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About La Pecora Bianca - NoMad
Located in NoMad and Midtown, La Pecora Bianca, which means "the white sheep" in Italian, offers a relaxed, all-day dining experience and vibrant Italian fare in a beautiful setting. We take Italian food back to its roots as an inherently local and seasonal cuisine with an approachable menu emphasizing vegetables and house-made pastas. True to Italian tradition, we source food from our local bounty whenever we can and let the ingredients shine in every dish. Our pastas, including our signature gramigna with sausage and broccolini and tagliatelle with beef and pork bolognese, are all made with local, organic grains. Our produce and meats are often sourced from the Hudson Valley & surrounding farm areas. Our extensive selection of spritzes and negronis are made with Italian amari, inspired by the tradition of aperitivi. La Pecora Bianca is open for breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner, so we've designed our restaurants to allow for the seamless transition from day to night.
New York, NY 10010
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm
Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Off-site catering is available.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Our private dining room, The Havana Room, is available for fully private seated dinners for up to 25 guests in an alluring environment. Our entire farmhouse communal table can be reserved for up to 16 guests in the middle of our buzzy main dining room.
La Pecora Bianca - NoMad Ratings and Reviews
We completely agreed with rave reviews for cauliflower carbonara on The House of Carbs podcast. I could also eat the ricotta gnudi every day. Amazing food and service. My only complaint was the tight space for the tables by the window. Waiters couldn’t get behind me without bumping my chair every time.
Had the Sunday Brunch, just a very nice relaxed experience. Setting is quite pretty, very light-filled room, good space between tables. Server was friendly, helpful, upbeat. Food was very good - I had the lemon ricotta pancakes which were done perfectly, and my wife had the French toast, which was just the right consistency accordng to her. (Apparently, proper, good French toast is hard to find). Also - being brunch - had their bloody mary which had a nice kick to it, and peach bellini which was true to form. I did NOT do their special "all the bloody marys you can have in an hour special", because we each wanted only one drink that day, but if you're in the mood, it would be worth it. We made reservations, but wouldn't have needed to - at 10 am on a Sunday 1/14/18 there were lots of tables available, (but of course that might not have been typical). By the way, at one point our waiter stopped by and made the observation that my wife's bellini didn't look like it was still all blended quite right, so he whisked away what was left and came back with a new replacement... that was nice.
We were at the PB for the Xmas eve dinner.
It was quite good except the swordfish with was way to greasy.
Unfortunately the starter (black kale) was way too big, so it s hard to follow after.
Anyway it was a really good dinner with fine wine and great service !
We booked the restaurant for Christmas Eve through Opentable. I will say when making the reservation there was no indication of a pre fixe menu as the only option. it worked out fine but only found out it was a fixed menu when the restaurant called to confirm the reservation a couple days before. Our server was courteous but a little relaxed for my tastes. The food was great and plentiful portions for a pre fixe menu. We really enjoyed ourselves. I look forward to returning to sit outdoors during the summer months.
Took us right back to Italy. Authentic and not overdone. We shared several appetizers as a sort of tapas like experience and enjoyed the items we had immensely. Octopus was some of the best we've had, meatballs were phenomenal, the lambrusco spritz and hazelnut tart are can't-miss items.
La Pecora was a very pleasant surprise. The restaurant has a great vibe and decor. The menu is small but all of our selections were excellent. The service was perfect and the value was very good. Great bar tables so you can watch the action on Broadway. Will definitely return.
I’ve been here a few time and I enjoyed it very much. This time was a late night dinner with a friend. The service was ok. The food was not as I remembered. The squash carpaccio was dry and was topped with burnt garlic. The polipo was tasteless and plated in an unappetizing way. Lastly my dessert of goats milk chocolate mouse was delicious until I found an egg shell in it, which totally ruined the experience. I. The end a different desert was sent to our table and the mouse was taken off the bill. I’m hoping this was just a bad night with the holiday craziness. The drinks are always done perfect and the wine list has many good choices.
My family treated me here for my birthday while visiting NYC....food was really good. Restaurant a little cramped (waiters kept bumping the back of my chair), but service good too. I would recommend this restaurant, but it’s probably more enjoyable for 50 and under. Restrooms are at the bottom of a long flight of stairs.
It was dissapointing to find out that the focaccia bread was no longer available as a pre appetizer.
When I initially came to Percora, it was the focaccia bread that had won me over, then the drinks, then the food. Yes, in that order.
Needless to say, I did not end up experiencing the bread this visit.
I was very surprised how well it worked to have a business lunch here. I was able to hear my clients, speak in a normal voice and didn't have to shout to be heard, our waiter was sensitive to the fact that we were engaged and did not interrupt us until we looked for him and most importantly, the food was terrific. La Pecora Bianca will be my go-to venue for business lunches in the future.
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