Lasagna Restaurant

★★★☆☆
  • 196 8th Ave

    New York, NY 10011

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  • 212-242-4534

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Fri-Sat: 12pm-11:30pm, Sun-Thu: 12pm-11pm

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I love this place! It's a neighborhood local gem for good food and good people. The staff is fabulous and so very entertaining. Its like going to a dinner and a show, especially when they are on the slower side and have time to chat. The food is consistently good and the prices are perfect for those who are not in the mood to cook, but don't want to spend a lot of coin on eating out. It's cozy, comfortable and satisfying. I go there 2 to 3 times a week for dinner, but I've never been for brunch. Eat at the bar to meet fun new people and get to know the staff. You'll be glad you did!!

Fav dishes are the chicken arribito, the chicken and eggplant Parm, veal, the lasagna and the chicken specials are my choice dishes.

4
★★★★☆

I love this place! It's a neighborhood local gem for good food and good people. The staff is fabulous and so very entertaining. Its like going to a dinner and a show, especially when they are on the slower side and have time to chat. The food is consistently good and the prices are perfect for those who are not in the mood to cook, but don't want to spend a lot of coin on eating out. It's cozy, comfortable and satisfying. I go there 2 to 3 times a week for dinner, but I've never been for brunch. Eat at the bar to meet fun new people and get to know the staff. You'll be glad you did!!

Fav dishes are the chicken arribito, the chicken and eggplant Parm, veal, the lasagna and the chicken specials are my choice dishes.

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Our hostess was very friendly, very cute. Our server was cool, down-to-earth, but didn't really stop by the table much except to take our order and bring our check. My husband and I both had a chicken dish with a lemon sauce which was a bit watery (we could also taste the raw egg that the chicken had been cooked in)...and the steamed veggies were still undercooked. My pasta and marinara sauce tasted no better than what my 21-year old brother would prepare for himself at home...boil the pasta and open up a jar of premium sauce...did not taste truly Italian or homemade for that matter. Bread was okay, Spacing is a bit cramped, but that is to be expected in Manhattan. It was a lovely night, so my husband and I had a great time sitting outside and just people-watching. The staff seemed very nice, but the food was just average, not worth the money at all.

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★★☆☆☆

Our hostess was very friendly, very cute. Our server was cool, down-to-earth, but didn't really stop by the table much except to take our order and bring our check. My husband and I both had a chicken dish with a lemon sauce which was a bit watery (we could also taste the raw egg that the chicken had been cooked in)...and the steamed veggies were still undercooked. My pasta and marinara sauce tasted no better than what my 21-year old brother would prepare for himself at home...boil the pasta and open up a jar of premium sauce...did not taste truly Italian or homemade for that matter. Bread was okay, Spacing is a bit cramped, but that is to be expected in Manhattan. It was a lovely night, so my husband and I had a great time sitting outside and just people-watching. The staff seemed very nice, but the food was just average, not worth the money at all.

Pros: Cute Patio Setting for People-Watching

Cons: Food is a bit bland, service just okay

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I gave this place two chances. The firsttime i went with a friend for happy hour and appetizers. We sat at the bar and we had a few drinks. The drinks tasted watered down. so we asked the bartender what kind of Vodka was she usuing, she showed us the bottle and when we told her it tasted like water she tasted it herself and told us that it was water, and that the other staff played a prank and filled the bottled with water. Any half smart person would figure out what was going on in that restaurant, they were giving people water instead of vodka, and if someone complained about the drink or returned it then they would use real alcohol, it was so obvious that it was no prank but how they run things in that restaurant.
I went back a few wks later for brunch on a sunday, we were 'greeted?' by a very loud 'what's up guys' by a person who we found out it was the manager on duty and waitress that day. She was dressed as if she had rolled out of bed, had a knit scalp hat on as if she was too lazy to do her hair that day, and overall her appearance and demenour were not professional at all. The service sucked, we had to hunt down the runner, or the busboy to get some type service, since she only came to the table to take our order and never returned. The disgusting thing about the runner was that he had a nasty looking band aid on his finger and was serving customers with that thing on, i wished i had a band aid on me to give it to him. The food was mediocre and no one in my party finished it. We all paid a $7 added fee to have unlimited brunch drinks, but we had to send a search party to find someone to bring us a refill when we need one. Around four o'clock the busboy showed up with our check, without us asking for it yet, and without asking us if we needed any thing else. When we asked for a last drink, since we paid money for that, we were told that our time was up, lol. The manager/waitress came to our table, she was rude and raised her voice to us. Run out of space

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★☆☆☆☆

I gave this place two chances. The firsttime i went with a friend for happy hour and appetizers. We sat at the bar and we had a few drinks. The drinks tasted watered down. so we asked the bartender what kind of Vodka was she usuing, she showed us the bottle and when we told her it tasted like water she tasted it herself and told us that it was water, and that the other staff played a prank and filled the bottled with water. Any half smart person would figure out what was going on in that restaurant, they were giving people water instead of vodka, and if someone complained about the drink or returned it then they would use real alcohol, it was so obvious that it was no prank but how they run things in that restaurant.
I went back a few wks later for brunch on a sunday, we were 'greeted?' by a very loud 'what's up guys' by a person who we found out it was the manager on duty and waitress that day. She was dressed as if she had rolled out of bed, had a knit scalp hat on as if she was too lazy to do her hair that day, and overall her appearance and demenour were not professional at all. The service sucked, we had to hunt down the runner, or the busboy to get some type service, since she only came to the table to take our order and never returned. The disgusting thing about the runner was that he had a nasty looking band aid on his finger and was serving customers with that thing on, i wished i had a band aid on me to give it to him. The food was mediocre and no one in my party finished it. We all paid a $7 added fee to have unlimited brunch drinks, but we had to send a search party to find someone to bring us a refill when we need one. Around four o'clock the busboy showed up with our check, without us asking for it yet, and without asking us if we needed any thing else. When we asked for a last drink, since we paid money for that, we were told that our time was up, lol. The manager/waitress came to our table, she was rude and raised her voice to us. Run out of space

Pros: none

Cons: Service, food, poor management

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HOST(ESS): There seems to be an awful lot of difficulty on the the restaurant's part to get a pleasant, inviting, and accomodating host(ess). The times that I have been there the host(ess) have been quite directive, cold, & somewhat distracted.

SPACE: I realize that NYC restaurants in general do not enjoy ample space, but Lasagna's space allocation is WAY too tight. If you were to go there on a crowded night, you might be asked to pass a dish over to another table. Once seated, u feel as though u r captive in ur seat. It really is somewhat claustrophobic. I worry about what the horror scene it might be if an emergency were to ensue.

FOOD: Lasagna is decent, but what else? When a restaurant has a plethora of items on their menu, I begin to worry whether I am at the diner or not. That is the case here. They seem to have a multitude of dishes which leads me to believe their freezers are filled and the delay is due to the thawing and microwaving of dishes. What is up w/ 1 type of bread soaked in pesto?

SERVICE: Waitstaff is seductive in both their demeanor & appearance. I do wonder if they are too friendly and cross boundaries & assume too much familiarity. Consumers are in restaurants to be served not to make friends/acquaintance. It is important not to mix roles. Too, I have serious concern when some of the waitstaff wore muscle shirts/tank tops. It made me almost sick thinking that their exposed underarm hairs were touching and carrying my food.

LOYALTY: I am not convinced that loyalty to a restaurant offers any benefits. The owner does not seem to have any interest in sustaining patronage by friendly outreach.

HANDICAP ACCESS/BATHROOM: Don't even bother bringing a wheelchair bound person into this restaurant. As mentioned above, it is as tight as can of sardines, table to table, chair to chair, and the bathroom is way downstairs.

Seriously consider other options on the runway. This is one place you can pass up.

0
★☆☆☆☆

HOST(ESS): There seems to be an awful lot of difficulty on the the restaurant's part to get a pleasant, inviting, and accomodating host(ess). The times that I have been there the host(ess) have been quite directive, cold, & somewhat distracted.

SPACE: I realize that NYC restaurants in general do not enjoy ample space, but Lasagna's space allocation is WAY too tight. If you were to go there on a crowded night, you might be asked to pass a dish over to another table. Once seated, u feel as though u r captive in ur seat. It really is somewhat claustrophobic. I worry about what the horror scene it might be if an emergency were to ensue.

FOOD: Lasagna is decent, but what else? When a restaurant has a plethora of items on their menu, I begin to worry whether I am at the diner or not. That is the case here. They seem to have a multitude of dishes which leads me to believe their freezers are filled and the delay is due to the thawing and microwaving of dishes. What is up w/ 1 type of bread soaked in pesto?

SERVICE: Waitstaff is seductive in both their demeanor & appearance. I do wonder if they are too friendly and cross boundaries & assume too much familiarity. Consumers are in restaurants to be served not to make friends/acquaintance. It is important not to mix roles. Too, I have serious concern when some of the waitstaff wore muscle shirts/tank tops. It made me almost sick thinking that their exposed underarm hairs were touching and carrying my food.

LOYALTY: I am not convinced that loyalty to a restaurant offers any benefits. The owner does not seem to have any interest in sustaining patronage by friendly outreach.

HANDICAP ACCESS/BATHROOM: Don't even bother bringing a wheelchair bound person into this restaurant. As mentioned above, it is as tight as can of sardines, table to table, chair to chair, and the bathroom is way downstairs.

Seriously consider other options on the runway. This is one place you can pass up.

Cons: Hostess, Patronizing Waitstaff, Heavy Pasta Laden Lasagna, Safety

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As my title states, I disagree with the review "MISTAKE." As someone who has lived in the area for over 15 years I can tell you what a delight it is having Lasagna Restaraunt in the neighborhood. There are plenty of stuffy Italian restaurants in this neighborhood. If that's what you're looking for that's fine. I myself enjoyed the atmosphere. And my boyfriend was more then happy to have the ballgame on (not that I'm not good company.) And as far as the food is concerned it was delicious. My boyfriend had the beef lasagna and I had the linguine with bacon and ham. AWESOME! Had to take it home and even better the next day when I had for lunch at work. Mistake? No. Some people just live to complain.

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★★★★☆

As my title states, I disagree with the review "MISTAKE." As someone who has lived in the area for over 15 years I can tell you what a delight it is having Lasagna Restaraunt in the neighborhood. There are plenty of stuffy Italian restaurants in this neighborhood. If that's what you're looking for that's fine. I myself enjoyed the atmosphere. And my boyfriend was more then happy to have the ballgame on (not that I'm not good company.) And as far as the food is concerned it was delicious. My boyfriend had the beef lasagna and I had the linguine with bacon and ham. AWESOME! Had to take it home and even better the next day when I had for lunch at work. Mistake? No. Some people just live to complain.

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The waiter misunderstood my order even I have finger pointed to the special menu "print out" of the evening. The waiter offered no apology and became very defensive. I chose not to wait for another 20 minutes for the right order. Of course, I also chose not to tip the waiter for his attitude and bad service. Shortly after I left the restaurant, he ran out to the street and tell me not to come back to the restaurant again as he felt that he was not "appreciative" of the services he offered. When I went back to the restaurant and requested to discuss his attitude with the manager, he claimed himself as the manager of the restaurant and argued with me on the street and telling me that I am not welcome to the restaurant again.

I am confused, is every customer in New York is requested to pay tips even though we are not happy with the services? Or, I was being bulied because I was dining alone?

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★☆☆☆☆

The waiter misunderstood my order even I have finger pointed to the special menu "print out" of the evening. The waiter offered no apology and became very defensive. I chose not to wait for another 20 minutes for the right order. Of course, I also chose not to tip the waiter for his attitude and bad service. Shortly after I left the restaurant, he ran out to the street and tell me not to come back to the restaurant again as he felt that he was not "appreciative" of the services he offered. When I went back to the restaurant and requested to discuss his attitude with the manager, he claimed himself as the manager of the restaurant and argued with me on the street and telling me that I am not welcome to the restaurant again.

I am confused, is every customer in New York is requested to pay tips even though we are not happy with the services? Or, I was being bulied because I was dining alone?

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Decided to try this place although they wedge tables into every available space. Our waiter was attentive but distant. We shared a house salad but stopped eating when we found foreign matter. Neither the busboy nor the waiter seemed concerned when we told them. (No one offered to remove it from the bill.) The floors and back kitchen area look dirty only confirming our feelings. Lasagna portions were large but nothing special. Mine was tepid and the pasta was not fully cooked. Many people seemed happy to be there and some appeared to be repeat customers. I have seen disparate reviews on this site and can now see why. But as for this couple we couldn't wait to leave and didn't even wait to have coffee.

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★☆☆☆☆

Decided to try this place although they wedge tables into every available space. Our waiter was attentive but distant. We shared a house salad but stopped eating when we found foreign matter. Neither the busboy nor the waiter seemed concerned when we told them. (No one offered to remove it from the bill.) The floors and back kitchen area look dirty only confirming our feelings. Lasagna portions were large but nothing special. Mine was tepid and the pasta was not fully cooked. Many people seemed happy to be there and some appeared to be repeat customers. I have seen disparate reviews on this site and can now see why. But as for this couple we couldn't wait to leave and didn't even wait to have coffee.

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We found this place while walking around looking for somewhere to eat. This place isn't too big and it reminds me a bit of a mom and pop type place. The staff is very friendly and persistantly recommend any of the signature lasagna dishes. I've gone there 2x already and ordered 2 different (excellent) lasagna dishes. Both times I was able to only eat 1/2 and save the rest for tomorrows dinner. I'll definetly be back, this is a nice spot to enjoy some italian classics. My only complaint is that we had no bread on the table and requested it when dinner came but we had yet to see it. I do wish they were more attentive with the bread, but that wasn't enough to say I wouldn't return.

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★★★★☆

We found this place while walking around looking for somewhere to eat. This place isn't too big and it reminds me a bit of a mom and pop type place. The staff is very friendly and persistantly recommend any of the signature lasagna dishes. I've gone there 2x already and ordered 2 different (excellent) lasagna dishes. Both times I was able to only eat 1/2 and save the rest for tomorrows dinner. I'll definetly be back, this is a nice spot to enjoy some italian classics. My only complaint is that we had no bread on the table and requested it when dinner came but we had yet to see it. I do wish they were more attentive with the bread, but that wasn't enough to say I wouldn't return.

Pros: great lasagna

Cons: no bread served when asked

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This Italian restaurant is one for you to skip. The food is ok, nothing someone that follows a recipe from the internet can?t create with ease. They water down all their sauces and there is no real flavor in their food. If the food is not bad enough the service is nonexistent. We waited over 30 minutes just to get someone to refill out waters. Once the bread was finished on our table they never even offered to bring additional bread for us to eat. At the end of the meal the waiters neglected to even come up to us, we had to have someone walk to the front just to ask the manager to send a waiter over to our table to get us coffee and desserts. If you want great food and great service go to just about any other Italian restaurant in the city. This is the single worst place I have ever gone to. Do not torture yourself by going here.

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★☆☆☆☆

This Italian restaurant is one for you to skip. The food is ok, nothing someone that follows a recipe from the internet can?t create with ease. They water down all their sauces and there is no real flavor in their food. If the food is not bad enough the service is nonexistent. We waited over 30 minutes just to get someone to refill out waters. Once the bread was finished on our table they never even offered to bring additional bread for us to eat. At the end of the meal the waiters neglected to even come up to us, we had to have someone walk to the front just to ask the manager to send a waiter over to our table to get us coffee and desserts. If you want great food and great service go to just about any other Italian restaurant in the city. This is the single worst place I have ever gone to. Do not torture yourself by going here.

Pros: food comes out fast

Cons: watered down sauces, bad waiter service, no flavor to food

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This place is awesome with their GREAT staff and GREAT food...I first went to Lasagna a few months ago and have been back few times since and will for sure be back in the near future! When you walk into Lasagna you are greeted by a great host that is very friendly and courteous and seats everyone in a timely manor.. last night for example I wanted to sit at the bar and while there were no seat available he helped me out by telling me that he was going to be seating a group at the bar in a few minutes and that there would be a seat open if it was not for that I would have more than likley left and went to another place... Then when I got to the bar there is Brian who even on my second visit to Lasagna remembered my name and my drink great guy I am sure you will agree if you meet him. Then there is Adam who is the manager who is very personable and always says hi... his mom also helps out with her famous Tiramisu recipe if you like Tiramisu make sure you order this one... actually all the deserts here are to die for... the Apple Crumb Pie is my favorite.. and Adam is nice enough to warm it up and add a scope of ice cream to it to make it even better.. The next person that I had encountered Lasagna was Anthony he is such a great person... I was actually in the mood one day for spicy chicken and Anthony recommended the Chicken Arabiato it was out of this world and is actually one of my favorite dishes now... that keeps bringing me back for more.. Then there is Jocasta who has never waited on me; however at times when she sees I need something she is very quick to make sure I am taken care of.. and she always stops to say hello and find out how I am doing.. Over all this place is a 10 and trust me if you give it a try and go in there a few times you will understand why I have fell in love with this place. I am not sure why you are still here reading this you should be on your was to Lasagna!!!

2
★★★★★

This place is awesome with their GREAT staff and GREAT food...I first went to Lasagna a few months ago and have been back few times since and will for sure be back in the near future! When you walk into Lasagna you are greeted by a great host that is very friendly and courteous and seats everyone in a timely manor.. last night for example I wanted to sit at the bar and while there were no seat available he helped me out by telling me that he was going to be seating a group at the bar in a few minutes and that there would be a seat open if it was not for that I would have more than likley left and went to another place... Then when I got to the bar there is Brian who even on my second visit to Lasagna remembered my name and my drink great guy I am sure you will agree if you meet him. Then there is Adam who is the manager who is very personable and always says hi... his mom also helps out with her famous Tiramisu recipe if you like Tiramisu make sure you order this one... actually all the deserts here are to die for... the Apple Crumb Pie is my favorite.. and Adam is nice enough to warm it up and add a scope of ice cream to it to make it even better.. The next person that I had encountered Lasagna was Anthony he is such a great person... I was actually in the mood one day for spicy chicken and Anthony recommended the Chicken Arabiato it was out of this world and is actually one of my favorite dishes now... that keeps bringing me back for more.. Then there is Jocasta who has never waited on me; however at times when she sees I need something she is very quick to make sure I am taken care of.. and she always stops to say hello and find out how I am doing.. Over all this place is a 10 and trust me if you give it a try and go in there a few times you will understand why I have fell in love with this place. I am not sure why you are still here reading this you should be on your was to Lasagna!!!

Pros: Service, Ambience, Food, Pretty much everything

Cons: You might become addicted to the place

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This restaurant is like a gold mine in the middle of the city. The service provided by a very young and vibrant staff is impeccable. I have had wonderful experiences with both Anthony a very friendly and outgoing server and Brian who knows how to mix a wonderful drink. The decor is simple but very well appointed and lends for a very friendly atmosphere. Now for the food. I have been here on many occasions and each time the food has impressed. The fresh garlic bread on the table as you scan the menu is a nice difference from the usual Italian places. The Hot and Spicy Penne is by far my favorite dish and each time I have had it there has been no change in taste(like so often happens with dishes on different visits). I have also enjoyed both the Chicken and Veal Parmagian. Another excellent dish is the Pasta with Sausage. The portions are more than enough and even allow for you to take some home. Adam who has greeted me and my guests each time we visit is both friendly and accomodating. I highly recommend Lasagna to any and all Italian food lovers and even those who just want a nice friendly place to eat. Mangia

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★★★★★

This restaurant is like a gold mine in the middle of the city. The service provided by a very young and vibrant staff is impeccable. I have had wonderful experiences with both Anthony a very friendly and outgoing server and Brian who knows how to mix a wonderful drink. The decor is simple but very well appointed and lends for a very friendly atmosphere. Now for the food. I have been here on many occasions and each time the food has impressed. The fresh garlic bread on the table as you scan the menu is a nice difference from the usual Italian places. The Hot and Spicy Penne is by far my favorite dish and each time I have had it there has been no change in taste(like so often happens with dishes on different visits). I have also enjoyed both the Chicken and Veal Parmagian. Another excellent dish is the Pasta with Sausage. The portions are more than enough and even allow for you to take some home. Adam who has greeted me and my guests each time we visit is both friendly and accomodating. I highly recommend Lasagna to any and all Italian food lovers and even those who just want a nice friendly place to eat. Mangia

Pros: Ambience, Food, Staff

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The food at this place was generic Italian, OK but nothing special. One thing to be said was they served hot pesto garlic bread at the beginning of the meal instead of the rock hard roll you get at most places. That's about where the niceties ended. The staff, and somehow we seemed to be tended to by about five different members, were all extremely standoffish and actually just rude, with the possible exception of our greeter who was very affable. We were in mixed company, a few of us too young to order wine, but all of us friendly and well-behaved. Our enormously tall and prissy first waiter seemed ready to throw in the towel the minute he realized not everyone was drinking, and indeed he only came by once more during the night. The woman who took our order showed up once more to ask us in a crude tone whether our food was 'satisfactory' (it was), and then again later with a more polite tone perhaps realizing how nasty she was the first time. Why the attitude? We had never indicated any dissatisfaction to our waitstaff and were surprised to be being treated like this. All of us are shy and reserved people so we didn't say anything. One person was served the wrong side (quickly fixed) and everybody enjoyed the food. The hot and spicy chicken penne was the standout dish, though nothing you couldn't get from the freezer in the grocery store. The rest of the food was minimally prepared, even for Italian food. My shrimp fusilli came with only three average sized shrimp. I don't know how a waitstaff can get so uppity. I guess they think "Lasagna Restaurant" is the pinnacle of fine Italian dining when really it is just like any other Italian offering in the city attempting to live beyond its means with nice chairs and a few candles. Maybe if you are an older gay couple with deep-looking pockets you can get good service here. Though we were still hungry we didn't want to stay for dessert or coffee. They included the 20% gratuity on our party of five.

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★☆☆☆☆

The food at this place was generic Italian, OK but nothing special. One thing to be said was they served hot pesto garlic bread at the beginning of the meal instead of the rock hard roll you get at most places. That's about where the niceties ended. The staff, and somehow we seemed to be tended to by about five different members, were all extremely standoffish and actually just rude, with the possible exception of our greeter who was very affable. We were in mixed company, a few of us too young to order wine, but all of us friendly and well-behaved. Our enormously tall and prissy first waiter seemed ready to throw in the towel the minute he realized not everyone was drinking, and indeed he only came by once more during the night. The woman who took our order showed up once more to ask us in a crude tone whether our food was 'satisfactory' (it was), and then again later with a more polite tone perhaps realizing how nasty she was the first time. Why the attitude? We had never indicated any dissatisfaction to our waitstaff and were surprised to be being treated like this. All of us are shy and reserved people so we didn't say anything. One person was served the wrong side (quickly fixed) and everybody enjoyed the food. The hot and spicy chicken penne was the standout dish, though nothing you couldn't get from the freezer in the grocery store. The rest of the food was minimally prepared, even for Italian food. My shrimp fusilli came with only three average sized shrimp. I don't know how a waitstaff can get so uppity. I guess they think "Lasagna Restaurant" is the pinnacle of fine Italian dining when really it is just like any other Italian offering in the city attempting to live beyond its means with nice chairs and a few candles. Maybe if you are an older gay couple with deep-looking pockets you can get good service here. Though we were still hungry we didn't want to stay for dessert or coffee. They included the 20% gratuity on our party of five.

Pros: none to speak of

Cons: Worst service I've had in the city

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The only thing worse then the horrible food was the waiter who took my order and never returned to the table. I'll keep this short: I went in for filet, was served a steak that was mushy and gross (not grilled I think it was boiled) over risotto that was chewy. So I told the server that it was really bad and he took it over to the waiters that were gossiping at the bar.
My waiter then brushed by with my check with out once asking me how my meal was.
Overall ex[erience was a ZERO.
Save yourself a headache and avoid this place at all costs.

0
★☆☆☆☆

The only thing worse then the horrible food was the waiter who took my order and never returned to the table. I'll keep this short: I went in for filet, was served a steak that was mushy and gross (not grilled I think it was boiled) over risotto that was chewy. So I told the server that it was really bad and he took it over to the waiters that were gossiping at the bar.
My waiter then brushed by with my check with out once asking me how my meal was.
Overall ex[erience was a ZERO.
Save yourself a headache and avoid this place at all costs.

Pros: NONE

Cons: Everything

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i cant speak for the food there, because i mainly go there for the drink deals and because i live in the neighborhood, but the restaurant has a very cozy atmosphere and the bar is a great place to sit and relax...mostly because the times that ive been there, the bartender, anthony, is totally chill and totally hot at the same time. its nice when that happens, since i often sit and hang out there by myself after work before heading home. great staff all together.

2
★★★★★

i cant speak for the food there, because i mainly go there for the drink deals and because i live in the neighborhood, but the restaurant has a very cozy atmosphere and the bar is a great place to sit and relax...mostly because the times that ive been there, the bartender, anthony, is totally chill and totally hot at the same time. its nice when that happens, since i often sit and hang out there by myself after work before heading home. great staff all together.

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Having first stumbled drunk upon this place one night, and loving it then, I have since returned in less alterered times to confirm a FANTASTIC crispy thin-crust pizza from this small basically take-out shop with a few little tables. An absolutely perfect slice on the go.

2
★★★★★

Having first stumbled drunk upon this place one night, and loving it then, I have since returned in less alterered times to confirm a FANTASTIC crispy thin-crust pizza from this small basically take-out shop with a few little tables. An absolutely perfect slice on the go.

 

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