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About Bread & Tulips
BREAD & TULIPS (Pane & Tulipani) is a cozy neighborhood spot serving rustic Italian cooking in a casual setting. The menu is inspired by the regional diversity of Italy and features handmade pastas and pizzas in addition to traditional antipasti, crostini etc.
The warmly-lit dining room is informal and comfortable; a simple tulip adorns each table.
Our Wine Alcove, provides a welcoming space for larger parties of 8 - 14 guests. A family-style group dining menu with optional wine pairings is available.
New York, NY 10016
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday 12pm to 10pm
Saturday 5pm to 11pm
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Nearest Garage on 28th Street between Park & Lexington Ave
Street Parking after 6pm:
Subway (6 Train on Park and 28th Street)
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Please visit http://www.breadandtulipsnyc.com/private-events/
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Bread & Tulips offers five different spaces for private dining events and cocktail receptions: our Wine Alcove, semi-private Back Room, Parkside Lounge, Penthouse Suite, and outdoor Rooftop Terrace in the warmer months. We also welcome you to rent out the entire restaurant for larger events.
Bread & Tulips Ratings and Reviews
I've been to Bread & Tulips a couple of times now, and it's great. The ambiance is lovely and they're able to handle larger groups, but it's not too loud or overwhelming--it's a good place for a date, too. They were happy to accommodate my request to have the pasta carbonara without meat, and it--and everything else we ordered--was delicious. Our server was very friendly and helpful. The desserts were delicious, as well. Highly recommend.
Nice Italian restaurant on Park Ave. South. Have walked by it many times coming from church on Sundays when it is closed so was curious to try a Saturday night meal. Nice atmosphere and our waitress was very friendly. The food however, was very slow to come out. We didn't order anything particularly unique so it just seemed like a kitchen problem. Everything was good, however, except for a side dish which was ice cold and had to be sent back to be reheated. I suspect it had sat there for a while as our main dishes were being finished. What we ordered: my husband and his friend shared the octopus appetizer (not my thing) which my husband said was perfectly cooked. Also the fried artichokes were good. I had a chicken dish, my husband had the seafood pasta and our friend had salmon. All were good except for the cold side dish of broccoli rabe. Nice trendy (a little noisy) atmosphere and at no time did we feel rushed. Would go back!
Food was good. Ambiance was good. The only thing that needs MAJOR IMPROVEMENT is the service. Our waitress that night was completely disengaged. Other than that, our party of 8 had a great time celebrating our friend's birthday. Would come again if we had a different server.
Our appetizers were delicious. Everyone else loved their meal. I didn't love my chicken - it reminded me of something you would get at a wedding when they're mass producing generic meals. The desserts were delicious. The setting was perfect for a group of four to be able to hear eachother talk.
First time at this restaurant and fell in love. All our items were amazing (minus the tiramisu which we weren’t a fan of but the waitress kindly took off our bill and replaced with the chocolate mousse which was delicious). The service was impeccable. Our waitress was really sweet and helpful in recommending items to us. Decor was great. Definitely will return.
This upbeat neighborhood gem in the basement of the boutique Hotel Giraffe never disappoints. The ingredients used for the Northern Italian cuisine are always fresh. The menu which includes homemade pastas and pizza is broad enough to satisfy anyone’s taste. Everyone there makes us feel welcome. They even remembered our favorite table and saved it for us on a busy weekend night. I wish it were that easy to enjoy oneself at all restaurants in NY.
This is one of our favorite mid-town places. It's a wonderful inconspicuous restaurant and bar. Be forewarned - the bar area can be noisy and creep over to the dining side. But other than that, the food is superior, the service impeccable, and the ambiance inviting.
Our server for the evening was Alexis. Very attentive but not hovering. We started our meal with perfectly made Negronis. The bread, oil and salt were brought to our table. Crisp exterior, tender interior. If you're gluten free you will be very sad you're not eating the bread. We split the fresh ricotta appetizer with more excellent bread. Light, milky, creamy and more than enough for two. (We'll try the other apps on other nights). I ordered the homemade pappardelle with lamb ragout. Silky herbed pasta, spicy rich sauce. My husband had the Long Island Duck. Perfectly cooked, with crisp seasoned skin. The braised balsamic cabbage a perfect foil to the richness of the duck. For dessert my husband had the chocolate mousse & hazelnut gelato. Rich and decadent. I had the Tartufo al Limoncello. Creamy and refreshing. We ordered a bottle of wine with our meal that was delicious and really reasonably priced. Most bottles under $40. The couple at the table next to us had a pizza- it looked/smelled wonderful. We're going back, soon.
We are a group of 4 that used to work together but retirements and diffeeent job sites have separated us. What a treat to have had dinner on an Aug Wed night. The Restaurant Week menu was solid and they readily substituted pasta with garlic and olive oil as a vegetarian option for one of our group. We were able to find a reasonably priced bottle of wine.
We were able to chat and were not hurried and when we asked for more bread it we were readily accommodated. We had a great time.
Elegant restaurant with regal food and rustic decor. Though I went with a friend, it would be better suited for couples (the candles and lighting and seating arrangements I why I say this). Food is pretty good, with a variety of delicious options listed on the menu. I would recommend this restaurant!
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