About Locanda Verde
Locanda Verde is a casual, bustling neighborhood Italian taverna located in Robert De Niro's TriBeCa hotel, The Greenwich. The airy, light-flooded space is open morning, noon and night serving award-winning Chef Andrew Carmellini's inspired urban Italian cooking with home-style desserts and an all-day bakery counter by Pastry Chef Deborah Racicot.
The Greenwich Hotel
New York, NY 10013
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 7:00am - 11:00am
Saturday - Sunday: 8:00am - 10:00am
Lunch: Monday-Friday: 11:30am - 3:00pm
Brunch: Saturday -Sunday: 10:00am - 3:00pm
Mid-Day 3:00pm - 5:30pm Bar Only
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 11:30pm
North Moore Street
$31 to $50
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Icon Parking 374 Greenwich St between Franklin St. and North Moore St.
1 Train to Franklin Street
A/C/E Train to Canal Street
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Cafe, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Locanda Verde is our TriBeCa neighborhood taverna in the Greenwich Hotel serving Chef Andrew Carmellini's soul-satisfying urban Italian menu. Our bustling corner restaurant welcomes guests morning, noon and night with a warm and comfortable atmosphere, leisurely Italian spirit and heartfelt cooking.
Locanda Verde Ratings and Reviews
What a phenomenal evening. We weren't sure what to expect, having been given a gift card by some very fine friends. Looking Locanda Verde up online didn't create much in the way of a positive expectation, the photos really don't do it justice (guys, you should work on this!). The evening could not have been better - great, warm, personal, fun, welcome by the Maitre D', 2 great cocktails at the bar, phenomenal food menu, stratospheric wine menu (especially if you're a fan of classy Italian reds, theres 100's available) and wonderful service throughout. Best meal in a long time. Thanks to you all, we'll be back for sure
I had very high expectations given I had to make a reservation quite far in advance, but was very let down.
Although the service was good, the food was average at best, and extremely overpriced. There are SO many better Italian restaurants in the city, much less in the neighborhood.
I would not come again.
Was across from our hotel and recommended by a colleague. Cramped first floor. The host sent us upstairs to wait as a two top sat vacant right behind him. We were then sent back down to that very table 10 minutes later while many tables were open upstairs. Beet salad was bland, but ravioli special was delicious. Just ok overall.
Sorry I hated it, too dark, too crowded, the service was great until more people came in, & then we could even get another glass of wine.
We had an appetizer & two bowls of pasta , three glasses of wine,& two Cosmos, over $300. So ridiculous.
The pasta was delicious, but not worth the money.
4th time I've eaten here. Met a business colleague for lunch. The waiter was pretty bad. We were both interested in the fish of the day. Because he didn't know how the dish was prepared, he got hung up on our ask to leave off anchovies and he wasted a lot of time go back and forth to the kitchen. It came out quickly but minus the microgreens he said the dish was covered with. Fish was well cooked - very nice although plain - I suspect he forgot to add them on. Then we asked for tea - he offered ginger tea as an option which we both ordered. I'd paid the bill and still didn't have the tea which finally arrived but hadn't steeped at all. We had to rush out at that point so didn't get to enjoy it. Bad service pretty much ruined what would have been a nice meal.
Locanda is a beautiful restaurant and fun location. Our Sunday lunch service was not good-while the waiter was pleasant--we had to call him to get drinks, call him to take our lunch order and call him to take our dessert order. There are not that many tables and this kind of lunch service is disappointing.
used to come here often - great food, nice atmosphere. But it now has gotten horribly expensive - $14 for 1 bruschetta ( 1 piece of toasted bread with tomato/onion topping);there is NOT much choice on the menu either - just a few dishes. risotto special of the day was WATERY (not soupy,watery). veal milanese was deep fried in old oil - can tell by the quality of the breading that was VERY dark and the oily taste. dessert was very nice, and service attentive.
Fantasy meal as usual! The fresh ricotta is amazing - seems so simple but oh so good! We took some out of town guests there and they loved every dish! Black squid ink pasta super yummy and duck was on point. Cocktails must have been good also because they kept them coming! A neighborhood treasure and still buzzing after all these years...deservedly so!
Love this restaurant, but had a really disappointing meal there. It was right after Thanksgiving, so it seemed like perhaps the "A-team" staff got the night off. There were numerous little details that missed the mark, but the real heartbreaker for me was the pasta. The plate was scorching hot but somehow the pasta itself was cold. And it wasn't the same as it's been before - just not as good. A little "wet" or watery, and also a TINY portion. Also found a big piece of plastic in our gelato. Bummer of a finish. Still love the place, it's gorgeous and I love the whole vibe. But a disappointing meal, especially since we were there celebrating our 3rd wedding anniversary and had our wedding dinner there.
Thanksgiving lunch was disappointing for price paid. Appetiser was plentiful but too filling for the main event which ended up being quite small and sides were a little pedestrian. The freebie: 2 squares of focaccia bread but no champers. At $110 per head a little steep and stingy.
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