Padre Figlio

★★★★★
"An Italian Steakhouse in Midtown East. Private Dining Rooms.\nWeekend Live Music with your Dinner in the ""Piano Room"""
  • 310 E 44th St

    New York, NY 10017

    Cross street: Between 1st Avenue and 2nd Avenue

    Map & Directions
  • 212-286-4310

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The menu has great selections no matter your taste. And the wine list does not disappoint either. We had a party of 10 and everybody was very satisfied with the food, drink and service. I would go back there in a heartbeat.

3
★★★★★

The menu has great selections no matter your taste. And the wine list does not disappoint either. We had a party of 10 and everybody was very satisfied with the food, drink and service. I would go back there in a heartbeat.

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This Restaurant is an amazing gem located on the east side. Antonio & Mario Cerra greet you as if you were family and make you feel like you are a restaurant regular regardless if this is the first time you have ever visited. The wait staff is a tentative and knowledgeable and the food is delicious. My party enjoyed the oyster??s casino appetizer followed by a pasta sampler and concluded with Dover Sole, Tuna that was amazing, and Crab stuffed Madagascar Prawns the size of lobster tails. We went on a night that they provided entertainment and the entire atmosphere was like a big family gathering. We will definitely be back for more dining experiences

2
★★★★★

This Restaurant is an amazing gem located on the east side. Antonio & Mario Cerra greet you as if you were family and make you feel like you are a restaurant regular regardless if this is the first time you have ever visited. The wait staff is a tentative and knowledgeable and the food is delicious. My party enjoyed the oyster??s casino appetizer followed by a pasta sampler and concluded with Dover Sole, Tuna that was amazing, and Crab stuffed Madagascar Prawns the size of lobster tails. We went on a night that they provided entertainment and the entire atmosphere was like a big family gathering. We will definitely be back for more dining experiences

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Absolutely incredible food. The staff was even better! To top it off, I found this deal for a $40 gift certificate for only $18 bucks. I got to enjoy all of this great food for more than 50% off. Look at halfoffdepot if you are interested in the deal. It is worth the full price, but out of this world for half off!

2
★★★★★

Absolutely incredible food. The staff was even better! To top it off, I found this deal for a $40 gift certificate for only $18 bucks. I got to enjoy all of this great food for more than 50% off. Look at halfoffdepot if you are interested in the deal. It is worth the full price, but out of this world for half off!

Pros: Everyone should know about this place

Cons: Really could not find any cons

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There is something about Padre Figlio, which just tells you they know what they are doing. It starts with the hostess, who greets you by name even though you have never been there before and have not announced yourself. The Maitre D?? proceeds to announce the voluminous specials of the day, including the ingredients and the method of preparation?just so.
We were not interested in just beef, I wanted to see what the chef can do and even this jaded New Yorker was impressed. Some of us started with a wonderful tricolor salad topped with slivers of Romano cheese. I had a pickled eggplant and mushroom mlange wrapped in radicchio with gobs of freshly made buffalo milk mozzarella, still warm and silky smooth. Ah?yes
Pasta is the reason for Italy??s existence and my judgment is strict and unforgiving. I am not sure what they called my dish. It was a variation of Spaghetti Matricana. Home made spaghetti perfectly al dente, with pancetta (unsmoked bacon), onion, and garlic with slices of filet mignon in an excellent tomato sauce topped with ricotta. The serving was so large, I cancelled my next course. Also at the table was home made lobster ravioli with large chucks of lobster and a perfectly grilled mediterrain sea bass.
It??s a rough life, but someone has to do it and I am volunteering for your share at Padre Figlio.
Dinner for four was $ 250 with a tip. But I noticed that they have a limited menu prix fixe dinner at $ 35. I am definitely going back to try it

For more see ditmas estates

2
★★★★☆

There is something about Padre Figlio, which just tells you they know what they are doing. It starts with the hostess, who greets you by name even though you have never been there before and have not announced yourself. The Maitre D?? proceeds to announce the voluminous specials of the day, including the ingredients and the method of preparation?just so.
We were not interested in just beef, I wanted to see what the chef can do and even this jaded New Yorker was impressed. Some of us started with a wonderful tricolor salad topped with slivers of Romano cheese. I had a pickled eggplant and mushroom mlange wrapped in radicchio with gobs of freshly made buffalo milk mozzarella, still warm and silky smooth. Ah?yes
Pasta is the reason for Italy??s existence and my judgment is strict and unforgiving. I am not sure what they called my dish. It was a variation of Spaghetti Matricana. Home made spaghetti perfectly al dente, with pancetta (unsmoked bacon), onion, and garlic with slices of filet mignon in an excellent tomato sauce topped with ricotta. The serving was so large, I cancelled my next course. Also at the table was home made lobster ravioli with large chucks of lobster and a perfectly grilled mediterrain sea bass.
It??s a rough life, but someone has to do it and I am volunteering for your share at Padre Figlio.
Dinner for four was $ 250 with a tip. But I noticed that they have a limited menu prix fixe dinner at $ 35. I am definitely going back to try it

For more see ditmas estates

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Padre Figlio
310 east 44 street
NY, NY

There is something about Padre Figlio, which just tells you they know what they are doing. It starts with the hostess, who greets you by name even though you have never been there before and have not announced yourself. The Maitre D?? proceeds to announce the voluminous specials of the day, including the ingredients and the method of preparation?just so.
We were not interested in just beef, I wanted to see what the chef can do and even this jaded New Yorker was impressed. Some of us started with a wonderful tricolor salad topped with slivers of Romano cheese. I had a pickled eggplant and mushroom mlange wrapped in radicchio with gobs of freshly made buffalo milk mozzarella, still warm and silky smooth. Ah?yes
Pasta is the reason for Italy??s existence and my judgment is strict and unforgiving. I am not sure what they called my dish. It was a variation of Spaghetti Matricana. Home made spaghetti perfectly al dente, with pancetta (unsmoked bacon), onion, and garlic with slices of filet mignon in an excellent tomato sauce topped with ricotta. The serving was so large, I cancelled my next course. Also at the table was home made lobster ravioli with large chucks of lobster and a perfectly grilled mediterrain sea bass.
It??s a rough life, but someone has to do it and I am volunteering for your share at Padre Figlio.
Dinner for four was $ 250 with a tip. But I noticed that they have a limited menu prix fixe dinner at $ 35. I am definitely going back to try it

for more see www.ditmasesates.com

4
★★★★☆

Padre Figlio
310 east 44 street
NY, NY

There is something about Padre Figlio, which just tells you they know what they are doing. It starts with the hostess, who greets you by name even though you have never been there before and have not announced yourself. The Maitre D?? proceeds to announce the voluminous specials of the day, including the ingredients and the method of preparation?just so.
We were not interested in just beef, I wanted to see what the chef can do and even this jaded New Yorker was impressed. Some of us started with a wonderful tricolor salad topped with slivers of Romano cheese. I had a pickled eggplant and mushroom mlange wrapped in radicchio with gobs of freshly made buffalo milk mozzarella, still warm and silky smooth. Ah?yes
Pasta is the reason for Italy??s existence and my judgment is strict and unforgiving. I am not sure what they called my dish. It was a variation of Spaghetti Matricana. Home made spaghetti perfectly al dente, with pancetta (unsmoked bacon), onion, and garlic with slices of filet mignon in an excellent tomato sauce topped with ricotta. The serving was so large, I cancelled my next course. Also at the table was home made lobster ravioli with large chucks of lobster and a perfectly grilled mediterrain sea bass.
It??s a rough life, but someone has to do it and I am volunteering for your share at Padre Figlio.
Dinner for four was $ 250 with a tip. But I noticed that they have a limited menu prix fixe dinner at $ 35. I am definitely going back to try it

for more see www.ditmasesates.com

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I went there to celebrate my girlfriends birthday. I must say I was rather impressed with the menu, Not to fancy but not to ordinary either. The food was fantastic as well as the tiramisu which I highly recommend. The service was great not on top of you but not away from you that you couldn't find the waiter. I highly recommend this spot as a great place for a romantic dinner with your significant other

2
★★★★★

I went there to celebrate my girlfriends birthday. I must say I was rather impressed with the menu, Not to fancy but not to ordinary either. The food was fantastic as well as the tiramisu which I highly recommend. The service was great not on top of you but not away from you that you couldn't find the waiter. I highly recommend this spot as a great place for a romantic dinner with your significant other

Pros: Food and Service

Cons: None that I can think of

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This is my first review to citysearch.The absolute best food I've had in NY. Worth the wait and the price. I had the lobster ravioli which amazingly melted in your mouth. The service was gracious and prompt. If I could afford it, I'd eat there all the time!

2
★★★★☆

This is my first review to citysearch.The absolute best food I've had in NY. Worth the wait and the price. I had the lobster ravioli which amazingly melted in your mouth. The service was gracious and prompt. If I could afford it, I'd eat there all the time!

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We were hoping the food was going to be as nice as the restaurant itself.....we weren't disappointed. I had a fantastic steak and my wife had some delicious pasta. The wine list was exceptional and the service was excellent. We'll definitely be back.

2
★★★★★

We were hoping the food was going to be as nice as the restaurant itself.....we weren't disappointed. I had a fantastic steak and my wife had some delicious pasta. The wine list was exceptional and the service was excellent. We'll definitely be back.

Pros: Food, Wine, Service, Ambiance

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From the moment you walk into the charming looking place you are welcomed by everyone from the bartender to the host/owners. The host Mario and Antonio were very eager to let me know all the specials in such details that I felt I was cooking the meal with them. No surprise the pasta was excellent (try the lobster ravioli- its out of this world). All in all this is a great place to take your boss or boyfriend. It?s delicious and reasonably priced, and will fit for any occasion.

2
★★★★★

From the moment you walk into the charming looking place you are welcomed by everyone from the bartender to the host/owners. The host Mario and Antonio were very eager to let me know all the specials in such details that I felt I was cooking the meal with them. No surprise the pasta was excellent (try the lobster ravioli- its out of this world). All in all this is a great place to take your boss or boyfriend. It?s delicious and reasonably priced, and will fit for any occasion.

Pros: Walks ins are welcomed and they deliver!

Cons: Hard to park on the streets, but there's a garage a block away.

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I believe this restaurant is FANTASTIC! The food is amazing and the someone is always attentive to your table. Antonio and Mario recite the specials with such a passion that you want to order every one of their tasty specialities. I have to been to many restaurants around New York and this is my new favorite. Anyone with taste will be amazed!

2
★★★★★

I believe this restaurant is FANTASTIC! The food is amazing and the someone is always attentive to your table. Antonio and Mario recite the specials with such a passion that you want to order every one of their tasty specialities. I have to been to many restaurants around New York and this is my new favorite. Anyone with taste will be amazed!

Pros: The food is delicious!

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A real gem in the UN neighborhood. The great food is matched by attentive service. The menu being personally delivered by Tony is a highlight. The fresh fish specials are always my wife's favorites. Don't be afraid to let the staff guide you on selections.

2
★★★★★

A real gem in the UN neighborhood. The great food is matched by attentive service. The menu being personally delivered by Tony is a highlight. The fresh fish specials are always my wife's favorites. Don't be afraid to let the staff guide you on selections.

Pros: Food and service

Cons: far east side

 

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