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
Excellent team service by Nawal and Judah. We split most of the menu appetizers and broccoli rabe. Everything was excellent and servers smoothly handled sequencing. Had great dry white wine from Alto Aldige. Took waitress’s recommendations on tiramisu and hazelnut desserts. Overall, excellence.
The restaurant was fine. It’s not as popular as it was a few years ago. Probably their snooty attitude over time eroded clientele. I hadn’t been in there in 3 years since the hostess staff were so stuck up. But decided to give it a try and the staff attitude has definitely improved
Saw this recommended in my Delta restaurant reviews and thought I would give it a try.
First note, if you book for 6pm and you’re coming from north of 50th st... leave early. We left at 5:30 and didn’t arrive until 6:20, almost lost our reservation.
Great atmosphere - just the right size for noise and energy level. Very busy bar.
Surprisingly for how busy it was... the service was amazing and the food came out in record time.
Great wine list for Italian specialties.
We had the steak tartare app and then swordfish and the rabbit pasta. Everything was amazing.
Would highly recommend this to anyone looking for some great Italian, with a twist and an unbeatable atmosphere!
We tried this place for brunch. Were pleasantly surprised with how spacious the seating, restrooms and everything is here. The food was great - the Uova Modenese (their take on eggs benedict) and Lemon Ricotta Pancakes were excellent. The Scampi and Grits was good, but not as good as the other two. The portion sizes were excellent! The food is on the rich (delicious!) side, but they clearly kept that in mind when designing their portion size. Their plating choices were also well thought-out. Coffee was delicious and they have almond milk.
I was really underwhelmed from start to finish. Was greeted with a "let me know when the rest of your party arrives", with no recommendation of where to wait. When we were seated another hostess was at the desk who did not make eye contact with me. Grandma's ravioli were underwhelming,with practically no sauce, and I usually prefer very little sauce. Our server was pleasant enough. Oh, we should have sent back the broccoli rabe...they could not have boiled it enough because it was incredibly bitter. Didn't bother with dessert. Almost $100 pp. save up your $ and go to Union Square Cafe and be treated like family.
Be prepared to wait...and wait...and wait - even when you have a reservation.
We arrived 5 minutes early for an 8:45pm reservation and were told that the people at our table had already paid and that we would be seated imminently. The hostess invited us to get a drink in the hotel lobby, but when we tried to do so, we were told it was only for hotel guests. When we inquired about our table after waiting 20 minutes, we were told that 7 tables were paying and that we would be seated imminently. 20 minutes later, we were finally seated - in the section reserved for walk-ins. The restaurant tried to make up for it with a free glass of prosecco, bread with cheese and then more bread in the form of focaccia (we would have preferred other options, but they didn't ask).
The food was fine, but not worth the inconvenience of the wait, especially on a weeknight. Several other groups around us also seemed frustrated by being asked to wait for extended periods before being seated.
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