-homemade pastas I've had here have been good though, so make sure to ask!
  • Jane P.
    Jane PoretskySeptember 18, 2015
    go on a thursday and get chicken cutlet milanese; portion is big enough for two so share that and some pasta + a bottle of the house red. can't go wrong.
  • Mitchell L.
    Mitchell LFebruary 16, 2013
    The wait time isn't all that bad but if you get stuck, they have a great bar next door. So grab a drink and wait for your table, they'll get you when it's ready.
  • The Local East Village
    The Local East VillageAugust 18, 2011
    Rachel Dratch of SNL says, "Supper is my favorite East Village place, maybe my favorite New York restaurant. They have these really cool party rooms that are hidden." Read more
    Upvoted 5 days ago
  • Julia M.
    Julia MillotJanuary 11
    Cacio e Pepe and lemon spaghetti are both simple and delicious! Also the hazelnut panna cotta is Nutella bliss 👌🏼
  • Len G.
    Len GrandJune 26, 2014
    Sit at the bar...you see the chefs and cooks in action. Close enough to feel the flames when they splash some wine on the skillets
  • F-Factor N.
    F-Factor NutritionOctober 26, 2012
    There's a great back room inside the wine cellar that seats 15. Plan your next big get-together here for the ultimate dining and wine-sipping experience!
    Upvoted 5 days ago
  • Tom J.
    Tom JosephApril 6, 2015
    Really good food. The burrata serves at least 2, but the delicious house bread with oil and beans is almost enough as a starter by itself
  • Leah S.
    Leah SchallerMarch 29, 2015
    Spaghetti al Limoné. Of course. But also, you pay for what you drink from a bottle of wine! No need to finish the bottle (but you will want to!).
  • Russell S.
    Russell SemmelJanuary 19, 2014
    1 star. Specials menu didn't list prices. We were shocked when the bill came. Charged unreasonable and inconsistent amounts and was highly misleading. Slow service too. Good food though.
  • Alexis Y.
    Alexis YipNovember 28, 2013
    The most tender pasta I have ever had the pleasure to put in my mouth. They were pretty much dancing with my tongue. Best Italian food I've ever had!
  • Astoriawinediva
    AstoriawinedivaApril 9, 2011
    AstoriawinedivaAnd you must order the Chocolate Panna Cotta - with fresh fruit and warm ganache drizzlded over it at your table! Scrumptious to say the least!
  • Neha S.
    Neha SebastianOctober 22, 2014
    Food is delicious! Waiters know they're wine, if you don't. The chocolate cake dessert was a bit dry. But the roasted chicken was a definite winner!!
  • Neil S.
    Neil SolomonDecember 7, 2012
    can't go wrong. check the specials. bruschetta, veal polpetti, rigatoni w meatballs, polenta, veal milanese, all the pasta. one of my fave spots.
  • Sydney C.
    Sydney CamposOctober 12, 2013
    For big parties reserve the bottom floor room for 15+! You can even hook up your own music! The service is fantastic and worth the wait.
  • doug j.
    doug jaegerApril 7, 2010
    Dessert: normally I would recommend the Tiramisu, but recently tried the panna cotta = chocolate fondue + flan ! Great! Also Almond grappa does the trick.
  • Evan K.
    Evan KrautJuly 14, 2012
    Spaghetti Limone is surprisingly good, but it's literally just spaghetti with lemon and parmesan cheese. Gnocchi was very solid. Skip the Burrata Mozzarella.
  • Jessica A.
    Jessica AlmogNovember 7, 2014
    Do as I do: glass of montepulciano and their classic ragu bolognese. It's so filling you could share (unless you're a dude with big appetite go solo).
  • Lauren H.
    Lauren HilaryJuly 21, 2013
    one of my favorite dinner spot's in the east village - super low key with consistently delicious food. chicken/ fish dishes are the highlight.
  • Allison F.
    Allison F.July 6, 2015
    Kale ravioli was delicious! Got the watermelon salad which was pretty much just watermelon but still delicious. Will definitely go back again.
  • Scott
    ScottFebruary 21, 2011
    At brunch, the pancakes, and the French toast are both delicious, and the chicken parmesan sandwich may be one of the best in the city - no lie!
  • Yuki S.
    Yuki SuzukiJune 16, 2011
    Be prepare, back seating area is effing so loud!!! If you cab sit down outside, I recommend to do that. Too loud. Couldn't enjoy the good food and conversation.
  • Trent
    TrentSeptember 30, 2015
    Got the tagliatelle with bolognese sauce. Really good, homemade pasta. On the pricier side, but pretty normal for a nicer Italian spot.
  • Johanna
    JohannaJanuary 19, 2014
    Share the burrata if it's on the daily specials, and follow with spaghetti al limone for the best monochromatic meal you'll ever have.
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