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About Otto Enoteca Pizzeria
Modeled after an Italian train station, Joe Bastianich's OTTO is located in the historic One Fifth Avenue building. Serving classic Italian pizzas and pastas, a large selection of house-cured meats, Italian and local cheeses, artisanal gelato, and boasting a 750+ bottle all-Italian wine list, OTTO has become a beloved New York classic in the heart of Greenwich Village for locals and visitors alike.
New York, NY 10003
Hours of Operation:
Lunch and Dinner: Daily: 11:30am - 12:00am
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Have Otto cater your next office party or home event! Our selections of marinated vegetables, house-cured meats, imported cheeses, pizza, pasta, and gelati are sure to please a wide range of palates. Please contact us for details.
A public lot is located directly across the street on 8th Street.
4, 5, 6, N, R, Q, & W trains to 14th Street/Union Square, and the B, D, F, V, A, C, & E trains to West 4th Street.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
OTTO hosts wine classes every Saturday and Sunday at 2pm in the enoteca, our standing bar tables in the front of the restaurant. Classes are led by one of our very knowledgeable and enthusiastic wine team members.
A beloved New York classic in the heart of Greenwich Village, OTTO is the ideal venue for a pizza party lunch, a private wine class, or a family-style dinner awash with Italian wine. OTTO offers group dining packages for parties of 12-65 guests, and can accomodate up to 200 with a restaurant buyout.
Otto Enoteca Pizzeria Ratings and Reviews
Unfortunately, this was one of the worst meals that I have had in NYC. The waiter was quite nice but the food was just so unpleasant. The prime rib appetizer was so fatty. I could barely stand like looking at it. The vegetables were ice cold, clearly prepared very far in advance.
Outstanding food, charming ambience. Noise level very high for such a small, quaint place. Hard to find with scaffolding around if you aren't from the area. We were just visiting and wanted to try local fare. Very close to entrance of Washington Park. Dogs permitted in restaurant - didn't like that. Wait staff very responsive and good suggestions.
Super Bowl night so very quiet. Octopus appetizer was awful, no taste and dry rubbery octopus. Beets with pistachios was better, but also pretty bland. Pizza Quattro Formagi was okay. Crispy crust, but not great.
The service was good. Probably because it was so quiet.
I had been here years ago, and it was much better then.
Alana, the wine manager/Sommelier was fantastic. She gave us 2 outstanding recommendations that paired really well with our food. Our waiter was also really attentive. I was a little disappointed in the pizza, but the pasta and veggies were delicious and the cheese plate for dessert was the perfect ending to the meal.
I called ahead and requested a birthday candle for our table to be brought out during dessert. The waitress did not follow thru and I was extremely disappointed singing happy birthday with no candle in any of our desserts. Hostess and waitress need to coordinate special requests.
Otto has great food and cocktails - everything was delicious. The downside the to the evening was the service. We had an 8:45 reservation, and the waitstaff obviously just wanted to get out of there (although there were a good two dozen tables with diners when we entered and many still there when we left).
First, we were placed at a terrible table when there were many other better tables available. It requires one of us to squeeze in behind a door.
Second, someone came by and from a distance of about three feet away literally tossed a bag of breadsticks and some wrapped up bread. No offer to provide olive oil or butter - just plain bread.
Third, we ordered and enjoyed the food, but they rushed out the main course two minutes after dropping off appetizers.
The food was great, but we were rushed in and out of there in thirty minutes. If I wanted a fast-food experience, I’d go somewhere else.
Came here several times for dinner and always had a phenomenal time so I brought a friend here for lunch, food was still great (we ordered the spinach ricotta truffle honey salad, pasta all norma, pumpkin fiore) but service was slower than expected although we dined when they opened at 1130
This was my second time at Otto and I was less than impressed. The chopped Otto salad was not good - dressing and mix of ingredients was not pleasing. We also ordered the special black truffle pasta, which was fine - but didn't highlight the truffles very much. The pizza - goat cheese - was odd. Fine, but odd. The chunks of squash on top were huge, in comparison to the very thin pizza, making it an odd thing to eat. We ordered an apple dessert, which was fine. The coffee, however, was outstanding and the best part of the meal.
This was some of the worst food I've ever eaten. Cheese pizza did the impossible - it tasted bad. The Pesto pasta, although covered in tons of sauce, tasted like absolutely nothing. Supermarket pesto would have been better tasting than this. Thoroughly disappointing and will not go back.
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