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About Harry Cipriani
This fashionable restaurant is almost an exact duplicate of the original Harry's Bar in Venice. It is packed daily with chic New Yorkers and visitors from all over the world, whether it is for a popular power breakfast or business and leisure lunches and dinners. Harry Cipriani offers the classic menu of unique Cipriani specialties and Italian favorites. Whether you are a regular with your "own table" or a first time guest, you are received with warmth and enthusiasm.
New York, NY 10022
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 7:00am - 10:30am; Lunch: Daily: 12:00pm - 5:30pm; Dinner: 5:30pm - 11:00pm;
Please note that the dining area is closed from 10:30am - 12:00pm
59th St and 5th Avenue
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Green line - 4,5 Yellow and Orange N, R trains
Private Party Facilities:
We offer a private are for your small parties.
Bar Dining, Beer, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Harry Cipriani Ratings and Reviews
After all these years still one of my favorite, yet extravagant ($$$) meals in NYC....I come for the Baked Tagolini with Ham and the soup; period; but the ambiance is always fun and how Sergio Vacco can treat everyone as a King or VIP with a personal touch simply defines professionalism
Leider wurden wir von diesem Restaurant maßlos enttäuscht. Das Essen war sehr teuer, die Qualität erschreckend schlecht. Das Lokal ist brechend voll und die Gäste werden möglichst schnell durchgeschleust. Die angepriesene hausgemachte Pasta war verkocht und kaum genießbar. Dieses Restaurant kann leider nicht empfohlen werden.
Pleasant surprise: white truffle menu! Both had the truffle risotto, was excellent. My lobster app was also very good -- both large portions. Waiter learned we are
Celebrating wife's retirement, brought us dessert on the house , along with a friendly chat about life, love,'work and retirement.
Hostess was loud talking to the waiters while they were setting up tables the entire time. They were far from ready to receive guests, yet had struck our reservation when we were 7 minutes late. Four different waiters came to ask the same questions. The cucumber, corn, cherry tomatoe, avocado (scarce) was $28. 😳
Quintessential New York, a bit of Venice on 5th Avenue.
We visit & ENJOY Harry Cipriani every time we come from Australia to New York, it is an institution!
The ambience, the people watching, the jostling for the best table (insist on the area you want to be in), the delicious signature Bellini, the pasta’s are authentic Italian tastes, the dolci are delicious.
Short answer: don’t miss this restaurant next time you are in NY!!!
Nice meal at this NYC institution. Food quality is great, service was a bit off the night we dined there, but I believe they were short staffed. Pasta is always cooked to perfection, simply prepared and delicious. Prices are steep at this location for what you get. If you become addicted to the pasta (as we have) I would recommend their smaller place at Grand Central station.
We went to this restaurant with high hopes. We were seated near the door. The food was good but not special. The house cabernet was mediocre and my martini came in a very small glass. My wife’s pasta with mushrooms dish was good but the pasta tasted like any commercial pasta from a package. My veal piccata was good but not special. Given the Cipriani name, and Manhattan prices, I expected better. A good word for it was ‘anticipointment’. I regret to say we left feeling like we’d eaten in a tourist trap not a fine restaurant. B
LOVE the Spaghetti Tomato the Merengue Dessert - I go back and back again!! However the Downtown Version is Horrible the guy at reception has the worst attitude in the world and the waiters almost the same - aggressive for NO reason, bad treatment - so over - like in the 90s REALLY BAD
This icon is everything an exquisite northern Italian dining establishment should be, with hot and cold running waiters, the most charming of Hostesses, a fabulous buzz in the air, sublime pastas, and inside this rarified bubble nothing bad could ever happen to anyone. Escape to the European civility of a more gentile era at this very romantic and special legend of a restaurant. I always go here at least twice a year on the most festive of occasions.
Great place to eat. We have been to many high end name restaurants in our travels and this is in our top 3. I have always wanted to eat here, being we carry the same last name as the restaurant. We were treated with the most respect and attentiveness by the staff and managers.
Made us wait 40 minutes with a reservation. No place to stand at the bar area. Was bumped by waiters probably a dozen times. Service is atrocious. They grab the plate away from you while you’re still taking a bite of food!
I’m a local and used to enjoy this place. Really just not worth the hassle anymore.
Cipriani is a busy , authentic high end upper east side Italian eatery . Offering an excellent casual bar experience (recommend the classsic Belini) and a broad menu range . It's not cheap & best reserved for special occasion. It sits with several other Italian hot spots in the area - 5stars.
An iconic restaurant in the heart of mid-town Manhattan with amazing ambience, delicious food, and great bellinis. Service impeccable and desserts delectable, a true dining experience from top to bottom. This is without question our favorite restaurant in all of NYC and it is a must-do every time we are in the city. Bravo!!
The food was excellent and the prices were not totally outrageous for a restaurant of this quality. The duck was in the $50's and the steak in the $70's but both came with sides. My husband loved the ash potatoes with the steak. For desert we had the hand made vanilla ice cream - Excellent. And of course, you must try the bellinis. Also, if you're into people watching, this is the place.
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