10 Corso Como - New York
Carefully crafted specialty dishes originating from the Italian “cucina povera” highlight fresh, flavorful ingredients, including homemade pasta, braised meats and organic salads. An array of Italian wines headline the expertly curated wine list.
One of my favorite spots for lunch and dinner. Great vibe, wonderful staff and delicious food. It's my go-to and I can't wait until summer when the outdoor seating is up and running.
Excellent appetizer (meatball and fritto misto), the pastas was perfect al dente. Tiramisù amazing. Great experience
Experience was great. The pasta was delicious and the service was great. The wine list is very good and has multiple options. The only thing I would not recommend is the tuba tartar appetizer- it was fishy. Otherwise, the food was great.
The setting is really fun and creative from the hand crafted b/w tiles in the entry way to the various design elements that reference the Corso Como circle logo. I'd definitely go when the shop is open as that, in my opinion, is the real draw. Wonderful signature bags, products and well curated beauty and fashion finds.
The food was good---competent.(Note: this was my second time dining here.) But, I felt the menu was a bit heavy, creamy. Squash risotto was the big hit as well as the seasonal Mozzarella. Side greens were ok--What I love about Italian food is that even a side of spinach can be spectacular with the right touch of salt, garlic, olive oil. Spinach was ok but nothing special. Coffee was great.
I'd suggest for dinner with a group/sharing. Or afternoon/late morning coffee/small plate with a friend.
10 Corso Como is my new go-to spot for just about anything. I met up with friends for a brunch before the New Year, and now I want to take everyone I know. The space is beautiful, the food is great, and it is a relaxing and gorgeous environment. I love the new Seaport area!
Solid food, friendly service, sterile techno-Milan ambience in an over gentrified neighborhood. One and done
This has quickly become my favorite new restaurant in the city. Food is delicious, staff is welcoming and the vibe is very Italian.
The bread was not fresh, salad a little overdressed and we did not care for the gnocchi - it was tasteless. The risotto was good.
Great service and killer spaghetti pomodoro.
Very modern and upscale but menu was not very exciting for such quite high prices.
Need to work on service. Did not offer hot bread, olive oil, etc
Needs much better coordination. Salmon was cold, bland &
uninteresting. Salas fair....
Meh.... not the same charming meets crazy fashion vibe as Milan. Rolls at the beginning of meal were the second best part of experience after the nice bartender.
Beautiful beautiful place the food was terrific the Cacio Pepe; one of the best! Service was amazing!!!
Will be back
Great food/wine and lovely service from Zack, our waiter. Looking forward to returning often as I work in the area.
Outstanding service, great food , excellent location , the made in Italy is always appreciated!! My new favorite restaurant in the city !
Have been here several times now and love it. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. Service is good (although a little clumsy).
My favorite dish so far is the cacio e pepe! Am still exploring the menu. They also make fabulous cocktails.
The restaurant is beautiful. Service very good. Unfortunately the food was a major disappointment. Very expensive and not worth the price,
Everything was correct from the service at the door. My cocktail was done perfectly and I thought the food was very clean and precise. Even the bread rolls and olive oil and balsamic was high quality. We started with the Meatballs, Pasta Cacio e Pepe and Minestrone. Our entrees were Spaghetti with Mullet Roe, Seafood Stew (awesome smoky toast that comes with it) and the Branzino (nicely filet). Finished off with a classic Tiramisu and some nice sorbet. It’s a new restaurant and I really hope it does well as we definitely lack such “good class” restaurant in this city and where the cooking is done with some real pride. Well done!
I have enjoyed both lunch and dinner at 10CC. Service is friendly and accommodating and the atmosphere is vibrant and spacious.
Food is good, some dishes better than average, but main courses at dinner are way too small, especially the pasta dishes.
Delicious! Great, attentive service! So happy this place has arrived. The other local places are going to have to step up their game now!
This is a very comfortable restaurant, with a relatively low noise level, thoughtful lighting and a sophisticated decor. The food is quite nice. My friend and I shared a house salad, which combines lettuces with shaved carrots and radishes with flash cooked broccoli, resulting in a tasty variety of textures and flavors. The house bread is served warm, a welcome touch. I had the zuppa de pesce at the recommendation of our server. A lovely looking dish topped with two giant prawns and served with toasted slabs of bread for dipping in the seafood broth, the soup was tasty but under seasoned and ultimately, a disappointment. My friend had the cannelloni, which were good but not the type of gourmet Italian dish I would expect in a restaurant with this type of flair. The pistachio/raspberry semifreddo we shared for dessert was the highlight of the meal. Would I go back? Yes, for an al fresco lunch come the summer and perhaps another dinner. Those of us who live in the north end of FiDi are just now starting to enjoy a variety of new restaurants in the area and 10 Corso Como is a great addition to the neighborhood dining options.
We had a great girls’ reunion. A little hard to get the check and get out on time for our concert, but we made it!
I've been to 10 Corso Como three times. It's quite delicious. The ambiance is interesting. I'm a designer and wonder if it will stand the test of time, but that's besides the point. It's a large restaurant but has been divided so you don't notice. I'd recommend the booths near the windows, as those in the back are a bit brighter than I like. I had the cannelloni and the Corse Como salad. Both were delicious. I asked for tomato sauce because the cannelloni is rich and they happily brought me some. No attitude. Wait, am I in New York? My friend had a fish stew which she liked, but fund slightly under seasoned. The semi-fredo was wonderful. I highly recommend. The service is great, but almost too good. They hover a bit too much for my liking. That's a small price to pay for a good dining experience.
Terrible atmosphere and lighting with shockingly old fashioned design (not in a good way) — overpriced for what you get. There are way better options, even in Financial District.
It was like being in Milano. The "crudi" was excellent
Minestrone soup was wonderful, you can make meal out of it.
The food was delicious. The price hight, but in line with similar restaurants in the neighborhood. It's also upscale and attached to the uber-trendy store where you could lose your child's yearly tuition in the blink of an eye. My complaint is that the waitstaff kept trying to clear our plates away, when we did't want that and the hostess had a bit more attitude than I'd prefer. Another nice plus was wonderful bread.
Vergognosol! Bad food, worse service. The dishes presented badly and without flavor. The only acceptable dish was braised. The waiter did not know the dishes, could not explain them, did not know the menu of the day. Imbarazzante!
This is my second time at this resaaursnt - this time for lunch. The place is beautiful - the food good - but the portions are very small for the prices they are charging. No lunch menu so the menu is the same as their dinner menu. If they want to attract repeat business lunch clients -
they should introduce a lunch menu.
Huge interior space with very comfortable circular booths. Interesting design, but less intimate and unique than I expected for the 10 Cosro Como brand. Italian classics with a twist (Rigatoni Caci Pepe).
The real draw is the store which is adjacent to the restaurant and features signature designs on everything from tote bags to Vinegar and Oil sets as well as other cool brands/items. The outdoor seating is charming, smaller scale and would be a good place to meet for coffee. Food is very good, but a bit pricey compared to other places in the area. We went for lunch. Seemed a better place for larger groups or dinners.
Stunning restaurant, AMAZING staff, great wine, tad pricey and portions were on the smaller side. Pasta was outstanding!
Why go to some bar/restaurant near Pier 17 before a show when you can get real food and real ambiance? Food was very good, service on their game.
I had the zuppa de pesce. While it was delicious, I wished it had a little more seafood in it. Clams and mussels are relatively cheap. Regardless, it was a great dinner.