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About Felice 64 Wine Bar
This cozy NYC restaurant showcases a relaxed ambiance, with subdued lighting, exposed brick walls lined with linear shelves filled with wine, as well as rich, tufted leather seats. Italian wines and flavors from Tuscany are now served in a modern space, infused with traditional elements, on Manhattan's Upper East Side. Felice features classic Italian dishes from the menu of its sister restaurant, Sant Ambroeus, as well as tasting items and small plates.
New York, NY 10065
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday-Friday 11:30 AM TO 4:30 PM
Brunch: Saturday-Sunday 11.30AM TO 5PM
Dinner: Sunday-Wednesday 5PM TO 11PM
Thursday-Saturday 5PM TO 11PM
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We offer catering services and private use of our space. Please email email@example.com or call (212) 207 6680 ext. 5
N, R, Q, 4, 5, 6 to 59th Street/Lexington Ave F to Lexington Ave/63rd Street
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Felice 64 Wine Bar Ratings and Reviews
The food was delicious. We had the wine pairings and a three course Restaurant Week menu. It was our Valentines Day date and it was perfect. The food is warm and heavy and yummy. Fresh. Beautiful. The ambiance and decor is also really intimate and dark and lovely.
Charming wine bar and Italian restaurant with a rustic ambiance and friendly service. The wine list features some lovely options when it comes to Italian wine by the glass and the pasta was delightful. Felice 64 has a charming, rustic atmosphere that lends itself nicely to an evening involving big sweaters, jeans and a gorgeous glass of red wine on a cold winter's night. Highly recommended!
Simply the best! A find that was recommended by our daughter. I had the most delicious pasta dish, with a simple tomato sauce and mozzarella. The sauce was delicate and sweet, almost as good if not better than any tomato sauce that I’ve had in Italy. The service was excellent, waiters were friendly and the ambiance just right. We will be back.
Needed to find a good spot close to Weill Cornell Medicine to have a business lunch. This worked out well. Menu had a nice variety. We all chose different salads and everything was fresh with interesting ingredients, and freshly made, lightly tossed dressings. The atmosphere was intimate and quiet. Service was polite and attentive.
Arrived at my reservation time 5 minutes early, but looking at the tables, it was clear that no one was leaving within the next 15 minutes or so. The host kindly asked us to wait by the bar initially but then found a table for 2 (we had a party of 3) to see if we mind just pulling a chair up. Space was tight, but they tried.
As my ratings make clear, I thoroughly recommend Felice 64. I've now been there five times, two for business lunch and dinner; another to get together with friends from out of town and two more times for everyday dining. The colleagues and friends to whom I introduced the restaurant liked it every bit as much as I did. It's a rare find in NYC these days, and I keep my fingers crossed that the ownership/management will continue to nurture and sustain it. By the way, I've been to the other Felice, on the UES, twice twice for dinner and found the noise unbearable. That's one of the reasons I prefer Felice 64.
The staff was really friendly but it sort of felt like it was everyone's first day. The food was really good and despite a very friendly serving staff, they were not that efficient or competent. Probably wouldn't go back, but was glad to give this neighborhood restaurant a try.
Went for brunch with a girlfriend. It was very empty at prime brunch time. Food was nothing special and the potatoes with our eggs were cold. And the coffee was also not unlimited like with most places, which would've been fine if they had told me. Maybe this place is better for dinner? The waitstaff was was very lovely though!
Honestly thought this place was gonna be really good. I guess I set my bar to high. Food came out cold (partially frozen), server never came around to check on us after the people brought out our food, the mojitos taste like Clorox (really really bitter). Maybe don't mix prosecco with vodka? I think sticking to the white rum works just fine. Anyways would not reccomend.
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