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About Osteria della Pace - Eataly NYC Downtown
Inspired by the cuisine of southern Italy, Osteria della Pace offers an upscale dining experience focused on Italian simplicity. The restaurant’s separate dining room offers privacy from the main experience of Eataly while still accentuating the authentic, emotional connection to Italian culture and cuisine for which Eataly is known.
The stunning bar boasts over 400 Italian wines, specialty cocktails featuring a wide range of Italian liqueurs, and a bar menu available during all operating hours.
New York, NY 10006
Italian, Contemporary Italian
Hours of Operation:
Daily 11:30 am–10:00 pm
Mon–Fri 11:30 am–3:00 pm
Sat, Sun 12:00 pm–4:00 pm
Daily 5:30 pm–10:00 pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
For private dining, kindly contact: email@example.com.
Cortlandt - N,R
Fulton Street - 4,5,J,Z,A,C
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Keep your nights going strong with a special happy hour from 8pm-10pm! Any night of the week, sit down at our classic Italian bar to enjoy select $9 craft cocktails or premium wines paired with our bar menu of tasty bites.
Join us at Osteria della Pace for a dynamic experience in our main dining room. Group reservations of 8-16 guests are seated at a banquette within the open restaurant. Osteria boasts a full bar complete with a comprehensive selection of Italian wines, craft beer, and signature cocktails.
Osteria della Pace - Eataly NYC Downtown Ratings and Reviews
Appetizer (bufala mozzerella, olives and candy-like sundried tomatoes was very good. Bread was nice as well, and from on-site bakery. Pasta's were disappointing. Nice al dente dried pasta, but sauces did not have any real flavor to them. A bit disappointing thus overall.
Has a very pleasant evening here! They were kind to alter my reservation time and then we got a solid table. Shared the ravioli and the tagliatelle. Loved them both. They split them on shared plates nicely. Had the 5 dessert option at the end- a couple of them weren’t so great but still lovely presentation.
Would go again
Great service! Loved the variety of bread to start and it only got better from there. The pasta reminded me of pasta I had in Italy. It’s in a beautiful setting (even though it’s in Eataly it feels like an escape) and the floor to ceiling windows have great views of lower manhattan and the west side.
Cocktails and wine were excellent. One app was excellent the other was mediocre. 2 of our 3 entrees were undercooked and had to be sent back. 1 was replaced and the other was forgotten. Management apologized and comped the entrees that were sent back. We left disappointed in the experience. I would not recommend this restaurant and it is unlikely that I will dine there again.
It started poorly and got worse. When 8 minutes late host called to chastise. Arrived 15 minutes late to a room that was 50% full max throughout meal. Excellent sparkling and drinks and nice simple salad and cauliflower. Pasta mains had quality taste but were both delivered an the cool to cold side. They had not moved swiftly after prep....On leaving when asked about meal, related the temperature issue and this was unpleasantly received. Service and kitchen delivery need work. Overall feel --staff rules; and patrons, probably tourists, are tolerated.
First, to be fair, I expressed my dissatisfaction with our meal to the manager at the end, and she adjusted the bill, so that is a plus for her. Everything else was subpar. The advertisement for the restaurant states that it provides an "upscale dining experience focused on Italian simplicity" and that is what I expected. However, based on my extensive experience eating at Italian restaurants, both in the U.S. and Italy, this is not what is provided. First, this is not a "white table cloth" restaurant, so it immediately feels like part of a chain. Second, real Italian restaurants have one or more dishes featuring "homemade" pasta, which means that it is made fresh in the kitchen. But none was featured on the menu. The food we did order was subpar leading me to believe that no one in the kitchen has a true background with Italian food. This was particularly disappointing, since the restaurant was sitting in Eataly. Finally, the service was erratic.
I was quite disappointed by the menu. Since it is supposed to be theostbexclusivevreataurant in eataly I was expecting much more unique dishes. Instead I believe other choices, if not even the islands at eataly, can offer better choices.
The service was not what expected either. We were taken care by a lady at first and then I felt that, because nobody ordered wine, she disappeared to take care to other tables where more value could be found. She reappeared from once and then to ask if we wanted more beverages or desserts, questions that were asked by at least two other of her colleagues.
The bill was on the high end for the quality of the food and the service. NOT RECOMMENDED.
In Eataly NYC downtown this restaurant is in a shopping Mall on the top floor. Most of the eating establishments are in an open area in Eataly, where everyone can see you. Osteria della Pace is a
separate restaurant within Eataly; It's enclosed and has it's own bathroom facilities, away from the crowds of people shopping or eating in the main store area. I especially enjoyed the branzino for two; it's salt crusted, which helps the fish retain moistness and it gives the fish a good flavor through and through.
The octopus was described as charred which is the way it is supposed to served. It was not. 3 small tentacles with a high pricepoint. Had th veal ragu with penne. The veal and sauce was delightful. Penne almost raw. I like al dente. One list way too pricey for the venue. The server was from Rome and simply delightful. Would not return. The food is simply not up to par with cost
Excellent experience at Osteria della Pace. An amazing, comprehensive list of Italian wines.
Some were served with great style--by the glass. Wonderful pasta, and an extraordinary dessert made of figs and gelato. I recommend also for a spectacular view of the World Trade site.
This was our third time at Osteria. We love the wine selections and the pastas (never had meat or fish here) As part of the entire Eataly environment its a great place for casual dining even without reservations. The sommelier is really great at assisting with wines....
It was inconsiderate that they would not seat 2 of 3 of the party so we could order a bottle of wine. Really was upsetting and put a paul on our night. What was the big difference? The waiter was good though but limited menu choices
Attending a meeting in NY. Used Open Table to select restaurants. Not disappointed. Enjoyed this restaurant. Spent about an hour at the Eataly the day before and never knew the restaurant was in the same location. Very good food. Very enjoyable.
When we first started coming to this restaurant the service and food was impeccable. I have noticed a change in the last 2 visits and was not impressed. Took very long for food to come and wait staff not as attentive. Something changed and not for the better. However, food is still impeccable.
I came here before and really enjoyed the experience so recommended my family come for dinner. We were seated in the back corner and walked into the back space to see the hostess on her phone at the table. When we asked if we could sit at one of the main dining room we were told those were reserved for other guests with a reservation. We reminded the hostess we had made a reservation and after a few moments she was able to move us which was nice. The Food was good but there were definitely some service stumbles. We were served bread for another table and it was taken back after it has already been placed down but our server was nice and the calamari was AMAZING. I wished service had been a bit more seamless, or just that the in the initial few moments the staff was a bit more gracious since I'd talked up how amazing the place was it didn't start off dinner well. I'd come back again for sure.
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