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About Osteria al Doge
Located in the heart of Times Square in the theatre district, Osteria al Doge has become renowned for offering authentic Venetian cuisine whether for a high power lunch, friendly get together or dinner before or after the theatre. Throughout the Years, Osteria al Doge has developed a glowing reputation for its use of only the best quality products & the freshest produce, not to mention its charming atmosphere. The balcony dinning area is perfect for private functions; flowers & colorful Italian ceramics all contribute to the compelling atmosphere of this wonderful room. Osteria al Doge promises much more than distinctive atmosphere and fabulous food: Count on our personal attention and overriding commitment to making your event a smashing success.
New York, NY 10036
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 4:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:30pm, Sunday: 4:00pm - 10:30pm
6th Avenue and Broadway
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Lunch delivery service available
Meyers - next door - pre-theater, Astor Parking - 1500 Broadway, Hippodrome - 44th Street or 6th Avenue
N,R,S,1,9,2,3,7 trains at 42nd Street
Private Party Facilities:
Private party facilities available
Private Party Contact:
Damien Peyre or Olivier Robert: (212) 944-3643
Bar Dining, Beer, Delivery, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access
Special Events & Promotions:
In order to arrive for your New Years reservation please include your email and or fax number to recieve your pass to access the restaurant.
Osteria al Doge Ratings and Reviews
Service was poor at best, very inattentive. Upstairs dining area very poorly lit with ceiling lights, nothing to improve the ambiance. The waiter never came back to check in after entree delivery and never brought a child plate for sharing. Ordered coffee and never delivered one of the three, we had to ask and he almost was argumentative about it. Bread basket was terrible, stale and hard, should have served as a prop..Two of four entrees were almost inedible (spinach ravioli portion looked almost as if half of it was forgotten). The fish was undercooked, the appetizer of grilled vegetables was almost raw, no balsamic vinegar as the menu highlighted. Heavy, clumpy sauces with Lukewarm food. One final point...we were a group of four women and a young girl. The door is very heavy and hard to open, and the male host who stood right by the door and was not busy, offered zero help as we struggled with the door. Have been here at least a few times over the years. They should be embarrassed at how far this place has fallen. Captive audience in the theatre district, still should not be an insult to even occasional diner. Will not return.
Been to Osteria many many times and it never disappoints. The decor around Christmas is beautiful - classic, not overdone. Every time I go I order the beef carpaccio - always excellent - and the spaghetti alla vongole, also excellent, served with fresh clams (not the canned chopped clams). Our server Alan was great - we were his 1st table as a server and he was very attentive and helpful. The lemon drop martinis are always also divine. A favorite restaurant in NYC. Have taken many friends here and they all love it.
My first time dining here. We were seated promptly even though it was the busy holiday season in NY. Our server was friendly and personable. There were plenty of busboys refilling water and bread was brought out promptly. The menu had a good variety and the food was very tasty. Upon leaving, several staff said good night. Over all, dining at Osteria al Doge was a good experience.
My friend & I had dinner at Osteria al Doge before seeing a play across the street. We had dined there years before & I remembered it being a good restaurant.
This time was even more impressive. The restaurant was beautifully decorated for the holidays. And the food was delicious. We were so pleased that we selected it.
Stumbled on this place after doing a Yelp search for Italian restaurants near our hotel and the theater. We needed a post-Theater meal, and this restaurant had an opening for a 9:30 reservation. The restaurant itself is very cozy, but not overly crowded. The service and food were all outstanding. We shared a margarita pizza and ravioli stuffed with baby eggplant and goat cheese. So good! We didn’t really have room, but decided to also share the Tiramisu, because it looked so good. It didn’t disappoint! I would absolutely dine here again.
A hidden gem just off time Times Square! We were visiting NYC for the weekend to take in the holiday festivities this time of year. We were in the mood for authentic Italian cuisine and a
mid-town location. The place was decorated beautifully with classic, traditional Christmas decorations. A great bar layout and charming ambience. We had a great candlelight table for two at the front window, so great for people watching. Friendly-staff. Food and wine selection excellent. I couldn't have asked for a better dinning experience on a Saturday night.
My daughters, sister and I were in NYC to celebrate a special birthday. We ate here before going to a play.mit was decorated for the holdiays and looked beautiful. We were late for our reservation due to traffic in the city but they were able to seat us and our service was delightful. Great food, great ambiance, great location.
We were a party of 11 and we all enjoyed our meal and experience there. The service was OUTSTANDING; very accommodating, personal and on top of everything. The portions were moderate and the food tasted like you were eating from someone's personal kitchen - homemade. The setting was charming; our only complaint was that we were on the second floor and it was extremely hot up there - we mentioned it to our waitress and it seemed to cool off for a little bit, but then we all got very hot again. Would definitely return .... one of the exceptionally good dishes was their ravioli filled with roasted eggplant and goat cheese!! You won't be disappointed with your meal there!!
Met friends for dinner. Sat upstairs (a little more room up there!). Great pastas. Service was attentive and personable. Wine recommendation was excellent. Swordfish was divine. Parpadelle all Bolognese was superb. One of our favorite places for lunch/dinner especially during the holiday season.
We found Osteria al Doge about 15 years ago through reviews online. We typically stay near midtown and Times Square, so this restaurant is perfectly located. It is probably our favorite restaurant to dine at while in New York because it is reasonably prices and the food is delicious. There is a coziness and warmth here. Once you walk in the door, you would never know the chaos of Times Square is right down the street. This visit, there were four of us dining. We were placed at a nice table not too far from the front door. The focaccia bread with rosemary basket is a must! We learned this on the first visit and get it every time! Two of us had the mozzarella and proscuitto which was very good, and two had the pasta e fagioli - and they loved the soup! For entrees, my husband said the veal scallopine was superb; I had the spinach and ricotta ravioli in brown butter sage, very good. My cousin loved her bowl of tagliatelle alla bolognese and her husband had the lasagna and said it was delicious. We had no room for dessert, but know from past experiences here that they are also delicious, as well as antipastas and their pizzas. You can't go wrong with Osteria al Doge!
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