Etrusca

★★★★★
  • 125 W 53rd St

    New York, NY 10019

    Cross street: 6th Avenue

    Map & Directions
  • 212-261-5750

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My husband and I dined at Etrusca on a Friday night. Why is wasn't crowded is beyond me, but maybe we were dining a bit too early (8pm). We both ordered seafood entrees - mine was a Tuscan Fish Stew (FABULOUS), and his was the wood-grilled mixed seafood entree (INCREDIBLE). The seafood was fresh, large, and prepared expertly. Our appetizers were great too - mine was the Buffalo Mozzarella (the best) and Tomatoes (alas, hot-house tomatoes). His was the prosciutto wrapped scallops (so large that the two they served could be an entree). Nice wine list too. The service was attentive, but not at all friendly. I recommended this place to several friends and coworkers already. We'll go back, for sure. Reasonable prices, and well worth it - $205 for two people ($49 bottle of wine, 2 appetizers, 2 entrees, 2 desserts, tip).

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★★★★★

My husband and I dined at Etrusca on a Friday night. Why is wasn't crowded is beyond me, but maybe we were dining a bit too early (8pm). We both ordered seafood entrees - mine was a Tuscan Fish Stew (FABULOUS), and his was the wood-grilled mixed seafood entree (INCREDIBLE). The seafood was fresh, large, and prepared expertly. Our appetizers were great too - mine was the Buffalo Mozzarella (the best) and Tomatoes (alas, hot-house tomatoes). His was the prosciutto wrapped scallops (so large that the two they served could be an entree). Nice wine list too. The service was attentive, but not at all friendly. I recommended this place to several friends and coworkers already. We'll go back, for sure. Reasonable prices, and well worth it - $205 for two people ($49 bottle of wine, 2 appetizers, 2 entrees, 2 desserts, tip).

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Chef Richard Brown mans the stoves at this handsome Sixth Avenue hotel restaurant that offers Mediterranean cuisine. Menu items may include bruschetta with ricotta, artichoke and white beans; pappardelle with oxtail ragu; and chicken…

 

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