About Armani Ristorante 5th Avenue
Immersed in the heart of Manhattan, overlooking Fifth Avenue; Armani Ristorante lends itself to forge a new form of dining experience. The dazzling Italian trendy decor by Fuksas mingled with culinary creations communicate through each bite and each eyesight the personality and the beliefs of a distinctive philosophy that has changed the world through its innovative creations. In a place where vanguard cuisine marries traditional Italian cuisine our guests will savor the wonders of our exclusive dishes, and the impeccable care of our service absorbed in our unique surroundings that remains together elegant and relaxed.
New York, NY 10022
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Saturday: 11:45AM - 5:30PM
Monday - Saturday: 5:30PM - 10:00PM
Sunday: 11:45PM - 3:00PM
$31 to $50
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Armani Ristorante features Italian Aperitivo Monday through Friday, from 5:30PM to 7:30PM. On Thursdays, Armani Ristorante offers its premium Aperitivo, selecting its amazing no-charge finger food appetizers from different regions of Italy. It lends its beautiful lounge bar to all the Armani aficionados as the perfect meeting place on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan.
Central Parking Systems, 58 West 58th Street New York 212.593.3867 and Central Parking Systems 201 West 56th Street New York, New York 212.586.3665
4/5 train to 59th Street, 6 train to 51st Street, F train to 57th street/6th Avenue, N,R,W and Q train to 5th ave/53rd Street and the E/V to 5th Ave.
Private Party Facilities:
For questions regarding the planning of your party at Armani Ristorante/5th Avenue please contact our event coordinator.
Private Party Contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org: (212) 207-1902
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, View, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
212-207-1902 for event inquiries.
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Armani Ristorante 5th Avenue Ratings and Reviews
Restaurant absolutely sucked! Ruined our anniversary dinner. There were 5 people there, we barely received any service. The waiter left us a drink menu and said “once you order your drink I will bring the dinner menu” who told you I wanted a drink? In any case we ordered two and they were atrocious. My fiancee’s drink was disgusting and looked like a mojito when it was supposed to be a martini. What a damn shame considering it was $18. We got up and left as the service took over 30 min just to get our dinner menu. Terrible place. The manager calls me and tells me that I left without explanation and offered to bring me back while I was still in town. I declined and said that it was not worth my time. It wasn’t.
Have been here several times and generally its been excellent. The food always good and great service. This time it was not as good. We waited for food, there was a very cold draft from the windows (they should have warned us and sat us at one of the open tables in the middle), we repeatedly had to ask for things (ie bread, water) and the food lacked flavor. Based on prior experience I will go back because it has always been great in the past and the restaurant is physically beautiful, the service has always been great as has the food, and the view is great across 5th Ave. Hopefully this one "off" experience is just an oddity.
A very lovely restaurant where you are greeted by servers dressed in Armani. Some stunning modern architecture within the building, the atmosphere is what you would expect the future to look like. Pasta Mains are quite reasonable for such an upmarket place at $30 or under. They’re made perfectly aldente. We had the special-occasion 4 course Christmas menu, and we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.
This is a neighborhood gem that's hidden in midtown (which I love). While it's a great spot for a drink at the bar, away from the hustle and bustle of 5th Avenue, you would be missing out if you didn't stay for a meal. The chef creates amazing dishes (try the tuna tartare, rigatoni, octopus salad) that are a work of art as well as a treat for your palate. The service is fantastic and friendly, and some of the most attractive people you'll see in NYC.
The service was VERY slow. Shockingly, the bathrooms were very untidy - paper towels on the floor, toilet paper on the ground in the stalls. Food was tasty; portions were tiny. Maybe they were unprepared for a larger than usual lunch clientele? Hard to know. I won't be back.
Disappointing and overpriced. Big delays in the kitchen and the server just kept us waiting. There was no apology given, and no explanation. We had to ask for bread multiple times, and water multiple times as we waited for our very late, and overpriced food. In a restaurant of this reputation, it is expected staff will be properly trained to handle the unusual kitchen problem with greater tact.
I’m always pretty skeptical about Italian food abroad, but I have to say that the Armani Restaurant was a pleasant surprise!!!!
Everything we ordered was very good and well presented, more specifically octopus was delicious, my lamb main course very tasty and even the risotto (difficult to find a good one even in Italy) was cooked to perfection!!!! Tables are comfortable and service was also very good!!!! Great experience!!!!
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