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About Morso - NYC
Morso is a culmination of a life in food and a passion for culinary excellence. Thirty years ago Pino Luongo, brought the then unfamiliar flavors and culture of authentic Tuscan cooking to New York City. With the essence of his homeland at heart and a truly original style of cooking, Luongo shaped the Italian menus and restaurants we consider as classics today. For Morso, his values and passion remain unchanged. Great, seasonal ingredients, skillfully prepared, shared with family and friends. Taking little bites of inspiration from all over Italy and the Mediterranean, combined with Pino's finest signature dishes; Morso represents a quintessential dining experience—authentic contemporary cooking in a vibrant and relaxed setting.
New York, NY 10022
Italian, Contemporary European
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Mon-Sat: 5:30pm - 11:00pm; Sunday : 5:30pm-10pm
Lunch Mon-Sat 12:00pm - 3:00pm, Brunch: Sunday: 12:00am - 3:00pm
First Avenue and Sutton Place
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Experience the same great cuisine in your home or location of your choice. We are delighted to cater your next event from 20-2000. Please inquire with our private dining department.
Morso is happy to offer our guests $3 off every hour of parking right next door to our restaurant at 422 East 59th Street between 1st Ave & Sutton Place.
Entrances on both 58th & 59th Streets. Present your parking ticket to us for validation. Validated tickets must be presented to garage cashier at check-out. SUV rates may apply
4,5,or 6, N, Q, R Subway to 59th Street
Private Party Facilities:
Our Private Dining Alcove is steps away from our main dining room and offers guests a majestic view of the 59th Street Bridge. This semi-private space can seat up to 14 guests in a fun, casual ambience.You may order a la carte or select some of Morso signature dishes to create a special celebration.
Private Party Contact:
Ezma Samuel: (212) 759-2706
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Morso - NYC Ratings and Reviews
Service was poor !
Night ended with seeing a MOUSE scurrying around the restaurant! The Mgr was totally rude when we told him .. basically said ... just deal with it .. it’s NYC !
I live 2 blocks and this WAS our go to restaurant..
WILL NEVER RETURN NOR RECOMMEND!
DELICIOUS! Don't let the location fool you. The service is excellent and the food tasted like Grandma was in the kitchen with her apron on. The Rigatoni with hot and sweet sausage in a creamy red sauce was so delightful, I am still thinking about it. I will go back every time I am in NY!
Everything here is just as you would expect of a moderately-priced Italian restaurant. Food is ample and nicely prepared nothing unusual. Menu gives two entree choices - appetizer size & full size. Full size is for a hearty appetite. Noise level increases as the hours get closer to 8pm so if quiet is preferred, try dining at 5:30 and leaving by 7:30. Service is unusually helpful and prompt. A good neighborhood restaurant. If it's in *your* neighborhood, you will be neither surprised nor disappointed.
Have been dining at Morso for several years. It has always been wonderful. However, this time
a veal platter ordered by my wife was not up the the restaurant's standard. Must of the veal was
left on the plate.
When Roberto (manager) asked us if "everything had been OK, we told him our concern. When we asked for desserts, we were told that "dessert was on the house". Moreover, upon getting
our check, we never were charged for the disappointing platter. This was something to be expected of all good restaurants, but unfortunately- as I understand- it is not the case.
Kudos to Morso and its management.
Morso is a neighborhood Italian joint that just happens to be a great Italian restaurant. Our most recent meal was a last minute decision, and my wife decided we should all go out after a very busy week for everyone in the family. The meal we had was not only extraordinarily good, it was memorable. My wife had her favorite salad and my daughter and I had shared the special pasta as our appetizer. While there were a lot of yummy sounding specials on the menu, each of us stuck with the meals that keep us coming back to Morso, which for my daughter is the spaghetti Bolognese, but my wife the Rustica, and for me the osso bucco. I’ve probably had it at moreso one or two dozen times before this weekend, but I swear it just keeps getting better and better and I was apparently enjoying it so much that someone at a neighboring table said “I’ll have what he’s having!”
The service was terrible. Our waiter was arrogant. We had an 8PM reservation and they had already run out of two of the specials. We complained several times in order to get bread and serving spoons for our appetizers. Our check was adjusted at the end of the meal and we did receive complementary desserts, however we had to ask for that accommodation as well. I couldn't possibly say if the food was good or bad, as the venue was so completely unpleasant.
One fabulous lunch at the outside patio on a very hot Sunday. It was relaxing and breezy. I had the lemon sole and my husband had the sardines. We each had a glass of perfect prosecco. We had such a wonderful meal that we decided to have dinner last Saturday night. We chose to dine indoors and that was a mistake. The room is very, very noisy. I had the duck which had a thicker fat layer than it should have and when removed, the duck was almost tasteless and a bit dry. My husband had the skirt steak and absolutely loved it. The wine list is excellent without being very large, and I was thrilled to see a Barbera d'Alba which worked very well with our entrees. The blueberry tart was great while the carrot cake was almost a pudding and disappointing. I will most definitely return and will stick with the seafood.
Always my favorite! Great food with portion options. Good service. Pino the chef/owner is always charming and the perfect host. He often is in the dining room greeting people and offering suggestions. Outdoor dining under the 59th street bridge
And it's in my neighborhood.
Great choice for anyone in the mood for some authentic and innovative seasonal Italian food.
The food is excellent and gives you a choice of two plate sizes for pasta dishes. It can get a little loud at times and making it difficult to carry on a conversation. It is the only criticism that I have of the restaurant . The service is great and the place is very comfortable . I highly recommend it especially for those that live in the neighborhood .
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