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dell'anima means "of the soul" in Italian and the food features hearty, eloquent dishes of thoughtful simplicity. Our menu offerings change daily, and we use local, seasonal, sustainably harvested produce where possible. Our menu features a selection of pastas made in-house daily, traditional dishes rarely found outside of Italy, and Italian-inspired creations that are of Thompson's own invention. Our wine list features an array of small production, high-quality selections with an emphasis on traditional and natural winemaking. Over 200 hand-chosen wines are selected for flavor, uniqueness and tradition. dell'anima is open weekend brunch and dinner daily. Reservations are recommended but we accept many walk-ins.
New York, NY 10014
Hours of Operation:
Saturday & Sunday 11am - 3pm
Sunday 5pm - 12am
Monday - Thursday 5:30pm - 12am
Friday 5:30pm - 1am
Saturday 5pm - 1am
Between Jane and West 12th Streets
$31 to $50
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Jane Street Garage
A, C, E & L trains to 14th Street/8th Avenue and 1, 2 & 3 trains to 14th Street/7th Avenue.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Weekend Brunch, Wine
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dell'anima Ratings and Reviews
The tajarin carbonara was the hands down best item on the menu. The pollo ai diavolo was also an amazing concoction, with an alluring crispy outside and clean white breast inside. The greens also paired nicely. Not too spicy, but enough to awaken the taste buds. The restaurant has a great date ambiance: small, cozy, and authentic. Expect about $30 a person excluding tip. Well done dell’anima. We will return soon.
Friendly check in, seated on time. We had Tagliatelle alla Bolognes, Fried Gnocchi with rabbit, Tajarin alla Carbonara and Venison. All the pastas were fresh, perfectly done and quite tasty. The Venison was medium rare and the star of the night. Service was very good and will come back for sure!!!
Had a res at chef counter, was told we would be seated. Then ended up eating at the bar after waiting patiently for 20-30 mins. First bartender was great, second one acted as if we had offended her somehow. Tough to get a drink or attention even though no one was at the bar. I’m sure it was just an off night.
This was my second visit to Dell'Anima, and it hit a home run once again! It's a small restaurant and tables are very close together. That being said, it has the feel of a cozy neighborhood trattoria. And the food is fantastic! If you're a fan of carbonara, you MUST try Dell'Anima's deconstructed version where you mix everything together yourself on your plate, including the raw egg. The cheese and speck that they use in their version give it a very unique flavor. Also enjoyed their crispy branzino braised in citrus juices with olives. One of the best branzinos I've ever eaten. I highly recommend Dell'Anima to anyone who loves creative Italian cuisine.
After having a meal here 6 years ago, we came back for our 5 year wedding anniversary. The food was even better than we remembered. The staff was extremely helpful and even with a small misstep in forgetting to place our appetizer order, they very quickly took care of the mistake and had the food out to us. Thanks for a memorable night and full stomachs.
We were in NYC for two days and looking for a good Italian restaurant. This was a great choice! The lily confit bruschetta was garlicky goodness. The bone marrow dish was rich and delicious. The pasta was delicious- just chewy enough and each version was its own delight: the bucatini arrabiatta was pleasantly spicy and the bolognese was meaty. Four of us shared the carmelized tapioca with Concord grape gelato which was enough for 3-4 bites each and a smooth, fresh finish to a wonderful meal. The service was there magically whenever needed. It was quite noisy when we got there at 8:30pm (we were seated immediately) until around 10pm (weeknight) when things quieted down.
I was so pleased that I was able to get a reservation here to enjoy a fabulous Sunday night meal with our adult daughter. The pasta is a must, rarely have I had pasta that was clearly homemade with a simple spicy tomato sauce with perfect balance between the tomatoes and spice. Our waitress was very attentive and extremely helpful with suggestion. My biggest complaint is how hard it is to get reservation both here and at it's sister restaurant.
Was referred here by a bar tender and it was excellent. Our server was attentive and made excellent recommendations. The portions are just the right size so that you can enjoy dessert and coffee afterwards and not feel stuffed. The Bolognese sauce was about the best I've tasted and the Rum-Almond cake was out of this world. Highly recommend this cozy restaurant.
Very disappointed with the long wait time. Had to wait about 25 minutes for the table that had finished eating and would not leave. Management did nothing about it and when asked if they would we were told that is not how the restaurant operates. Very small restaurant and patrons knew we were standing, basically waiting for them to leave. They had paid for food and were just hanging out. It was a bit passive aggressive from the customer and total disregard from for us who were waiting around for 25 minutes for them to leave. Didn’t even offer a drink or something to smooth the transition.
We went to celebrate my daughter's birthday and had a nice dinner up until the end. We had appetizers, entrees, drinks and a bottle of wine. We ordered a dessert which came with 2 biscotti, which were very good. When we asked our waitress for 2 extra biscotti she said she would have to charge us $2 per biscotti if we wanted an extra. After we spent a lot of money on our dinner they were nickel and dimeing us. This is not how a restaurant of this caliber should operate. We have been here before and enjoyed it...but never again. This is not how you treat customers!!!
Really outstanding food. Not run of the mill Italian at all. A nice sense of adventure in the menu with some items I've never seen before. Terrific wine list that goes up to "way out of my budget" territory.
Service was terrific - prompt, knowledgeable and informative.
Overrated and overpriced. Waiter seemed annoyed by my presence. Very cute restaurant in charming party of town. Food was fine, but nothing spectacular. I had an arugula salad, 2 glasses of wine, bruschetta and split the risotto with my friend. Will not return. Too many other options in NYC.
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