Trattoria Dopo Teatro

★★★★☆
Authentic Italian cuisine with beautiful decor
  • 125 W 44th St

    New York, NY 10036

    Cross street: between Broadway and 6th Avenue

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  • 212-869-2849

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Excellent food! The staff were so nice and friendly. I accidentally spilled my water and they graciously moved the 4 of us to another table. The ambience was delightful! It was crowded but we still got wonderful service! We really

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★★★★★

Excellent food! The staff were so nice and friendly. I accidentally spilled my water and they graciously moved the 4 of us to another table. The ambience was delightful! It was crowded but we still got wonderful service! We really

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Me and my friend were at Dopo last night ,it was my 2nd time there! Was very quite night ,not busy,that why I guess service was very fast ,we had small dinner at the bar and nice company with a beautiful bartender ...Everyone seemed very

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★★★★☆

Me and my friend were at Dopo last night ,it was my 2nd time there! Was very quite night ,not busy,that why I guess service was very fast ,we had small dinner at the bar and nice company with a beautiful bartender ...Everyone seemed very

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Believe it or not i had the same experience...we were at this small party in the theatre room,and this little young guy almost couldn t get the order, he was drunk!!!!We were shocked..,we wanted to talk to the manager about it but we just

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★☆☆☆☆

Believe it or not i had the same experience...we were at this small party in the theatre room,and this little young guy almost couldn t get the order, he was drunk!!!!We were shocked..,we wanted to talk to the manager about it but we just

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I went there a couple of times before with people that i work with and the food was fine...the only thing unfortunately!At first we stopped at the bar where we had a glass of wine, (i was there with my wife that night was a saturday) the

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★☆☆☆☆

I went there a couple of times before with people that i work with and the food was fine...the only thing unfortunately!At first we stopped at the bar where we had a glass of wine, (i was there with my wife that night was a saturday) the

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I hesitated going to this restaurant last night because of several negative reviews online. I had been there 2 years ago and like it so I went again. I was not disappointed! The wine list was 50% off and the pre-theater dinner was $25.

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★★★★☆

I hesitated going to this restaurant last night because of several negative reviews online. I had been there 2 years ago and like it so I went again. I was not disappointed! The wine list was 50% off and the pre-theater dinner was $25.

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Went to NYC last week for leisure (2 couples).
Went there after reading some good reviews at Citysearch and Google Maps.
Couldn't be more disappointed!
Even though the food quality was good and the ingredients were all fresh, the portion sizes were extremely small and the service was awful!
Our waiter was rude and he was ignoring us all night and the only thing he cared about was if we'd like to have an extra $10 dessert or a $100 wine...
When we received the check there was an 18% gratuity included and space for extra tip!!!!
We did not complain thinking that this should be written in the menu somewhere but when we looked at it there was no such footnote!
There are many great Italian restaurants in NYC and this is definitely NOT one of them !

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★☆☆☆☆

Went to NYC last week for leisure (2 couples).
Went there after reading some good reviews at Citysearch and Google Maps.
Couldn't be more disappointed!
Even though the food quality was good and the ingredients were all fresh, the portion sizes were extremely small and the service was awful!
Our waiter was rude and he was ignoring us all night and the only thing he cared about was if we'd like to have an extra $10 dessert or a $100 wine...
When we received the check there was an 18% gratuity included and space for extra tip!!!!
We did not complain thinking that this should be written in the menu somewhere but when we looked at it there was no such footnote!
There are many great Italian restaurants in NYC and this is definitely NOT one of them !

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Rarely have my wife and I been so disappointed in a restaurant. My wife ordered saltinbocca which arrived at the table in less than ten minutes - clearly not cooked to order. Her broccoli was cold (as in unheated). My pasta dish was stuck together, dry and the meat that came with it was pot roast style without a barolo flavor as stated. The wine list was ridiculously expensive - over 80% of the wines were $100 bottle and up and the 'inexpensive' house wines averaged $11 a glass. The experience was that of a money hungry meat grinder.

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★☆☆☆☆

Rarely have my wife and I been so disappointed in a restaurant. My wife ordered saltinbocca which arrived at the table in less than ten minutes - clearly not cooked to order. Her broccoli was cold (as in unheated). My pasta dish was stuck together, dry and the meat that came with it was pot roast style without a barolo flavor as stated. The wine list was ridiculously expensive - over 80% of the wines were $100 bottle and up and the 'inexpensive' house wines averaged $11 a glass. The experience was that of a money hungry meat grinder.

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There was nothing special about this restaurant experience--in fact, it was downright bad and very disappointing for a Saturday night! The service was very slow (yet we ate at 5:30 when there was no crowd), and our food was lukewarm when brought to the table (as if we had been overlooked and it was sitting for a while before being delivered). The lobster raviolis were two dry half moons of pasta glued together with barely any filling, and I had to ask for more sauce. The other pasta dishes were no better than anything you could make at home, and a beef short ribs dish was also dry and needed more sauce. We couldn't get out of there fast enough, with no desire for coffee and dessert. Go down the street to John's or Carmine's when in the theater district--this place is overpriced and a waste of time and money!!

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★☆☆☆☆

There was nothing special about this restaurant experience--in fact, it was downright bad and very disappointing for a Saturday night! The service was very slow (yet we ate at 5:30 when there was no crowd), and our food was lukewarm when brought to the table (as if we had been overlooked and it was sitting for a while before being delivered). The lobster raviolis were two dry half moons of pasta glued together with barely any filling, and I had to ask for more sauce. The other pasta dishes were no better than anything you could make at home, and a beef short ribs dish was also dry and needed more sauce. We couldn't get out of there fast enough, with no desire for coffee and dessert. Go down the street to John's or Carmine's when in the theater district--this place is overpriced and a waste of time and money!!

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My wife and I went there to celebrate her birthday and we needed to get out fast to catch a musical. Our experience was great! They were timely, courteous and the food was delicious. So there you go...if you are in the NYC area, this is a good place to eat, relax and get around the city. The Cruz's

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★★★★☆

My wife and I went there to celebrate her birthday and we needed to get out fast to catch a musical. Our experience was great! They were timely, courteous and the food was delicious. So there you go...if you are in the NYC area, this is a good place to eat, relax and get around the city. The Cruz's

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awesome

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awesome

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We had reservations and were seated promptly. They had an extensive, well-selected wine list from Italy and the world. The homemade bread was delicious and so were the pasta dishes and the pizza. Service was attentive and friendly. It was a great experience all around.

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★★★★★

We had reservations and were seated promptly. They had an extensive, well-selected wine list from Italy and the world. The homemade bread was delicious and so were the pasta dishes and the pizza. Service was attentive and friendly. It was a great experience all around.

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Excellent Food and Service

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★★★★★

Excellent Food and Service

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Had reservation for over 1 week and they sat us at the bar,when the upstairs was somewhat empty.(strike one) The appetizers were nice portions the tuna tartar very fresh but the roasted artichokes were not roasted( right from the can). The risotto with sepia and black ink was very good, except sepia is cuttlefish NOT calamari.The main course was Osso Bucco which was very salty as was the Roasted StuFfed Veal Chop(strike two). Upon ordering a bottle of Pinot Noir I was informed they were out of this lable, after giving them another Pinot Noir I was later(much later) told that they were out of Pinot Noir and I was offered a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon( was told that this was close to what I ordered)(strike three). The coffee was luke warm and the tarte was so-so.There were a few other items that would be a waste of your time, as would going to this restaurant(?) in the first place. I know my restaurants and this is not one to go to.

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★☆☆☆☆

Had reservation for over 1 week and they sat us at the bar,when the upstairs was somewhat empty.(strike one) The appetizers were nice portions the tuna tartar very fresh but the roasted artichokes were not roasted( right from the can). The risotto with sepia and black ink was very good, except sepia is cuttlefish NOT calamari.The main course was Osso Bucco which was very salty as was the Roasted StuFfed Veal Chop(strike two). Upon ordering a bottle of Pinot Noir I was informed they were out of this lable, after giving them another Pinot Noir I was later(much later) told that they were out of Pinot Noir and I was offered a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon( was told that this was close to what I ordered)(strike three). The coffee was luke warm and the tarte was so-so.There were a few other items that would be a waste of your time, as would going to this restaurant(?) in the first place. I know my restaurants and this is not one to go to.

Cons: I'll explain in the details

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Fantastic food, located in the heart of the theater district, minutes away from Times Square and Broadway. Wine list is superb. Willing to accomodate very serious allergies. Both upstairs and downstairs are charming

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★★★★★

Fantastic food, located in the heart of the theater district, minutes away from Times Square and Broadway. Wine list is superb. Willing to accomodate very serious allergies. Both upstairs and downstairs are charming

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We were a party of 8 on a Thursday night going to the theater, so I was a little worried about the experience, but they made our night. The hostess was very friendly and sat us right away at a very nice round table in the dinning room. The waiter was so attentive and nice despite the fact that he had his hands full with lots of other tables. He was a very nice Italian guy named Roberto, ask for him when you go, the guy is great and knows a lot about food and wine. He helped us to choose a great bottle for the table of Chianti classico that complemented our dishes perfectly. Well and than comes the food, simply amazing! We had the ossobuco, better than I've ever had! My husband still raves about his sea bass, it was crispy and delicious. My sister had an amazing pasta with rabbit ragout. I had this delicious salad with shredded apples, blue cheese, sun dried tomatoes and speck. Oh, you get the idea... Everyone of my guests was raving about the food. Needless to say, I'm planning another dinner there and recommend the restaurant very highly. We made the play and really had a wonderful experience! Thank you guys : )

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We were a party of 8 on a Thursday night going to the theater, so I was a little worried about the experience, but they made our night. The hostess was very friendly and sat us right away at a very nice round table in the dinning room. The waiter was so attentive and nice despite the fact that he had his hands full with lots of other tables. He was a very nice Italian guy named Roberto, ask for him when you go, the guy is great and knows a lot about food and wine. He helped us to choose a great bottle for the table of Chianti classico that complemented our dishes perfectly. Well and than comes the food, simply amazing! We had the ossobuco, better than I've ever had! My husband still raves about his sea bass, it was crispy and delicious. My sister had an amazing pasta with rabbit ragout. I had this delicious salad with shredded apples, blue cheese, sun dried tomatoes and speck. Oh, you get the idea... Everyone of my guests was raving about the food. Needless to say, I'm planning another dinner there and recommend the restaurant very highly. We made the play and really had a wonderful experience! Thank you guys : )

Pros: Great food, polite service, great locations

Cons: crowded

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The first time I've been to Dopo Teatro I ordered a plate of pasta and it was delicious! I love this restaurant and I would recommend it to anyone! The food, service, and design is amazing! I also met the chef and he looked like a wonderful cook and was very sweet to me and my boyfriend. After that night I've been there more then 20 times! It is a wonderful restaurant and it is located in a the heart of Manhattan! I've also been there for New Years and even though it was extremely crowded the service was still amazing and the food was DELICIOUS!
The only thing I can say is that I love this restaurant and would recommend it to anyone!

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★★★★★

The first time I've been to Dopo Teatro I ordered a plate of pasta and it was delicious! I love this restaurant and I would recommend it to anyone! The food, service, and design is amazing! I also met the chef and he looked like a wonderful cook and was very sweet to me and my boyfriend. After that night I've been there more then 20 times! It is a wonderful restaurant and it is located in a the heart of Manhattan! I've also been there for New Years and even though it was extremely crowded the service was still amazing and the food was DELICIOUS!
The only thing I can say is that I love this restaurant and would recommend it to anyone!

Pros: Food, Wine, Service, and Design!

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I like this place, but I think that it should have more light, because I coudn't see the menu even with a cell phone. It's a very good place though, i really love it.

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★★★★☆

I like this place, but I think that it should have more light, because I coudn't see the menu even with a cell phone. It's a very good place though, i really love it.

Pros: Food

Cons: Light

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I went here with my girlfriend for dinner thinking we would be treated for a nice meal, boy were we wrong. The waiter kept looking at us like it was a bother just to do what he was suppose to do and that was just take our order. The service was bad, the food was just as bad. Me and my girlfriend couldn't decide which one was worse the service or the food. We couldn't flag him down for water or even when we had to get the check. The only glorifying thing was seeing the waiters look on his face when we left him a penny tip. Like he expected more for not doing his Job. Take it from me there are plenty of other spots that you can go to for authentic Italian cuisine for half the price

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★☆☆☆☆

I went here with my girlfriend for dinner thinking we would be treated for a nice meal, boy were we wrong. The waiter kept looking at us like it was a bother just to do what he was suppose to do and that was just take our order. The service was bad, the food was just as bad. Me and my girlfriend couldn't decide which one was worse the service or the food. We couldn't flag him down for water or even when we had to get the check. The only glorifying thing was seeing the waiters look on his face when we left him a penny tip. Like he expected more for not doing his Job. Take it from me there are plenty of other spots that you can go to for authentic Italian cuisine for half the price

Pros: look on the waiters face when we left a penny tip

Cons: Everything else

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We went here before a Broadway show. Everyone loved their meal. The food was prepared very nicely and served by friendly people. The atmosphere was quite nice and we'd go back again.

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★★★★★

We went here before a Broadway show. Everyone loved their meal. The food was prepared very nicely and served by friendly people. The atmosphere was quite nice and we'd go back again.

Pros: Food, Service, Location

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Do NOT come here!!! Worst food and service I may have EVER experienced! Sat for at least an hour while ALL the waiters working refused to make eye contact! Finally someone took our order but soon after, even the appetizers came before the waiter realized AND THEN served us our bottle of wine. Most unimpressive food and ridiculous service ever... I would give this establishment negative ratings!!!!!!!!!

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★☆☆☆☆

Do NOT come here!!! Worst food and service I may have EVER experienced! Sat for at least an hour while ALL the waiters working refused to make eye contact! Finally someone took our order but soon after, even the appetizers came before the waiter realized AND THEN served us our bottle of wine. Most unimpressive food and ridiculous service ever... I would give this establishment negative ratings!!!!!!!!!

Pros: NONE

Cons: service, food

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Trattoria Dopo Teatro was a pleasant surprise. I was expecting a run-of-the-mill Times Square Italian restaurant but ended up really liking it. Our waiter was excellent and the food was very good. The ambiance was also very nice. Recommended for NYers and tourists alike.

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★★★★★

Trattoria Dopo Teatro was a pleasant surprise. I was expecting a run-of-the-mill Times Square Italian restaurant but ended up really liking it. Our waiter was excellent and the food was very good. The ambiance was also very nice. Recommended for NYers and tourists alike.

Pros: Italian Food, Ambiance, Waiters

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This Italian restaurant is a favorite of mine and my husband's. We recommend this place to our friends, and bring people to eat there if they want to go for Italian when in NYC. The food is outstanding- large portions at a terrific price. However, there are too many tables jammed into a small area, so it is quite noisy. Sitting downstairs is a little better, although not very intimate.

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This Italian restaurant is a favorite of mine and my husband's. We recommend this place to our friends, and bring people to eat there if they want to go for Italian when in NYC. The food is outstanding- large portions at a terrific price. However, there are too many tables jammed into a small area, so it is quite noisy. Sitting downstairs is a little better, although not very intimate.

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But that doesn't mean it's good. It's okay, and not too pricey. One of those places that, given the competition among Italian places in NYC, would probably not suvive if it were not in Times Square Theatre District. Went there with another couple and tried each the four different pasta dishes. None bad, one quite good, two fair. I agree that their bread is pretty sad, as pointed out by another reviewer.
Overall, you could do worse, but if I weren't in TS, I wouldn't come just for this.

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★★★☆☆

But that doesn't mean it's good. It's okay, and not too pricey. One of those places that, given the competition among Italian places in NYC, would probably not suvive if it were not in Times Square Theatre District. Went there with another couple and tried each the four different pasta dishes. None bad, one quite good, two fair. I agree that their bread is pretty sad, as pointed out by another reviewer.
Overall, you could do worse, but if I weren't in TS, I wouldn't come just for this.

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Went here with my wife pre-theatre. We had an excellent meal. I had a pasta dish and my wife enjoyed some seafood. Nice wine list from what I remember and the service was very good as well. I also liked the indoor garden-like atmosphere downstairs.

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★★★★★

Went here with my wife pre-theatre. We had an excellent meal. I had a pasta dish and my wife enjoyed some seafood. Nice wine list from what I remember and the service was very good as well. I also liked the indoor garden-like atmosphere downstairs.

Pros: Pasta, Seafood, Service, Indoor Garden

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We are native NYers who don't usually eat in "touristy" Times Square but we just about "fell" into this place because we had out of town guests who parked at the garage across the street. we were thinking about where to eat and there it was. So we stepped in. I ordered the spaghetti with clams and my husband had open lobster ravioli. Our guests had the rigatoni bologonese and the pesto dish. Everyone liked their dishes. Mine could have used a bit more garlic and flavor. It was good but not REALLY good.

We all had and shared desserts. Again good but not really good.

The wait staff was polite but we were there on a slow night and they had jammed a lot of tables close to each other and half the (back) room was empty. Had they seated one of the foursomes at a table for six, it would have been more comfortable. Because of how jammed in we were the waiters had to keep going around the next table to get to one half of our table. It was silly.

My other issue is the bread. They don't have good Italian bread like most Italian restaurants in the city. That was a HUGE disappointment for my guests.

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★★★☆☆

We are native NYers who don't usually eat in "touristy" Times Square but we just about "fell" into this place because we had out of town guests who parked at the garage across the street. we were thinking about where to eat and there it was. So we stepped in. I ordered the spaghetti with clams and my husband had open lobster ravioli. Our guests had the rigatoni bologonese and the pesto dish. Everyone liked their dishes. Mine could have used a bit more garlic and flavor. It was good but not REALLY good.

We all had and shared desserts. Again good but not really good.

The wait staff was polite but we were there on a slow night and they had jammed a lot of tables close to each other and half the (back) room was empty. Had they seated one of the foursomes at a table for six, it would have been more comfortable. Because of how jammed in we were the waiters had to keep going around the next table to get to one half of our table. It was silly.

My other issue is the bread. They don't have good Italian bread like most Italian restaurants in the city. That was a HUGE disappointment for my guests.

Pros: pretty good food, nice atmosphere, could be better if they spread out the tables

Cons: the bread is terrible, the food could use more flavor

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I cannot believe how poorly the owner and staff treat their customers. The food is OK, but they seem out of many menu items. We go to many neighborhood restaurants in the area, and will never be back to this one after seeing the behavior of the owner. There are many better choices nearby.

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★★☆☆☆

I cannot believe how poorly the owner and staff treat their customers. The food is OK, but they seem out of many menu items. We go to many neighborhood restaurants in the area, and will never be back to this one after seeing the behavior of the owner. There are many better choices nearby.

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We were going to the theater and decided to try this place. The food was really deliciuos and served in a profesional timely fashion. We were a group of 8, so things could have gone wrong, but everything was really great. All of our appetizers were great, all came on time and were served to the right person without tossing the plates around. Our server was very attentive. We had some great salads, one my friend had was with prociutto, served in a big glass bowl, very nice presentation. I had this unusual salad with marinated bread, Tuscan style called Panzonella.... It was amazing!!! We all were happy about the appetizers and than the main courses blew us away. I had increadible pasta, tossed with sea food and arugula, different, but delicious. Couple of people had a steak, fish, tilapia that they raved about. Well to top it all off, we had triramisu to die for.... We had a wonderful time. They got us out just in time for the theater without rushing us out. Really amazing experience, especially with a large party. Highly recomended.

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★★★★★

We were going to the theater and decided to try this place. The food was really deliciuos and served in a profesional timely fashion. We were a group of 8, so things could have gone wrong, but everything was really great. All of our appetizers were great, all came on time and were served to the right person without tossing the plates around. Our server was very attentive. We had some great salads, one my friend had was with prociutto, served in a big glass bowl, very nice presentation. I had this unusual salad with marinated bread, Tuscan style called Panzonella.... It was amazing!!! We all were happy about the appetizers and than the main courses blew us away. I had increadible pasta, tossed with sea food and arugula, different, but delicious. Couple of people had a steak, fish, tilapia that they raved about. Well to top it all off, we had triramisu to die for.... We had a wonderful time. They got us out just in time for the theater without rushing us out. Really amazing experience, especially with a large party. Highly recomended.

Pros: Food and service

Cons: none

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Appetizer (salmon/ricotta crepe) was salty but otherwise tasty. That is the only positive thing I can say about the meal. Not one person liked their main course, and several people left the table hungry rather than finish their meals. One of the glasses of wine we got tasted like the bottle had been open for a few days. Even the bread they gave us was tasteless and bordering on stale. The service wasn't any better than the food. We were asked how everything was before people really had a chance to taste their dishes, and then we were left trying to flag someone down to for some cheese (to mask the taste of the food) and more water for most of the meal. We were sitting in a corner, yes, but that's no excuse. Never going there again. Never letting anyone I know go there. STAY AWAY

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★☆☆☆☆

Appetizer (salmon/ricotta crepe) was salty but otherwise tasty. That is the only positive thing I can say about the meal. Not one person liked their main course, and several people left the table hungry rather than finish their meals. One of the glasses of wine we got tasted like the bottle had been open for a few days. Even the bread they gave us was tasteless and bordering on stale. The service wasn't any better than the food. We were asked how everything was before people really had a chance to taste their dishes, and then we were left trying to flag someone down to for some cheese (to mask the taste of the food) and more water for most of the meal. We were sitting in a corner, yes, but that's no excuse. Never going there again. Never letting anyone I know go there. STAY AWAY

Pros: I guess the location is convenient if you're in midtown...

Cons: Food, service, value (price vs. portion size)

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My wife and I went for our anniversary recently before an 8pm show. Reservation was at 6pm and were seated promptly. It wasn't really romantic in the sense if you're looking for a quiet or intimate setting. However, the tables are far apart from each other (unlike other restaurants) and the garden downstairs where we sat was really nice. Service was good and quick without being pushy (appetizers came out in less than 5 minutes) with everything finished with bill at around 1 hour. We could've stayed longer if needed as it didn't seem like we were being rushed out of the place. My lamb shank was excellent! Very flavorful in a large portion. My wife had a lobster pasta which was also excellent. We were both satisfied with our experience and would definitely go back. Again, I wouldn't describe it as quiet or intimate setting but was still enjoyable dining in the garden area downstairs for our anniversary.

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★★★★☆

My wife and I went for our anniversary recently before an 8pm show. Reservation was at 6pm and were seated promptly. It wasn't really romantic in the sense if you're looking for a quiet or intimate setting. However, the tables are far apart from each other (unlike other restaurants) and the garden downstairs where we sat was really nice. Service was good and quick without being pushy (appetizers came out in less than 5 minutes) with everything finished with bill at around 1 hour. We could've stayed longer if needed as it didn't seem like we were being rushed out of the place. My lamb shank was excellent! Very flavorful in a large portion. My wife had a lobster pasta which was also excellent. We were both satisfied with our experience and would definitely go back. Again, I wouldn't describe it as quiet or intimate setting but was still enjoyable dining in the garden area downstairs for our anniversary.

Pros: Experience was enjoyable

Cons: too noisy if looking for quiet romantic setting

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I've been to Dopo Teatro several times and have had an excellent experience on every visit. The pastas are fresh and the various meats and seafood dishes are delicious. They have a great wine list as well. The service is always attentive without being overbearing. Oh yeah, the ambiance is very nice. I especially like the indoor garden-style room downstairs.

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★★★★★

I've been to Dopo Teatro several times and have had an excellent experience on every visit. The pastas are fresh and the various meats and seafood dishes are delicious. They have a great wine list as well. The service is always attentive without being overbearing. Oh yeah, the ambiance is very nice. I especially like the indoor garden-style room downstairs.

Pros: Food, Service, Ambiance

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This place is not a place to have a enjoyable dinner.I was there last friday with my friends and i didn't like it at all.

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★☆☆☆☆

This place is not a place to have a enjoyable dinner.I was there last friday with my friends and i didn't like it at all.

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I received a gift certificate for this restaurant, so we decided to check it out. We were seated on the lower level, up against the stairs. It was crowded, the tables are very close together, and it was quite noisy. We were sat right next to a big party- not romantic at all. The food and drinks were okay, a bit over priced, but what isn't in New York??! The customer service was great and much appreciated, but the environment was a let-down.

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★★★☆☆

I received a gift certificate for this restaurant, so we decided to check it out. We were seated on the lower level, up against the stairs. It was crowded, the tables are very close together, and it was quite noisy. We were sat right next to a big party- not romantic at all. The food and drinks were okay, a bit over priced, but what isn't in New York??! The customer service was great and much appreciated, but the environment was a let-down.

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After 12 years and 3 kids my wife and I are trying to add more "us time" to our marriage. We had tickets for the theater on a Wednesday and picked this place based on reviews. We had a 6pm seating but got there and 5:45 and were sat right away. We had a very romantic table in the Garden room next to the waterfall. We are not big wine drinkers but both had a glass, nothing expensive, to help set the mood. We both had tortelini soup, and split 2 appetizers. My wife had filet mignon with zuccini and gorgonzola on top. It was very tasty. I had steak over arugala with thinly sliced parmasean cheese on it. It was mouth watering. We both had the chocolate souffle with vanilla ice cream and it was incredible. The portions were big enough to fill you without being too big you have to take a doggy bag to the theater or throw it out. The service was polite and fast enough to get us to the show within 2 hours. Well worth the trip if you need a nice romantic night out without the kids it is perfect and not too expensive unless you want big time wine which is there if want it. If you do go and take the kids the pizza at the next table looked very good as well.

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★★★★★

After 12 years and 3 kids my wife and I are trying to add more "us time" to our marriage. We had tickets for the theater on a Wednesday and picked this place based on reviews. We had a 6pm seating but got there and 5:45 and were sat right away. We had a very romantic table in the Garden room next to the waterfall. We are not big wine drinkers but both had a glass, nothing expensive, to help set the mood. We both had tortelini soup, and split 2 appetizers. My wife had filet mignon with zuccini and gorgonzola on top. It was very tasty. I had steak over arugala with thinly sliced parmasean cheese on it. It was mouth watering. We both had the chocolate souffle with vanilla ice cream and it was incredible. The portions were big enough to fill you without being too big you have to take a doggy bag to the theater or throw it out. The service was polite and fast enough to get us to the show within 2 hours. Well worth the trip if you need a nice romantic night out without the kids it is perfect and not too expensive unless you want big time wine which is there if want it. If you do go and take the kids the pizza at the next table looked very good as well.

Pros: Ambiance

Cons: Very intimidating wine list

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We love returning here before theater. It is a nice place serving amazing pizza. Love it. The service has been consistantly great and we love the garden downstrais. The homemade desserts are great too.

2
★★★★★

We love returning here before theater. It is a nice place serving amazing pizza. Love it. The service has been consistantly great and we love the garden downstrais. The homemade desserts are great too.

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I took my girlfriend here for what I hoped would be a romantic dinner in the theater district. I was disappointed to find that the restaurant was extremely noisy and crowded; not at all what I expected. The decorations, which look charming on the website, appear tacky and nearly gaudy in person.

Our server was not particularly friendly or skilled. He neglected to bring bread to the table and our water wasn't filled as promptly as I like.

As far as the food goes it can only be described as mediocre. The portion size was modest, but not large enough to be satisfying and the prices, though modest, were too high for the quality and quantity of the food provided.

All in all, I would say that this restaurant was decent, but there are far better choices within the area to chose from that would provide superior food quality and value.

1
★★★☆☆

I took my girlfriend here for what I hoped would be a romantic dinner in the theater district. I was disappointed to find that the restaurant was extremely noisy and crowded; not at all what I expected. The decorations, which look charming on the website, appear tacky and nearly gaudy in person.

Our server was not particularly friendly or skilled. He neglected to bring bread to the table and our water wasn't filled as promptly as I like.

As far as the food goes it can only be described as mediocre. The portion size was modest, but not large enough to be satisfying and the prices, though modest, were too high for the quality and quantity of the food provided.

All in all, I would say that this restaurant was decent, but there are far better choices within the area to chose from that would provide superior food quality and value.

Pros: Good location, Large wine list

Cons: Noisy, Mediocre service, Not Romantic!

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We had theater tickets, so we made a reservation for dinner before the theater. Since our show was canceled, we decided to go out to dinner anyway to check out the restaurant for future reference. It was great. The fusilli pasta was delicious. My husband had the rigotoni which was equally great, we had a bottle of great Vermentino and really good tiramisu for desert. Well, when the theaters go back to business we will definitely be back. Great experience.

2
★★★★★

We had theater tickets, so we made a reservation for dinner before the theater. Since our show was canceled, we decided to go out to dinner anyway to check out the restaurant for future reference. It was great. The fusilli pasta was delicious. My husband had the rigotoni which was equally great, we had a bottle of great Vermentino and really good tiramisu for desert. Well, when the theaters go back to business we will definitely be back. Great experience.

Pros: Great pasta, nice wine list

Cons: none

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My boyfriend and I both love wine. We came to this restaurant because of its great wine list and we were not disappointed. They have an amazing selection and great wine collection with some of the best vintages, really worth looking into. The food was great. The ossobuco complemented our Barolo perfectly. The service was really great too. THey offered to decant the wine, which is great during the pre-theater time. We were incredibly impressed. The sommelier was very knowledgeable and professional; he offered some great advice. We had a great time. We just found our new pre-theater destination and the prices were very reasonable.

2
★★★★★

My boyfriend and I both love wine. We came to this restaurant because of its great wine list and we were not disappointed. They have an amazing selection and great wine collection with some of the best vintages, really worth looking into. The food was great. The ossobuco complemented our Barolo perfectly. The service was really great too. THey offered to decant the wine, which is great during the pre-theater time. We were incredibly impressed. The sommelier was very knowledgeable and professional; he offered some great advice. We had a great time. We just found our new pre-theater destination and the prices were very reasonable.

Pros: Great service, food, outstanding wine list

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I met girlfriends at this place on Thursday, September 29, 2007. I had heard that the food was good from 2 friends. The prix fixe menu is $22.50 but a glass of wine (which was a brand that sells for $6.99 in the liquor store), was $10 a glass. The lasagna was advertised as having bechamel sauce, which it did not (it was fairly flavorless) and the dessert that was on the menu, fruit tart, was sold out and substituted with lemon sorbet (a big disappointment). Our waiter spilled a glass of red wine all onver my skirt and blouse and proceeded to charge me for the wine. When I inquired as to being reimbursed for my cleaning bill, he said, "We don't do that here" and offered the table an after dinner drink. Needless to say, I will not be returning to this establishment.

0
★☆☆☆☆

I met girlfriends at this place on Thursday, September 29, 2007. I had heard that the food was good from 2 friends. The prix fixe menu is $22.50 but a glass of wine (which was a brand that sells for $6.99 in the liquor store), was $10 a glass. The lasagna was advertised as having bechamel sauce, which it did not (it was fairly flavorless) and the dessert that was on the menu, fruit tart, was sold out and substituted with lemon sorbet (a big disappointment). Our waiter spilled a glass of red wine all onver my skirt and blouse and proceeded to charge me for the wine. When I inquired as to being reimbursed for my cleaning bill, he said, "We don't do that here" and offered the table an after dinner drink. Needless to say, I will not be returning to this establishment.

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As a resident of New York for many years, I have always thought it best to avoid the Theatre District for dining options. Even when attending a show I usually dine further downtown to avoid crowds and the ridiculous overpriced cuisine that is common in that area. That being the case, Trattoria Dopo Teatro was a welcome surprise. It was recommended to me by a friend who promised that I wouldn't be disappointed and she was definitely right! The waiters were extremely friendly (one even sang a spirited "Happy Birthday" to my fiancee at the end of our meal, complete with candle!), the service was quick, and the food was delicious. For main courses, I had a creamy and filling seafood risotto which was one of the specials of the day, and my fiancee had a pasta with wild boar (his first time trying it!) that was delectable. The staff was courteous and considerate, the wine list was HUGE, and when the check came I was pleased to see that it was a fraction of the price we would have expected to pay for food of this quality and in this location. You would be hard pressed to find a better deal in this area. Needless to say, I have since been recommending it to others, and we will be returning. I don't typically write restaurant reviews, but this place is a great find, particularly for theatre-goers.

2
★★★★★

As a resident of New York for many years, I have always thought it best to avoid the Theatre District for dining options. Even when attending a show I usually dine further downtown to avoid crowds and the ridiculous overpriced cuisine that is common in that area. That being the case, Trattoria Dopo Teatro was a welcome surprise. It was recommended to me by a friend who promised that I wouldn't be disappointed and she was definitely right! The waiters were extremely friendly (one even sang a spirited "Happy Birthday" to my fiancee at the end of our meal, complete with candle!), the service was quick, and the food was delicious. For main courses, I had a creamy and filling seafood risotto which was one of the specials of the day, and my fiancee had a pasta with wild boar (his first time trying it!) that was delectable. The staff was courteous and considerate, the wine list was HUGE, and when the check came I was pleased to see that it was a fraction of the price we would have expected to pay for food of this quality and in this location. You would be hard pressed to find a better deal in this area. Needless to say, I have since been recommending it to others, and we will be returning. I don't typically write restaurant reviews, but this place is a great find, particularly for theatre-goers.

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Not good food..........bread was stale, wine is hugely expensive......the menu didn't even offer veal.....
just lots of fish and pasta. We should have left. Not what we expected. The waiter complained no people were there! Wonder why?
They did have a special veal chop that night........$23.00. It was butterflied, dreged in breadcrumbs and "fried" in old olive oil. No spices, no garlic...it even needed salt & pepper! No sauce!
On top of that they put an argula salad with tomatoes on it...no dressing...or little olive oil maybe.
We couldn't eat it...the taste was "off", and it had no flavor.
Our waiter didn't even ask us how our meal was. When he saw our uneaten plates, I said, "We didn't like our meal very much."
He replied, "Thank you, you got veal and a bottle of wine!" "What's more?"
Coffee was watery..........what a disappointment.

1
★★☆☆☆

Not good food..........bread was stale, wine is hugely expensive......the menu didn't even offer veal.....
just lots of fish and pasta. We should have left. Not what we expected. The waiter complained no people were there! Wonder why?
They did have a special veal chop that night........$23.00. It was butterflied, dreged in breadcrumbs and "fried" in old olive oil. No spices, no garlic...it even needed salt & pepper! No sauce!
On top of that they put an argula salad with tomatoes on it...no dressing...or little olive oil maybe.
We couldn't eat it...the taste was "off", and it had no flavor.
Our waiter didn't even ask us how our meal was. When he saw our uneaten plates, I said, "We didn't like our meal very much."
He replied, "Thank you, you got veal and a bottle of wine!" "What's more?"
Coffee was watery..........what a disappointment.

Pros: Maybe if you like pizza & raviolis..........you'd like it

Cons: Not true "Italian"......they don't know what their doing in there.

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We just stumbled upon this place, while looking for a different Italian place that is not there any more on our way to the theater. It was Friday night, pre-theater and we obviously did not have reservations and it was 7 of us, well let us just say, I was not very optimistic about finding a good place under the circumstances. Boy was I wrong. We saw some people leaving and we asked them how was the food, they said it was amazing, but it looked pretty crowded, we figured, we'd give it a try. I walked up to the hostess and asked, she was so sweet, she said she would try working something out if we waited few minutes at the bar. Literally a few minutes later she came back and graciously asked us if we would't mind sitting in the secret garden. And so we went down the steps to the garden. It's a very pretty room with fresco tiles that looks like a courtyard, more than a garden, but we sat at a table covered with the Italian fresco tiles and ordered. Our waiter was very nice and helped us with the menu. My fettucine pasta was truly amazing. My kids had pizza that they are still talking about. My husband loved his rib-eye steak. My friends had the ragotoni Siciliana with eggplant and tomato sauce (I tasted a little,) which we have to come back for.... Just great and to think we just walked in and got lucky. Well I'm passing on the luck, see for yourself.

2
★★★★★

We just stumbled upon this place, while looking for a different Italian place that is not there any more on our way to the theater. It was Friday night, pre-theater and we obviously did not have reservations and it was 7 of us, well let us just say, I was not very optimistic about finding a good place under the circumstances. Boy was I wrong. We saw some people leaving and we asked them how was the food, they said it was amazing, but it looked pretty crowded, we figured, we'd give it a try. I walked up to the hostess and asked, she was so sweet, she said she would try working something out if we waited few minutes at the bar. Literally a few minutes later she came back and graciously asked us if we would't mind sitting in the secret garden. And so we went down the steps to the garden. It's a very pretty room with fresco tiles that looks like a courtyard, more than a garden, but we sat at a table covered with the Italian fresco tiles and ordered. Our waiter was very nice and helped us with the menu. My fettucine pasta was truly amazing. My kids had pizza that they are still talking about. My husband loved his rib-eye steak. My friends had the ragotoni Siciliana with eggplant and tomato sauce (I tasted a little,) which we have to come back for.... Just great and to think we just walked in and got lucky. Well I'm passing on the luck, see for yourself.

Pros: Great authentic Italian food, location, service

Cons: None

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We have discovered this restaurant about a year ago through a business function held at the lower level. My co-workers and I liked the food served at the event so much, we came back for lunch to try different dishes from the menu. Now we all adore the restaurant and call it "our hidden gem." Great, authentic Italian food is hard to come by in the theater district, this is an exception. I have brought so many friends to the restaurant and everyone is always satisfied with the food, even my friend from Italy was impressed with the pizza and the pasta. I highly recommend the pasta dishes, all of them are great and the ossobuco is truly exceptional. Always better to avoid the pre-theater crowds, but if you are going to the theater this is the best place around. We just went pre theater yesterday with a group of ten and everything was so terrific as always. High praises.

2
★★★★★

We have discovered this restaurant about a year ago through a business function held at the lower level. My co-workers and I liked the food served at the event so much, we came back for lunch to try different dishes from the menu. Now we all adore the restaurant and call it "our hidden gem." Great, authentic Italian food is hard to come by in the theater district, this is an exception. I have brought so many friends to the restaurant and everyone is always satisfied with the food, even my friend from Italy was impressed with the pizza and the pasta. I highly recommend the pasta dishes, all of them are great and the ossobuco is truly exceptional. Always better to avoid the pre-theater crowds, but if you are going to the theater this is the best place around. We just went pre theater yesterday with a group of ten and everything was so terrific as always. High praises.

Pros: Great, authentic food and friendly, attentive service

Cons: Gets crowded pre-theater

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My wife and I dined at the restaurant last Friday. We had a pre-theatre reservation and arrived at 6 pm. The interior was like an older pizza place in Brooklyn and we were expecting a solid, but not an elegant experience. Contrary to the reviews (that I suspect were given by the staff), the food was poorly prepared and served cold. The salmon dish was not fresh and looked as though it had been cooked in the morning and kept on a buffet table. The pasta was mushy, over cooked and poorly flavored. The best part of the meal was the bread. When I asked the waiter to replace my dish, he said no. He did say he would try to reheat it for me. When I received the second try it was no better--just over cooked, barely warm and total tasteless. It was insulting not be able to get my dish replaced with hot, fresh food. This uncaring approach truly reflects the attitude of the chef and the restaurant. Take my warning--this restaurant does not care about its customers. Dopo Teatro is an "eat it and beat it" restaurant for an unsuspecting tourist. And do not expect any consideration or courtesy from the wait staff as they are too busy to care whether a diner gets good food or has a good experience.

1
★☆☆☆☆

My wife and I dined at the restaurant last Friday. We had a pre-theatre reservation and arrived at 6 pm. The interior was like an older pizza place in Brooklyn and we were expecting a solid, but not an elegant experience. Contrary to the reviews (that I suspect were given by the staff), the food was poorly prepared and served cold. The salmon dish was not fresh and looked as though it had been cooked in the morning and kept on a buffet table. The pasta was mushy, over cooked and poorly flavored. The best part of the meal was the bread. When I asked the waiter to replace my dish, he said no. He did say he would try to reheat it for me. When I received the second try it was no better--just over cooked, barely warm and total tasteless. It was insulting not be able to get my dish replaced with hot, fresh food. This uncaring approach truly reflects the attitude of the chef and the restaurant. Take my warning--this restaurant does not care about its customers. Dopo Teatro is an "eat it and beat it" restaurant for an unsuspecting tourist. And do not expect any consideration or courtesy from the wait staff as they are too busy to care whether a diner gets good food or has a good experience.

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My wife and I dined at the restaurant last Friday. We had a pre-theatre reservation and arrived at 6 pm. The interior was like an older pizza place in Brooklyn and we were expeceting a solid, but not an elegant experience. Contrary to the reviews (that I suspect were given by the staff), the food was poorly prepared and served cold. The salmon dish was not fresh and looked as though it had been cooked in the morning and kept on a buffet table. The pasta was mushy, over cooked and poorly flavored. The best part of the meal was the bread.

When I asked the waiter to replace my dish, he said no. He did say he would try to reheat it for me. When I received the second try it was no better--just over cooked, barely warm and total tasteless. It was insulting not be able to get my dish replaced with hot, fresh food. This uncaring approach truly reflects the attitude of the chef and the restaurant.

Take my warning--this restaurant does not care about its customers. Dopo Teatro is an "eat it and beat it" restaurant for an unsuspecting tourist. And do not expect any consideration or courtesy from the wait staff as they are too busy to care whether a diner gets good food or has a good experience.

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★☆☆☆☆

My wife and I dined at the restaurant last Friday. We had a pre-theatre reservation and arrived at 6 pm. The interior was like an older pizza place in Brooklyn and we were expeceting a solid, but not an elegant experience. Contrary to the reviews (that I suspect were given by the staff), the food was poorly prepared and served cold. The salmon dish was not fresh and looked as though it had been cooked in the morning and kept on a buffet table. The pasta was mushy, over cooked and poorly flavored. The best part of the meal was the bread.

When I asked the waiter to replace my dish, he said no. He did say he would try to reheat it for me. When I received the second try it was no better--just over cooked, barely warm and total tasteless. It was insulting not be able to get my dish replaced with hot, fresh food. This uncaring approach truly reflects the attitude of the chef and the restaurant.

Take my warning--this restaurant does not care about its customers. Dopo Teatro is an "eat it and beat it" restaurant for an unsuspecting tourist. And do not expect any consideration or courtesy from the wait staff as they are too busy to care whether a diner gets good food or has a good experience.

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I took my girlfriend for a pre theater dinner on Saturday. I made a reservation for a romantic table in the secret garden. They were very nice on the phone and promised they would get us a nice table. The restaurant was very busy when we got there. The hostess ushered us through the crowed down the stairs to the secret garden, to a table in a little corner in an alcove, like a balcony, above the rest of the room. The room itself is so beautiful, full of frescos... wow. My girlfriend was so impressed. The food was terrific. I had the ossobuco and she had rigotoni pasta. The food was amazing, the service was impeccable. Their wine selection is great, I picked a nice bottle for us. The server served it in a decanter perfect. We truly had the best pre theater meal ever. The place looks small from outside, but then you go and discover there secret rooms. It is not only beautiful, but conveniently located (we went to see Spamelot,) has terrific food and great, friendly service. We will definitely be back.

2
★★★★★

I took my girlfriend for a pre theater dinner on Saturday. I made a reservation for a romantic table in the secret garden. They were very nice on the phone and promised they would get us a nice table. The restaurant was very busy when we got there. The hostess ushered us through the crowed down the stairs to the secret garden, to a table in a little corner in an alcove, like a balcony, above the rest of the room. The room itself is so beautiful, full of frescos... wow. My girlfriend was so impressed. The food was terrific. I had the ossobuco and she had rigotoni pasta. The food was amazing, the service was impeccable. Their wine selection is great, I picked a nice bottle for us. The server served it in a decanter perfect. We truly had the best pre theater meal ever. The place looks small from outside, but then you go and discover there secret rooms. It is not only beautiful, but conveniently located (we went to see Spamelot,) has terrific food and great, friendly service. We will definitely be back.

Pros: Romantic, great sservice, great food

Cons: None

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I dined here with a party of 6 and sat downstairs in the "theater room" I believe. We were jammed in real tight and felt as if we were sitting in a cafeteria. Constantly we were bumped into by servers because it was such a tight squeeze (we also had reservations). We went with the price fix menu and was really disappointed. We wish we had ordered from the regular menu. The fruit mousse dessert was garbage, definitely not a treat (go with the sorbet). Overall very disappointing and I had to wait too long for a cup of tea.

0
★☆☆☆☆

I dined here with a party of 6 and sat downstairs in the "theater room" I believe. We were jammed in real tight and felt as if we were sitting in a cafeteria. Constantly we were bumped into by servers because it was such a tight squeeze (we also had reservations). We went with the price fix menu and was really disappointed. We wish we had ordered from the regular menu. The fruit mousse dessert was garbage, definitely not a treat (go with the sorbet). Overall very disappointing and I had to wait too long for a cup of tea.

Pros: Close to theatre

Cons: Crowded, Price Fix Menu-a disappointment, Tight Seating and Noisy

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I have been bringing clients to this restaurant by my office for years; they have been consistently great. The food is amazing, best ossobuco in the area. Pasta with fava beans and pancetta is also highly recommended. They are always friendly and accommodating. Great, great place, business lunch or otherwise.

2
★★★★★

I have been bringing clients to this restaurant by my office for years; they have been consistently great. The food is amazing, best ossobuco in the area. Pasta with fava beans and pancetta is also highly recommended. They are always friendly and accommodating. Great, great place, business lunch or otherwise.

Pros: Great food, friendly service

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I made the reservation for lunch in this lovely look like restaurant loaded with charming photo in the theatre district right by one of my company offices.
I unfortunately had a very unhappy and pour experience from the first minute we walk in were the hostes was not friendly at all, the server came after good 10 minutes saying ( we are not open yet you need to wait ),and let's don't talk about the food and the rest of the service....so big deal I went at 11:25, and got that response !
A Fat and extensive wine list compliments the expensive lunch time in this place.
Nobody help us at all, very unpleasant and blended food.

1
★★★☆☆

I made the reservation for lunch in this lovely look like restaurant loaded with charming photo in the theatre district right by one of my company offices.
I unfortunately had a very unhappy and pour experience from the first minute we walk in were the hostes was not friendly at all, the server came after good 10 minutes saying ( we are not open yet you need to wait ),and let's don't talk about the food and the rest of the service....so big deal I went at 11:25, and got that response !
A Fat and extensive wine list compliments the expensive lunch time in this place.
Nobody help us at all, very unpleasant and blended food.

Pros: WINE LIST

Cons: FOOD & CUSTOMER SERVICE

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This is a restaurant my daughter takes her coligoues to since she works in the area. This was the first time my husband and I went. We had tickets to the theater, so we decided to try it. My daughter made reservations for us for Friday night. We were greeted by the pleasant host in the front and seated promptly. We were seated in a little alcove by the wall, very cozy. My daughter had her favorite, but we had take a while to go through the extensive menu. I had pasta with wild boar, which absolutely fabulous. I usaully do not take the time to write reviews, although I read them quite often. This dish was so good, I had to let everybody know. We were all very happy with our choises. My daughter had her favorite pizza Margarita, my son-in-law had the ossobuco, my husband had the delicous rissotto and I was thrilled with my wild boar pasta. All of this fabulous food promptly and in time for the theater. Wonderful, really. The restaurant was very busy and the music slightly too high for my taste, but the food more than made up for it. A really great choice!

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★★★★★

This is a restaurant my daughter takes her coligoues to since she works in the area. This was the first time my husband and I went. We had tickets to the theater, so we decided to try it. My daughter made reservations for us for Friday night. We were greeted by the pleasant host in the front and seated promptly. We were seated in a little alcove by the wall, very cozy. My daughter had her favorite, but we had take a while to go through the extensive menu. I had pasta with wild boar, which absolutely fabulous. I usaully do not take the time to write reviews, although I read them quite often. This dish was so good, I had to let everybody know. We were all very happy with our choises. My daughter had her favorite pizza Margarita, my son-in-law had the ossobuco, my husband had the delicous rissotto and I was thrilled with my wild boar pasta. All of this fabulous food promptly and in time for the theater. Wonderful, really. The restaurant was very busy and the music slightly too high for my taste, but the food more than made up for it. A really great choice!

Pros: Food Thumbs up

Cons: Music too loud

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We had pre-theater reservations at 6 p.m. and were seated immediately. The atmosphere was nice, but the waiter had a look of comtempt when we said we wanted the pre fixe dinner. The salmon was OK but the lasagne and penne pasta were bland and not even pleasing to the eye. Maybe ordering off the regular menu would have been better. The highlight (sarcasm) was dessert. Our chocolate cake looked like one slice of cake that they had sliced into thirds before serving us. I guess you get what you pay for! I would not recommend this place to tourists even if it is close to your theater! I don't usually take the time to write a review, but I just had to in this case.

0
★☆☆☆☆

We had pre-theater reservations at 6 p.m. and were seated immediately. The atmosphere was nice, but the waiter had a look of comtempt when we said we wanted the pre fixe dinner. The salmon was OK but the lasagne and penne pasta were bland and not even pleasing to the eye. Maybe ordering off the regular menu would have been better. The highlight (sarcasm) was dessert. Our chocolate cake looked like one slice of cake that they had sliced into thirds before serving us. I guess you get what you pay for! I would not recommend this place to tourists even if it is close to your theater! I don't usually take the time to write a review, but I just had to in this case.

 

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