Executive Chef Joe Vigorito, Pastry Chef Jessica Craig, and Beverage Director Annecherie Saludo share their expertise in Italian cuisine and Epicurean Hospitality. Featuring refined rustic cuisine, a crudo bar, specialty cheese program, private dining room, and a walk-in wine cellar, L’Artusi offers guests a variety of dining options in a warm, friendly vibe.
Our 110 seat restaurant, designed by Brooke Maples, features two floors of comfortable banquette seating, extended traditional bar, cheese bar and a chef's counter over-looking the open kitchen. Private dining opportunities are also available in our 2500 bottle walk-in wine cellar.
The food was exceptional. All of the servers/hosts were friendly. Loved the experience and would definitely come back! They also gave us a complimentary glass of champagne as we were celebrating our anniversary. Yay!
L'Artusi never disappoints. We had an amazing dinner and each dish was prepared to perfection. Everything about our dinner from our table, to the service and of course the wine and the food was incredible !!
Amazing Service as they took great care of us even though we were running late. In addition provided a glass of Champagne on the house for my wife which was fantastic!
A lovely experience all around. Delicious food and perfect service. The tables are very close together and the atmosphere is lively.
Wow, we had a great meal and amazing service! Will definitely be back.
The host was very helpful, and the food was of course delicious. We ate at the bar since we were three, rather than the announced two, but was perfectly ok.
Amazing dining experience. Every course was amazing. Highly recommend the brussel sprouts!
One of my favorite places in the city. Amazing dishes using seasonal ingredients, attentive service, and an all around great experience every single time.
While the food was very good the restaurant is over crowded, extremely noisy and the service was just OK. It was so noisy the waitress was almost unable to hear the order and had to come back and ask several times about our selections. Seating is so crowded you can hardly get to your seat without bumping into other customers or having to move the table.
Was not expecting a brunch only menu - I mistakenly thought it would be a full lunch menu - felt quite rushed as kitchen closed at 3.00pm and we had a 2 o clock reservation- I felt this should have been conveyed to us in the booking confirmation
I was recommended this restaurant and booked prior to departing from my home in Australia with very limited options of dining times
Food and service were everything you can ask for. Was hoping they could offer a bit more variety for lunch/brunch service. Cheers.
It was a wonderful experience. Was meeting a friend after a long time. Upstairs provided the perfect ambience for a lovely chat over good food and wine.
Servers were attentive to our needs. I have allergies and I felt taken care of very well.
Tagliatelle was bland, orichiette too. Scallops chewy and very strong flavor. Service was on point tho.
Outstanding meal! A reliable, quality, wonderful, and quintessential New York restaurant!
Amazing food. Felt rushed by the wait staff & rapid preparation of the courses.
Always a favorite. A must when in NYC
Servers were absolutely excellent and attentive but not intrusive. Food was phenomenal, as was the dining space. Loved sitting at the kitchen bar seating.
My wife and I ate brunch there with our two grown children who live nearby. Place was GREAT. Food was delicious and the waiter was superb. Can’t wait to go back
Best restaurant in the West Village. Service is incredible, and can't say enough about the food.
My husband and I were celebrating our anniversary and L’artusi made us feel so special! We sat down and they brought us a toast on the house and then after being too full to actually order dessert...they packed us a Togo back of the olive oil cake for us to enjoy later. It’s one of our favorites in the City and we will always go back!
Host was awful. Waiting an hour for a table that you reserved a month in advance doesn’t make for a great experience.
Michelin quality food bush league service
This is the best Italian food in nyc without question
The food was delicious and the service was great! We’ll come again for sure
The food was absolutely amazing! Best Italian food I’ve ever had. I can’t tell you which food was my favorite because each item was equally delicious. They all were good. I can’t remember specific names but we ordered a pasta that had lamb neck, a fish dish, the special of the day which was similar to gnocchi, potato soup, olive oil cake and a chocolate pudding. Yum!!! And the ambiance was great. I will definitely be coming back. Just remember to make reservations way in advanced. It’s hard to get one because it’s so yummy! Now I know why.
We had gotten a late night reservation and felt rushed thru our dining experience by the staff. No tasting notes for the wine list. Portion sizes were very good.
Wonderful! We sat upstairs which was a little quieter than downstairs. The service was phenomenal! Not stuffy. And of course the food was excellent. Get the spaghetti!
Have heard great things about the restaratunt and it did not dissapoint! The olive oil cake was definitely a highlight and the pasts were all amazing,
Great food, some of the best I've ever had. Unique and very flavorful dishes. Highly recommend if you can grab a table. And do not skip dessert!
Nice restaurant but didn't fully live up to the hype/long wait time between making a reservation and having one. The scallop ceviche was excellent, as was the olive oil cake (the best thing on the menu). But I was a bit disappointed with the mushroom ragu garganelli. It was missing something. Still, excellent staff and service and would recommend to others.
The food here is inventive and delicious. The shishito peppers are the best in the city in my opinion.
Lively atmosphere and great service round out the meal. Only problem - apparently many feel this way so it's very hard to get a reservation, plus wine could be priced lower; however, food prices are very reasonable for NYC, especially given the quality and the taste.
The food was great. Staff tries to hard to be formal. Too loud - hard to hold a conversation. Beautiful space.
Amazing as Always! Simply delicious is the perfect word for it. The Rabbit Gnocchi & the Mint Lamb Pici are an absolute must!!! The Kobe Tar-Tar was incredible, feel very lucky to have had the opportunity to taste such deliciousness! Just a great meal, do not think twice, a must to dine!
Tough to get a reservation. Literally tried for a year. But now that I went, can see why it’s so crowded!
We celebrated our anniversary here and had a wonderful time. They started us off with a complimentary glass of sparking wine. We then had the cheese special, 2 pastas, pork chop and the olive oil cake. Everything was fantastic and our waitress was very nice and did an amazing job helping us pick a bottle of wine to go with our meal. Overall, great experience!
It wasn't as good as it was last time. The service wasn't the best. The food was tasty as usual. But it was really loud (music) and the service kept forgetting my milk. My side of scrambled eggs never came, but I just let it go... We had four coffees and they gave us such little cream, we must have asked like 4 times for more. I thought that was a little annoying. I think the server was brand new... I'd recommend it for dinner, but not brunch.
My absolute favorite restaurant in New York! Never disappoints!
Great meal. Always the perfect experience.
Have been to This restaurant about half a dozen of times over several years when we are visiting NYC and it is one of our favorite/ go to restaurants there. This trip visiting our daughter and her boyfriend.
Our waiter Shawn was excellent describing the specials, providing info on the regular menu, and helping us order a very fine meal. Once we got the food all dialed in, he helped us select a very nice bottle of wine to pair with the food... and it was a good price value.
Thanks for another great meal, fun evening.