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Now in the 30th year, this "winning" Restaurant Row Italian is renowned for its "Roman style specialties". (Don't miss "those fried artichokes"), "gracious services" and "after the theater" crowd departs for a more relaxed meal.
Between 8th Ave. and 9th Ave.
New York, NY 10036
Hours of Operation:
7 days a week: 11:30 am - 2:30pm,
Monday-Sunday 4:30pm - 10:30pm
Tuesday-Saturday: 4:30pm - 11:30pm
Between 8th Ave. and 9th Ave.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Two parking lots in the same block.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
With four dining rooms, a cozy indoor garden, beautiful rooftop terrace and two independent bars spread out across both floors, we host private functions and parties for virtually any occasion and of almost every size. We have several different party menus to choose from or we can help you design one according to your style and taste.
To schedule a private event, please call 212-315-2815 and ask for the Events Manager, Ed Kostner.
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Lattanzi, performing in the theatre district for 30 years. Specializing in personalized Corporate and Celebratory functions. Featuring six private rooms and an open air terrace, accommodating from 10 to 200 guests.
Lattanzi Ratings and Reviews
Went before the theater with my mother, my aunt, and my cousin who were all in town visiting. My aunt is quite picky and even she liked the food. Also, when we told them we were heading to the theater they did a great job of getting our food out in a timely fashion. I would definitely go again.
Great pre-theater spot. I was a little nervous with a party of 8 and 6:30 reservations that we would have trouble getting to the show on time. No worries at all--table was ready for us when we arrived and staff was very accommodating. Food was good, charming and comfortable setting.
The food was delicious , the restaurant itself was lovely and although quite expensive it was worth it but the service was poor, the waiters were not friendly and infact a couple of them were rude and made us feel like we were nuisances rather then paying customers
We went for a pre-theater dinner. The location is great. The restaurant is tucked away and cozy. Just the right size to accommodate guests and offer personalized service. The appetizer artichoke dish was delicious - not the traditional Italian stuffed artichoke but rather a delicious Jewish-Italian version. I had the branzino which melted in my mouth. The best I’ve ever had. The cheesecake was ok but I have had better. Service was a little slow at 5pm but was more attentive as the place filled . I will definitely be going back.
Lattanzi is a charming restaurant in the theater district of New York. It is an unusually fine restaurant for that area. It has a calming atmosphere, excellent professional waiters and marvelous food. I had never tasted the fried baby artichokes before, and they were wonderful. I usually order the specials of the day and have never been disappointed.
Delicious food! Made reservations but were not seated right away. Our waiter wasn’t very attentive at the beginning. At one point he poured the wine we had ordered into the wrong glass mixing it with a different kind of wine we had been drinking at the bar..,
Despite that, the food was delicious and we made it to our show with time to spare
We’ve been here many times and this was the worst experience. There were 2 waiters. Waiter #1 thought waiter #2 was servicing our table and vice versa. Guess what that means? No one serviced our table until we asked for a waiter more than 30 minutes after being seated. We were not happy considering we were heading to a show. Bill comes and double charge for the bottle of wine. Thanks for the 2 comped beers.
Lattanzi is our go-to whenever we are in New York City a d especially after the theater since their location makes it a great supper spot. The Artichokes, in the Jewish style, are not to be missed for anyone headed there. The pasta is freshly made, the sauces are delightful and Old World, and the veal is tender and perfect. The wines, as well as the entrees are well priced so it's a good place for just about everyone. Comfortable, homey, yet romantic, this is a must dine spot when in Manhattan.
Food was good, lamb shank special was excellent, swordfish from menu also excellent, veal cutlet dishes were very good and pounded pork chop was very good. Service was adequate. Waiter had a bit of an "I'm going to teach these out of towners how to order" approach. Slightly arrogant, condescending tone and far from gracious or welcoming. My only real complaint is we were offered a second round of drinks before the entrees arrived and then waited at least 20 minutes after it was obvious everyone was finished eating before he came back to our table. We would have ordered coffee and dessert if it was offered in a timely manner but it was not. Also for parents, my sons are 10 and 13 and have been ordering off of adult menus since they could walk, but FYI there is no children's menu (or none was offered) and no smaller entrée portions are offered.
We love going to Lattanzi! It's our favorite Theater District restaurant for special occasions. The food is always fresh, delicious and beautifully prepared. the dining room is lovely and the wait staff are friendly and accommodating. We have recommended the restaurant to may friends.
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