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Scarpetta NYC offers a fully private dining room for seating up to 30 guests with A/V capabilities along with full restaurant buyouts of 150 seated/200 standing. Join us as we customize your special event, with culinary and beverage packages available and our seasoned staff to serve you.View Private Dining Details
Thanksgiving Dinner Special Menus & Offers
Celebrate Thanksgiving with Scarpetta, located in the Nomad district of Manhattan. A special Thanksgiving prix-fixe will be available throughout the day. Final menu and hours will be available shortly, please contact us for more information.
Thursday, November 22, 2018
New Year's Eve Special Menus & Offers
Scarpetta is hosting a festive New Year's Eve celebration. A la carte dining will be available until 7pm, and the remainder of the evening will feature a festive prix-fixe menu. Final menu and hours will be available shortly, please contact us for more information.
Monday, December 31, 2018
The spaghetti is a must, it is a game-changer! Service, ambiance, food are all fantastic - we will be back every time we visit NYC. Expensive but worth every penny.
I declared this meal the best I've ever had! Shared an appetizer, ordered an entrée (beet ravioli), and shared a dessert. Everything was delicious and perfect. And the service was amazing. We had a great waiter and the other staff were so attentive and kind.
I plan on going back to Scarpetta every time I'm in New York!
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Service was weak. Didn’t bring bread, then brought appetizers and saw we didn’t have bread and left WITH THE APPITIZERS and gone for 5 minutes to get the bread. Asked for parmigiana and waited until the pasta was cold until the parmigiana arrived. Knew we were on short time (theater) and could not get the check. The “specialty” tuna was so salty, could not be eaten.
Great overall “sex in the city” vibe with great cocktail menu and food.
After being made to wait more than an hour for a reservation - needless to say I’m thoroughly disappointed because when you wait over an hour to be seated you can be assured there’s not a five star dining experience awaiting because five star restaurants know how to properly book their reservations.
Had a 8pm reservation. Waited an hour and still no table. Kept being told just a few mins. So disappointing. Wish I was notified there’s a heavy delay.
Scarpetta serves wonderful dishes; however, wait staff/kitchen easily made three or four errors that were annoying. A manager did get involved and comped us free desserts - that's how bad the errors were. In spite of that, I would go back. Food is that GOOD.
Our front waiter was rude the bus boy was great. The restaurant was out of 3 of their best menu items by 6:30pm on a Sunday night. Very disappointed and would not go back.
Had dined at the prior location many times and always had wonderful dinners. The new location is gorgeous with fabulous ambience and the staff could not have been more friendly or accommodating. The food however was slightly disappointing. My spaghetti was cooked perfectly but the sauce was a bit gummy. Did not taste at all like it had on prior occasions. Thankfully my husband’s agnolotti was delicious. Both my wagyu steak and husband’s duck breast had wonderful flavors but were not as tender as they should have been for the cost.
We arrived on time for our 3:30 reservation for four people. We were seated at 3:45. Live music was playing LOUDLY. Waiter appeared at our table at 4:00. He was completely frazzled. We had plenty of time to look at the menu. We had a few questions. He became annoyed and rather rude. We considered leaving but it was a special occasion so we didn’t want to ruin the fabulous day we were having.
We were literally ordering when the manager came over and pulled the waiter away. The waiter returned and told us ALL the items on one half of the menu were ‘sold out’. These were all the brunch items. The waiter actually complained to us that we arrived at the END of brunch and that they were transitioning the dining room for dinner.
Three of us ordered the chicken dish which were served without the egg noodles that were mentioned on the menu. The fourth guest ordered the spaghetti. It was a bit dry and when she asked for a little extra sauce, was told ‘we don’t do that here’ noticing our blank stares, the waiter then said he’d see what he could do. The small dish of sauce came out 10 minutes later.
TERRIBLE SERVICE by this waiter!
I have been a regular at Scarpetta since 2011 and previously considered it to be in the top echelon of Italian restaurants in the country. Countless visits over the years to the Scarpetta in the Montage in Beverly Hills, the Scarpetta in the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, and the old New York one near Chelsea Market. Unfortunately, tonight was a huge disappointment.
The new location at the James hotel is beautiful and classy. Truly top-notch. We started out with the creamy polenta, which was very good as per usual. However, the pasta courses were a travesty.
The Spaghetti was severely overcooked and not even close to al dente. When I asked to have it re-made, the manager had the audacity to tell me that this is fresh pasta and it does not have the same texture as dry pasta. Thank you, but I've had this dish over a dozen times and I can tell you definitively that this was not cooked properly. The second time it came out, the spaghetti was properly al dente, but lacked the depth of flavor that it usually does. I wonder if to save time/money Scarpetta stopped infusing their sauce with the garlic, basil, red pepper flake oil blend?
My date had the agnolotti. I think Scarpetta needs to revisit the definition of agnolotti. The entire problem with this dish was the size and shape of the pasta. What was served was actually what I can only describe as a lumpy dumpling. Because it was improperly sized, by the time the filling was cooked through, the pasta was overcooked. The second time it came out, the center filling was cold, presumably in an effort to properly cook the pasta.
At this point we had enough, cancelled the rest of our order, and asked for the check. I will give credit where credit is due. The service was excellent. Our waiter was very attentive, apologetic, and asked if they could bring us anything else instead. Unfortunately, the kitchen that night was far from even decent. We won't be returning.
A restaurants tone is set at the door and initially I was not impressed with how we were greeted and shown to our table by haughty younglings. However, our waitress was exceptional so was the sommelier. The wine selection of mostly big name Italians are short but impressive and mark-up is quite reasonable. I was not impressed with the food that much. The crudo of scallops and yellowfin tuna were superb but a pasta with crab meat was downright bland. The veal was cooked to perfection and the sweetbreads were fine but on the other hand the sauce on the dish did not belong there so did not the gnocchi. The desert a budin was also beautifully executed. I will return to Scarpetta for ambiance but one has to go through the uneven dishes to have a satisfying dinner.
The best spaghetti in nyc !! We have eaten at all the Scarpettas this on really stands out everything is great from the cocktails to the appetizers and the spaghetti is perfect! Can’t wait to return !!!
I was celebrating my birthday with my friends here. We brought the cake to the store, and were fine with the open food fee. However, when we finished all the dishes, the waitress couldn't find the cake and even asked us who did we give it to. We were charged with the "open food" fee with no extras with it. This is the restaurant that do not even say "happy birthday" to you when you put down the special occasion when making the reservation. Will definitely NOT come back.
We're fans and have been to this restaurant in NY, miami and mtk - It's consistent and the spaghetti is a go to kids favorite which makes scarpetta an easy pick.
I made a reservation on Open Table, looking for a great restaurant near our hotel. A friend who visits NYC several times a year also mentioned Scarpetta. Everything was delicious. The waitstaff was professional and helpful yet friendly and approachable. The pasta is a standout, especially the spaghetti (it’s highly recommended, not a placeholder to be overlooked), but the entrees our party ordered (chicken and Branzino) were wonderful as well.
We enjoyed our dining experience at this trendy contemporary Italian, except the noise
level was so high conversation was almost impossible. The salad and appetizer choices were
imaginative, and the main courses, especially the duck, perfectly prepared. Wine list was
varied and reasonably priced. So what if it was loud, the people watching made up for it!
Service was not on par with my previous experiences dining at Scarpetta. They were not as attentive, my entree came out after we were all finished. And we had to ask multiple times for the bread.
One of the few upscale spots where the price is proportional to what you get. Amazing food.
Hostess was overwhelmed and rude
Excellent wine list. Portion size optimal and sharing pastas great
Scarpetta is our favorite place. We try to go there every time we go to NYC. We especially love the new midtown venue- it’s quieter and the seats are so comfortable. The spaghetti and the duck/foo gras ravioli are the best! We also enjoy the mushroom polenta, cauliflower and yummy cheese/Italian meat bread. We tried every dessert and the chocolate won...
The new location is beautiful. Food, service ... as good as always.
Everything was good, but we felt rushed by the waitress. Coming up and asking us every ten minutes or so whether we were done is not my idea of good service. Also, the main dishes arrived almost exactly 5 minutes after we ordered. The experience just felt rushed.
Everything I have ever tried at Scarpeta has been utterly delicious. However as simple and boring as it sounds, the spaghetti I’d to die for! Perfect every time.
Muy bien pero muy caro
excellent dining experience
everyone enjoyed the food was deliicious
This was a terrible visit. We had a 10PM reservation and was not seated until almost 11PM. Also, the new space for this restaurant is quite bad. You are constantly cramped in, the restaurant is overcrowded. I will not be returning to Scarpetta, which is quite sad as this used to be my favorite restaurant in NY.
Place has so much improved since coming from it's former Meatpacking space. This place is CHIC and delicious!
We went for a birthday dinner, I thought the food was overpriced.
Portion was small and price was expensive.
Space between tables was narrow and it is difficult to hear conversation when crowded.
Enzo and Michael deserve highest marks in creating and maintaining the finest dining experience I've had in a very long time.
Great spot! Excellent food! Started as a disaster for 3 big guys. Quickly resolved from a very small table to a more reasonable one.
Service staff very attentive
Fantastic food paired with a very well designed, impressive space. Attention to detail on every level, especially the beautiful glassware!
Our waiter was outstanding - subtly shaped our experience so that the wine and food were just right in quality and price - delicious and reasonable - and engaged us in just the right time manner and pacing so that we felt cared for yet free to enjoy our meal and sharing. It’s interesting that while I didn’t realize how good he was at the time, in retrospect I see his art. Nice work.
Scarpetta has moved from about as far west as you can get to Madison Avenue. The staff seems to love it. I'm not so sure. I rarely use the word yuppie these days, but the clientele seems distinctly that, or at least much more Wall Street than it was, as well as guests from the hotel it's now part of.
The atmosphere is not as hip or as compelling. Scarpetta is loud. Maybe too loud. And finding the restrooms, which requires going into the hotel lobby and, on my night, navigating around a tacky jewelry sales table, is an unwelcome adventure. Hint: Don't have too much drink (I didn't, but it was easy to imagine) before you embark.
Nevertheless, I would and will go back. The food is the saving grace. Scarpetta offers a number of dishes, especially when it comes to pasta and short ribs, that are as good as any in New York. "Why would you pay for spahgetti?" asked a close friend, a good cook in her own right. "Because, just as the rigatoni in Orso is another league—and people often ask why you would pay for something as simple as rigatoni—the spaghetti, as well as every other pasta at Scarpetta, lingers in one's taste buds, heart and soul. The desserts are also good. The wine list is overpriced and perhaps a little too big, but you can find something.
The service is excellent. Our waitress was considerate, without being intrusive. Careful about time, without being pushy. Every place should be so lucky as to have someone as pleasantly efficient and just pleasant as that.