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Amarone’s homey indoor-outdoor trattoria on the edge of the theater district on 9th Avenue between 47th and 48th offers amazing eats that reflect the owners’ Italian background. Amarone stands out as one of New York’s best values in Hell’s Kitchen and surpasses even the highest expectations. Amarone has taken the expression “make your customers feel at home” to the next level. Sometimes it is hard to leave.
New York, NY 10036
Italian, Steak, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday: 12:00pm - 11:30pm
Friday - Saturday: 12:00pm - 12:00am *Please note we accept groups of 6 or less for online reservations. If you are a group of 7+ please contact the restaurant directly to make your reservation.
47 & 48 street
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Beer, Corkage Fee, Delivery, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Amarone Ratings and Reviews
The food was very good and the service was excellent. Keep in mind it is a small restaurant and they jam in the tables, so you are very tight. It was pre-theatre so the restaurant was packed, we even had to wait in line for the bathroom. Even with the crowd though the wait staff did well and the food was quick and good. I would definitely recommend but if you want to have a leisurely dinner come in after the theatre crowd leaves. The place was empty by the time we left.
What a lovely restaurant. The food was delicious , the service was excellent and ambiance was perfect. Went for dinner after the theatre with 6 friends and all of our meals including dessert were excellent. Definetly recommend this charming Italian restaurant.
Service was warm, friendly and attentive. Prices are good for Manhattan but you trade that off for quality of the food I guess. Had chicken parm and it looked like it was pounded down and dry. The rigatoni was over cooked and broke apart trying to pick it up with a fork. This Italian food may past muster from a tourist but growing up in New York around Italian food it just didn't make the cut in my book Try elsewhere
Hostess was very friendly and seated us right away. It was so hot in the restaurant that we were sweating within a few minutes of sitting down. It was an unusually warm evening for Jan in NYC, but they had the heat cranked up. Tables are very close together. Ordered the pear salad and it was very disappointing. Pear was from a can and had zero flavor. We ordered the seafood pasta with scallops and shrimp. The scallops were very rubbery and the sauce was flavorless. We could not wait to leave because it was loud, hot and the food really wasn’t very good. Very disappointing based upon previous reviews we had read.
Simpaticissimo ed educatissimo Christian che ha tenuto allegra e scherzosa l’atmosfera del nostro pranzo natalizio.
Molto buoni i primi piatti di pasta. La carne troppo bruciata in superficie ma con buona cotture interna (brace troppo calda). Nel complesso si è mangiato bene. Conto un po’ caro (5 persone con 1 bottiglia di vino locale primo e carne con dolce 587$ !).
I ordered a tea for $4 and was unable to drink it because it tasted so bad. I left it full at the edge of the table and I was never questioned if there was a problem. The full price remained on the bill. The bread was not warm and was uneventful. There was no spice mix for the olive oil, which we have to pour ourselves. The main course was very good, but I would have expected more pasta with the veal. That's not terribly expensive, correct? The final injustice was the 'Happy Birthday' song and single cake piece & candle at the end of the meal. Complementary, correct? No, they charged me 9.00 for a piece of cake I didn't even order. Very disappointed that a small town Virginia Italian restaurant is better than a NYC Italian restaurant. Who would have known?
I choose the restaurant based on reviews that mentioned it being a popular neighborhood place, and even a good place for a date. My old college roommate was in town and we wanted a reasonably priced restaurant where we could talk. Amarone did not disappoint! The food was tasty, and the service was attentive without being overbearing. The variety of patrons, from older couples to families with young children testified to the popularity of the place.
We went to Amarone on our annual girls weekend to NYC. While the food was very good , we felt that our server was not very attentive. The restaurant was very noisy and we had a hard time hearing him as he told us the specials. When we asked him to repeat , he seemed annoyed. We would go there again for the food and hopefully the service will be better.
The atmosphere was very pleasant and the restaurant was close to the theater we were attending for the evening. Very attentive service and the food was good. We had a nice bottle of Chianti for dinner - a bit pricey at $75 for the bottle. I would definitely recommend Amarone for authentic Italian cuisine. Dress lightly as it is very warm inside with all of the diners and it does get a bit loud as tables are rather close to each other. All-in-all, we had a very pleasant dining experience.
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