Had a very bad experience. Our waiter also had to serve Gelato from a take out booth. He sent another server who was fine at the beginning, but then disappeared and was very hard to find at the end of the meal. Food started out terrifically. My friend and I had different salads - both were delicious and large. But my entree was a pasta dish that had cannelloni beans that were more uncooked than al dente and the bowl was full of water. When I brought that to the server's attention she said it was a broth - it was water. The chicken was rubbery and nothing was very hot. I suspect that they do more pizza than pasta because we waited forever for our entrees while tables that came in after us got pizza very quickly. An awful experience, not worth the price.
Family getting together
We had an awful experience. We could not even have our dinner. It was Sunday and they were one of the few opened restaurants at 21:15 (which was great). We made the reservation. When we arrived, we were notified that they did not have the liquor license yet and as a consequence we weren’t able to drink alcohol. In the middle of Manhattan, Meatpacking District. We were not in Istanbul where it absolutely understandable that could happen because of religion! This is the Big Apple, come on!, and one of the most trendy corners in town! Absolutely unbelievable to try to imagine why Resca does not reveal that information in advance. For us was really problematic because most of the restaurants were closed. Finally we found a nice French (called Bagatelle) very close and had a nice dinner.
This was our first time eating here. The food and service was excellent! We ate outside so it was a bit noisy but it was still worth eating outside.
Food is excellent, service was great - very attentive. Would definitely go again.
This is a lovely space, all windows and light. Very tasteful decor and pleasurable atmosphere. The food was excellent and my partner finally understood why I love bread pudding when he had their Tuscan version. Sublime.
Made the reservation for a goodbye dinner. Everyone was really excited to try a new restaurant. We were running a little late so we called and let them know. When we arrived, the hostess let us know they didn't have their liquor license yet. This is something you should tell people when they make a reservation. We did not end up eating here.
Was excited to dine there with my daughter. The place is new, quaint and the menu seemed interesting. My daughter and I ordered the crunchy mozzarella as an appetizer. It was delicious. However, the individual pizzas we subsequently had were not New York worthy. So disappointing! The service was extremely slow and the waitress assigned to us was visibly inexperienced and brash. Hoping with time, management will be able to iron out these kinks.