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About Manzo Ristorante - Eataly NYC Flatiron
This New Year's Eve, ring in 2018 on a sumptuous note at Manzo with a seven-course feast paired with wines that will delight your taste buds from beginning to end as you celebrate the old and anticipate the new. Join us on December 31, until the clock strikes midnight! $200, 7 course tasting menu. Time slots are 5:00 PM, 7:00 PM and 9:00 PM.
New York, NY 10010
Hours of Operation:
11:00 am for Bar service
11:30 AM till 10:30 PM for Dining Service
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Parking Garages: (Hourly Rates Apply)
Car Park 29LLC 724-732 located on 24th St. and 6th Ave: 212-627-0667
Impark (covered parking on 24th and 6th)
There is also a parking garage on 23rd st between 5th and 6th avenues, and one on 23rd st between 6th and 7th avenues
N and R trains stop at 23rd street and Fifth Avenue, a few feet from our entrance
6 train stop at 23rd Street is located two blocks east of us on Lexington Avenue
F and PATH trains stop at 23rd st, one block west of our entrance on 6th avenue
1 train stops 23rd Street at 7th Avenue, 2 blocks west of our entrance
Bar Dining, Beer, Full Bar, Wine
We are not currently offering private dining packages, but we will soon! Please contact us at our email address or phone number for more information.
Manzo Ristorante - Eataly NYC Flatiron Ratings and Reviews
Instead of a ristorante, Manzo has become a trattoria. The atmosphere is casual and noisy—loud music and loud conversations. The food and wine continue to be at the ristorante level and the price is still expensive, but the atmosphere doesn’t match. The service is less attentive too. We will now go someplace else to have a nice meal.
We love the energetic atmosphere at Eataly. Our table wasn’t ready as promised, so we were given free glasses of Prosecco while waiting. We thought this was a very nice gesture.
The food is very good. Portions, particularly appetizers, could be a bit larger at those prices. My braised veal entree was tender and flavorful. Desserts were stellar, especially the panna cotta.
The servers were friendly and attentive. A lovely festive atmosphere for the holidays.
Servers were nice; however, services were slow. We ordered pastas and Wagyu skirt steak. Pastas were great but the steak was a REAL disappointment. It's dried and burnt. We tasted the bitterness from the crust.
Tips: DON'T ORDER THE STEAK!!! You can get WAY better steak at $40 elsewhere.
After being disappointed at Bobby Flay's restaurant for brunch, Monza hit it out of the ballpark! The opening course of prosciutto, porcheta and burratta was sensational. A middle course of pork and boar pasta was peerless, and entrees of short rib, veal loin and veal stew were wonderful. Simply one of the best meals in years. Bravo!
Dinner was just ok. Our server was waiting on the whole restaurant and we were left waiting for her to return. We ordered wagyu steak and it was not cooked properly and had to send it back. Antipasti was good, but small. Pastas are good, but choose one with a robust sauce. Skip the restaurant and just eat in one of the market restaurants in Eataly.
Horrible experience perhaps due to new management? This place used to be my go-to for business lunches. But this past lunch our food took an hour to get to our table and the waiter never ordered my entree. The irony was that the manager said a pasta could be prepared quickly if I wanted it, yet my colleagues ordered pasta and it took an hour. Used to love this place but they need to get their act together.
The pasta here is incredible. Noticeably handmade to the freshest degree and cooked to al dente perfection, Manzo's pasta dishes are complimented by deeply flavourful and memorable sauces made from the best Italian ingredients. The cacio e pepe (add a farm fresh poached egg with olive oil for just $1!) had an 'Eat Pray Love' reverence and fun, whereas the pesto was textbook delicious Italian fare.
To share, try the brussels sprouts nestled in a balsamic glaze lighter than silk as well as the crostini with anchovy filets and white truffle butter. Needless to say, immediately after lunch I snapped up the exact tins of anchovy and tub of truffle butter to bring with me back to Canada in an attempt to recreate this delicacy.
The service was for the most part both attentive and gracious with the exception of the hostess who was not at the podium when the restaurant opened (and when we had our reservation for), keeping us waiting for about ten minutes as our table was set. However the cheery and clearly passionate servers made up for any shortcomings and our lunch was ultimately delightful. Definitely hope to return to this location on my next trip to NYC.
I visited Manzo last year and it was an amazing experience. I came back for a visit a year after and it was the worst dining experience I have had in a very long time. The fish was undercooked and a bit on the slimy side, my pasta tasted like it had been cooked in salty ocean water, so much so both dishes were inedible and I had to go outside to the Eately market and purchase some rotisserie turkey slices because I did not eat. Manzo was completely unprepared for people with allergies and seemed overwhelmed, not even offering any specials and changing their menu. It felt as though their chef had quit and they had someone cooking that had never tasted the food they were preparing.
Good Luck eating there.
The food was amazing but as the restaurant got busier the service got slower. Also a bit noisy. A family with a crying infant was seated next to us so a bit hard to hear the conversation of my party. Overall a good experience. Ordered two pasta dishes with shaved truffle and they were delicious! Also beef carpaccio was done very well. I would definitely return.
Ambiance and overall atmosphere not very attractive at all. Ordered cocktails after a longer than usual wait. Wine glass came, then the wine a couple of minutes later. We then ordered. Appetizer arrived prior to my cocktail; I then received a surly "it's coming" from waiter. Appetizer was a split of a pasta dish; many restaurants will split for you, not this one. One plate, no share plates until we asked. Agnolotti has about 8-9 pieces for $28. It was excellent, just way overpriced and presentation was horrible. Entrée presentation also horrible; food itself was fine. A disappointing meal, especially compared to my first time there a couple of years back, It appears that it has evolved into a tourist spot. Doubt if we'll be back,
This is a restaurant that was cozy and somewhat elegant with table cloths, but dark. After the renovation, the front was opened to let more light in but in the process the tablecloths were removed to reveal damaged tables and the waiters simply don't know how to serve. I had to ask a few times for simple thinks like pepper and a refill for my tea. The only waiter to serve the entire room was clumsy and careless. The ambiance is now informal but the steep prices remained. More a tourist trap than a meat restaurant worth having a hearty dinner.
The hostess is great. Greeted us and did her best to get our table ready. While waiting I asked the Barman a bottle of wine and to be transferred at table after. It really bothered him a lot. Ignore me for a while then took my order and never came back. At dinner, 10 minutes after we ordered my husband asked if the could change his meal. they said no it was already cooking. well 30 minutes later we still did not have our meal so literally we could of changed it. The manager was nice and removed the item from our bill. Besides that service was ok. very busy. but one thing really good is the FOOD. that nothing bad to say about the quality of food.
Food was excellent, but service was pretty slow. Our waiter was inattentive and left us waiting for very large periods of time. Only saw him maybe 3-4 times over the course of the meal. Overall though, it was worth it just for the food. Some of the best Italian my girlfriend and I have ever had.
Our service was a bit shakey at first but picked up towards the latter half of the meal. Or food was fantastic. The atomosphere has defientely improved since the renovation, but eataly (in general) is a lot of huddle and bussle; if you are comfortable with that, you will love this place.
NOT WELCOMING FOR NON-DRINKERS. My partner does not drink, and when we told our waiter we wouldn't be ordering a bottle of wine and asked about non-alcoholic options, he got visibly upset and scoffed that he could offer sprite or water. We asked about still vs. sparking water, asked for still, and instead he brought us tap water. In a two hour meal he did not check on us once. He tried to force us out, and we had to ask for the desert menu. Then at the end he literally slammed our receipt on the table—in front of my male partner, of course, despite the fact that I had paid and given him my card. It was the worst service I have ever had in New York, and we would have been better off at the Shake Shack at the park.
Not cheap, but well worth the cost. The prosciutto is a must, and absolutely worth ordering the additional mozzarella and "flatbread" (which are really delicious little discs of soft warm bread, not like crackers at all). The cacio e pepe was incredible, but so rich--if you order it, you will likely need to skip dessert.
Our server was Javis, and he was great.
We had a very good meal (I loved the short rib with polenta). The chicken dish portion was grotesquely huge, however. The service was almost atrocious. A very different experience to when I was there in December when the overall experience was otherworldly. Not sure what happened
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