Masseria dei Vini
Restauranteur Pino Coladonato, Peppe Iuele and Enzo Ruggiero have teamed up again with Interior Designer Libby Langdon, bringing you a modern update version of "Masseria". In the region of Puglia, in South Italy, Masseria were Fortified Farmhouses, and many of them now have been transformed into Restaurants or Hotels.
Executive Chef Pino Coladonato, native of Rutigliano (Bari), has created a menu that blends traditional with modern without overpowering one or the other.
The Menu features typical dishes from Puglia, such as "Crudo", the Italian word for "Raw", made with fish and shellfish, a lot of fresh homemade pastas and Ravioli.
The menu also offers Gourmet Pizza Neapolitan style.
The Restaurant offers an extensive wine by the glass program and a large selection of wine bottles, mainly from Italy, but without ignoring the rest of the world.
Monday - Sunday: 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Monday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Tuesday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 12:00am
Sunday: 3:00pm - 10:30pm
Hosted a couple visiting from Texas, one of whom has fairly picky eating options for health reasons. Were seated around 10 mins after our reservation time which was fine, and they took our coats too. the menu is fairly broad and there were several daily specials. I had a mushroom and veal stuffed ravioli which was very tasty and my wife had black/white fettucine daily special. My wife loved the frisce' salad although I thought was good but the lettuce was more bitter than I care for. The other couple had a flattened grilled chicken dishes which they raved about.
Amazing food and service. Would highly recommend this to anyone.....
Chose restaurant for a business lunch based on location. Was pleasantly surprised. A gem. Would go back for sure. I’m a vegan and they have options. Everyone in my group enjoyed their meals. Good wine selection but gets expensive for a good bottle.
Weekend in NYC. We ate dinner there 2 times. Service and food outstanding!
Thoroughly enjoyable meal and experience.
Food is excellent and the atmosphere is classy. It feels modern and authentic at the same time. Excellent
First time visiting and we enjoyed it!! My husband had the parpadelle and I ordered a chicken dish with onions and mushrooms in a delicate red wine sauce....plated with vegetables. Both entrees were very nice!! We’d return on our next trip to NYC.
Found this place to be a hidden gem and will definitely keep this as a go to place for a quality meal.
Superb homemade ravioli. Beet salad in white truffle oil dressing was excellent, as were desserts. Very good by-the-glass wine selection as well.
Sleek white interiors make and illuminated wine wall make for a stylish ambience.
Outstanding!!! I loved everything. Gianni is a class act GM in the industry. Mario was our server. The best!!! Place is excellent. Can you tell I highly recommend.
We had a wonderful dinner with family. The food and wine were delicious. Gino, our server was fantastic. We will be back again.
From the street, it does not look promising. But once inside, this restaurant has a nice vibe. We ordered off the menu (balsamic salad and pasta with hearty meat sauce) and were very satisfied. There were many daily specials to choose from also. The service was very attentive. We would go back.
Great ambience friendly staff and attentive service. Food was excellent. Will definitely return.
One of the very best restaurants! Excellent food, exceptional service, delivery of food was perfectly timed and the ambiance was quiet and relaxing. Highly recommend this great restaurant. Thank you.
Excellent meal and attentive service.
solid restaurant with good, but not exceptional food. Service tends to be a little rushed.
Pizza was excellent
The food and service is always excellent! It is our go-to place when we want a casual, delicious Italian meal.
My second time there. Great food and great service. I'm sure there will be a third time.
Great food, great service, great ambience! Would go here again in a heartbeat. In fact, we started planning an Italy trip while we were there :-)
Usually I rave about this restaurant. Must have been an off day. The steak was a little tough. I usually get pasta, risotto or fish and it has always been superb. Staff was a little less attentive than usual.
Food & service was excellent!! Everything is ways good here..
Great Places.!!! Nos gusta mucho sus vinos y la comida Italiana. Muy buen servicio. Mozos hablan español _ Ingles.
Loved. The bartender wAs so sweet and helpful. Going to try and go back again this visit. The truffle fettuccine was amazing !!!!
Delicious birthday dinner with terrific service! We were running late and called to reschedule - they were very accommodating! Well worth the wait!!
My favorite nyc restaurant!
Impeccable service and wonderful dishes. Excellent wine list
We were very pleased with Masseria dei Vini. It is a true Italian restaurant. There are lots and lots of Italian restaurants in New York, but many of them are quite far from the kind of experience you find in Italy. Masseria dei Vini in its menu, presentation and wine list, is very true Italian. We had some of the specials and some dishes off the menu. All were fresh and well-prepared with attention to ingredients and combinations of flavors. The wine list had a range of options, including some fine reasonably priced wines. We will return.
The food was delicious and the service very pleasant and professional . When we got there, we were assigned the « worst » table - in a very busy area despite the fact that we made the res well in advance. The manager saw our discontent and gave us a better table. Our dinner was outstanding.
We walked down from Lincoln Center, and it was a perfect post theater meal. Strongly recommended for late night dining.
delicious food with old school italian waiters. the service was very good and we could have half portions of pasta which i appreciate. the gnocchi with taleggio and radicchio was among the best gnocchi i've had--and i've eaten A LOT of gnocchi in my years!
When I handed the waiter my credit card, it was strange that he asked me in front of my guest, "How Much Tip Do You Want To Leave?"
A bit noisy.
Otherwise, a lovely place and a welcome addition to the neighborhood.
Spectacular meal - and we bought one of the wines we sampled; three courses and three wines, picked for us by the waiter. A Montepulciano I think. Wonderful place - we’ll be back!
This was my first time at Masseria and was pleasantly surprised. The food was quite good and the menu had lots of great choices. Services was good as well. Will definitely come back when up in the west 50's.
To start they served a bread basket with olive oil and lentils. It was something I have never had before and it was very good. The pasta special with shrimp and porcini mushrooms was delicious. The truffle menu looked fantastic but I wasn't willing to splurge. The wine recommended by the server was a perfect match for our taste and the price was reasonable.
Had a lovely meal. The Specialty salad and our ravioli dishes were excellent. The service was excellent and would recommend!
My husband and I dined here on our way to a performance at Lincoln Center. The restaurant was very accommodating. We were served and out in plenty of time, even though they were very busy. The staff was polite and efficient. Our food was quite good and we would come again.
Great food, wonderful service. The restaurant was bustling at 5:30, but we never felt rushed. Just a few blocks south of Lincoln Center and away from the few restaurants that are always so crowded across from the Center during opera season. We will definitely come back!
The far west side of Midtown, especially above 54th Street and below the Time Warner Center, has been a restaurant wasteland. This is surprising with all the new residential development in the area. Masseria dei Vini is a first class, Italian restaurant that would hold its own in the best neighborhoods and is a standout in this one. The food quality was excellent and the portion sizes substantial, along with a hefty price tag. I had the lamb shank over risotto and the meat was tender, falling off the bone and the risotto light and fresh. Not the heavy take on osso buco of a typical Italian restaurant, but very tasty and just right. Make sure to order dessert. Mamma Mia!
The wine list is long and features wines from all of the Italian regions. From the street front to the back of the house the decor is upscale and welcoming. We frequently eat at the Masseria on 47th Street before a show, but the new outpost will be a more regular occasion spot for us when we are willing to spend a little more and get a lot more.