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637 Hudson Street
New York, NY 10014
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Hours of Operation:
Sat and Sun: 10am to 12am
Mon-Fri: 12:pm to 12am
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Bar Dining, Beer, Cafe, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking Area, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Smoking Area, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine, Wine Bar
A/C/E Blue Line, L Line 14th and 8th Avenue
1/9 Red Line 14th and 7th Avenue
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corsino is a casual, rustic restaurant modeled after an Italian wine bar.
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Great happy hour, consistently
good food, friendly service."
Dined on 2/28/2014
Food was tasty as well. Nothing
exceptional but tasty."
Dined on 2/14/2014
I read a brief review describing
this little gem as one of the top 10 small restaurants in the West Village..a great kitchen, intelligent choice of entrees and not over the top pricing. I was more than surprised. I could have been satisfied with just the appetizers. Excellent service and smart enough to keep the music low enough so that you could converse...my gf still talking about how romantic it was...truly a great find! Joe I."
Dined on 2/14/2014
We have dined here many times and
have always been so pleased. This past Friday we brought a few friends and they had looked at the menu online and were anticipating some of the items listed and were all disappointed to find they were no longer available. Our server did comment they needed to update their site. Also we found the service to be poor. My husband had to pour the wine for the table and then we had to seek out the waiter when we needed additional items. The food was very good however the service on this trip was below par."
Dined on 12/27/2013
The above says it all. The manager
was the one that checked on us and had our non-existent waiter just deliver to us."
Dined on 12/20/2013
Friendliest service I've
experienced in Manhattan for a long while. A very warm environment with delicious food. And priced fairly---one feels like they really care for their customers."
Dined on 12/15/2013
Corsino is a real West Village
find. Excellent location, friendly & efficient staff and a relatively small but imaginative menu. The crostini were exceptionally good. The noise level, however, was just half a decibel below impossible. Since the menu and the small tables promote intimate dining & conversation, the din seems contradictory. Brunch offers same menu plus egg dishes and is much quieter."
Dined on 12/6/2013
I decided to book a friend dinner
for 6 people and it was just awful. Our waiter "Parrish" ignored our table most of the night. Listed out menu items that didn't actually exist on the menu at all. Putting in a drink order everytime took him 30mins to return with the drinks. Our waters were never re-filled. It took us 3 hours from the time he first came to our table to the time he finished. Everything was unbelievably slow and disorganized. He also failed to mention that tip was already included and lucky for us one of our friends asked to see the itemized bill which he never dropped off to us! That really is inexcusable in my book. Service aside the food is good italian items but not good enough to overlook the service."
Dined on 11/26/2013
We had apps, entrees, and dessert
and it was all delicious."
Dined on 11/23/2013
My wife and I decided on dinner at
Corsino as we had another event to attend in the neighborhood later that evening. I was drawn to this local dining establishment in the West Village by some of the rave reviews for their appetizers which included a fried brussels sprouts dish! From the notable wine list...with help of a selection from the wait staff....to the appetizers of the various crostinis that are offered...and yes...the brussel sprouts met or exceeded our expectations! They were delicious. We had the beef short ribs special and the wonderful brisket meat balls.....simply outstanding. We will return again! We took our time with dinner and did not feel rushed at any point in our dining. We ordered the beef short rib"
Dined on 11/16/2013
Service was fantastic. Food was
better than expected. Cappuccino was the only sub-par aspect of the dinner. Even after two tries it was pretty much undrinkable. We'll definitely go back, we just won't order the coffee."
Dined on 11/8/2013
Went for brunch Good food and
service Liked the space"
Dined on 11/3/2013
Corsino was a lovely find in the
West Village--hostess and server were friendly and prompt, cozy but comfortable table in the back dining room. The outdoor space looked nice as well, but it was a little chilly for us. The prosciutto appetizer with grilled bread was fabulous, as were the brisket meatballs. Pastas were a bit underdone, and their house Brussels sprouts were perfectly crisp but really oversalted. We had a great time; server was available with suggestions and did not make us feel rushed at all."
Dined on 10/19/2013
I ordered the sirloin. 1/3 of it
was fat. The rest of it was gristle-laden. My companions ordered cavatappi (ok) and meatballs (good). "Energetic" doesn't begin to describe the noise level. We were in the quiet zone, but everyone else in the place was shouting, so we had trouble hearing each other. It was to be a special occasion, since we hadn't gotten together since June. But it was very disappointing. Never again!"
Dined on 10/13/2013
The food, service and ambience are
all consistently excellent. A warm, friendly atmosphere with knowledgeable, helpful service."
Dined on 10/10/2013
This restaurant was recomended by
a Brazilian journalist who lives in NYC and wrote a short review about the place in his blog. I made a reservation two weeks before leaving Brazil to NYC. When I and my family (including a little boy) arrived at the restaurant we got a well placed table and the host and waiters were very friendly with us. The food and wine were so good and the price was fair. Actually, we had a very pleasant night at Corsino."
Dined on 10/5/2013
my friend took me here for a
belated birthday dinner. our waiter was nice and we were seated shortly after we arrived a few mins late for a 7p res (of course it was early in the week). we ordered 2 crostini, the meatballs (flavors were not jumping) , fried brussel sprouts and the rice croquette for an appy. Then my friend had the octopus (nice grilled taste) and I had the linguini with a tomato sauce (flavors were basice) -- I think I could have cooked it just as well. I regretted not getting the tagliatelle which I read is the only fresh housemade pasta. The best part of the meal besides the brussel sprouts was the panna cotta -- rich, creamy and lemony. all in all -- meh...ok, nothing to rave about."
Dined on 10/5/2013
The food here is consistently
interesting, and the wine list is heavy on Italy. Chef and waitstaff aim to please always."
Dined on 9/21/2013
I love coming here with friends
for a late night dinner. The food is always delicious, and the service is wonderful!"
Dined on 9/15/2013
A very humid evening did not
detract from the wonderful food, wine, and atmosphere. We live in Chelsea, so it's not really our "neighborhood", but after Saturday evening Corsino will be one of our go-to restaurants. Wonderful wine list, interesting food. We ordered a ton of stuff from the menu just to try it out, and cannot wait to return and try more."
Dined on 9/1/2013
what's not to love? big bowls of
pasta, yummy crostinis, a delicious tiramisu & a pana cotta that melts in your mouth aprox 50$-75$ per serson, what a find"
Dined on 8/22/2013
Cozy, with a personable wait staff
and an interesting menu. I highly recommend the brussel sprouts appetizer and pasta pesto."
Dined on 8/24/2013
I love this restaurant and have
been here many times with friends. I always enjoyed it and rave about the food. That was not the case last Friday. An item on the menu which always gets a raised eyebrow when I talk about it is the Brussels Sprouts....they are a gem but even those weren't up to the usual standard. The portions were very small which I usually find welcoming as I hate being faced with a big plate of food but this time they were considerably small with no chance of sharing so I'm glad we didn't plan that. Service was spotty so I was disppointed with the overall evening here - I brought new friends here but they didn't see what all my fanfare was about from my previous visits. Shame!"
Dined on 8/17/2013
My boyfriend and I have been going
here for a few years now and have never been disappointed. It's a great place to take people when they are in town because it's not too expensive, but is always delicious. We love trying the specials when they have them, but this time we mostly ordered our favs- Affetati (the head cheese was Exceptional on this visit, the Brussel Sprouts and Fusilli. We got another pasta w/ Pork Ragu that I thought we had had before, but we hadn't and it was still very good. We also got the steak w/ Romesco sp? The quality of the food is always great and we will come back for years to come."
Dined on 8/9/2013
I took my mother to this place
because she was curious about the new Italian joint in her neighborhood.When we arrived, we were told they had a "quiet" table for us. The place was noisier than a TGI Friday's @ happy hour. We shouted our order 2 the semi-clueless waiter. Appetizers; risotto croquettes & burrata crostini. Burrata was OK, foccaccia was shoe leather. Croquette was an over-fried rice ball with a tough fried exterior. Entrees: crespelle w/ parsley & tomato, & fettuccine w/ pork ragu & mint. Both way 2 salty. Crespelle drowning in tomato sauce. Fettuccine were overdone. Pork ragu just some slightly dry pulled pork with a little mint thrown in w/ pasta water. Didn't finish either. Skipped dessert. Had to get out of the noise."
Dined on 8/9/2013
Every time I visit New York I have
to eat at Corsinos.. The food is great and the service is always friendly and knowledgeable., The Wine list is impressive but it's nothing compared to their Grappa list."
Dined on 7/17/2013
OMG, they were amazing!! Our
entire meal was fabulous. The fusilli with lemon, chives and red pepper flake was so delicious. Very fresh and flavorful. My husband had the paparadella with sausage and it was amazing. Affogato and panacotta finished the evening. This is quickly becoming one our favorite places in the West Village. Can't wait to go back."
Dined on 7/21/2013
Thought this was going to be a
quiet neighborhood place i could catch up with a friend. Drinks and food were good. Servers were overworked but accommodating. Was deafeningly loud when it got full due to the acoustics and drum and bass music."
Dined on 7/11/2013
My wife and I were very
disappointed with Corsino. It was very crowded and extremely loud, which wasn't helped by the music blaring out across the restaurant. We found it impossible to have a conversation and sat in silence. The service was slow, despite a number of staff who were standing around. That said, the food was good but I can't think why we would go back again."
Dined on 7/10/2013
I love this restaurant, it is so
cute and the food is wonderful!"
Dined on 7/10/2013
The food here was delightful and
the waitress was very helpful with ordering and relatively attentive. Highly recommend the prosciutto app, the chickpea crostini, and the burratta mozzarella appetizer (this was heavenly). Our pasta dishes were great as well, but definitely unique and maybe a little overpowering in taste. The papardelle has a very strong taste of fennel, so if you don't like black licorice, you are in trouble. The tagiatelle with pork ragu is in a white sauce and that was quite unexpected, as I am used to having a red sauce with ragu based dishes, but it was still an interesting dish. The only down parts was how hot was at first, it only cooled down after people left, and we had to flag someone down for parmesan cheese."
Dined on 7/5/2013
Darling restaurant in Meatpacking
. Limited but good affordable wine list. Our server, Chris was wonderful. Very knowledgeable and extremely friendly. Loved the polpette-meatballs. They tasted like they came out of my Italian mother's kitchen. The Brussels sprouts were beyond amazing. Fun evening! We will definitely be back."
Dined on 7/6/2013
This reasonably priced gem was
just what we were looking for. No over the top prices, decent by the glass wine prices, and super atmosphere. It did not hurt when we were walking in to see John Lithgow with his family just finishing up. Would definitely go back again!"
Dined on 6/23/2013
As always, we had a fabulous time
at Corsino. Annisa, our hostess, and Ben and Lauren, our servers, were personable and accommodating. We were seated outside on a beautiful summer evening and even made some new friends that were also dining outdoors. We will be forever grateful to everyone at Corsino for the warm and inviting environment in which to dine. AND...the food is ALWAYS amazingly delicious. My very favorite dish is the tagliatelle with pork ragu and mint. Thank you to all for a fun and delicious time at Corsino!"
Dined on 6/23/2013
Good food, lots of options for
vegetarians, nice wine list. Modern, rustic, fun vibe. Would definitely go back."
Dined on 5/31/2013
my husband and I have been to this
restaurant many times in the past and our dinner there the other night was far from what we had experienced so many times before. our waitress was horrible."
Dined on 5/31/2013
A lot of restaurants closing in
the West Village. Corsino was very inviting with very good service and food. We would definitely return."
Dined on 5/26/2013
The food is great but it was so
loud my friend and I couldn't talk. We gave up and ate in silence."
Dined on 5/21/2013
Food was excellent. Appetizer
portions are quite large, so it's best to order family style. The roasted brussels sprouts were outrageously tasty! The pastas were perfectly "al dente." This felt like old time, real world, authentic Italian dining."
Dined on 5/19/2013
My wife and I were pleasantly
surprised with our entire experience Saturday night. The service and food were top notch. We are both Italian and can say without exception, Corsino is a 5 star Italian restaurant experience. LOVED the octopus---- We will be back."
Dined on 5/19/2013
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