The restaurant is also available for private events.
Saturday and Sunday: 11am–4:00pm
Tuesday–Friday: 5pm -10:00pm
Nearby parking garages can be found at:
203 W 77th Street, Telephone (212) 362-2308
207 W 76th Street, Telephone (212) 496-8553
201 W 75th Street, Telephone (212) 874-0581
All garages are between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue.
The food was very good, loved the risotto and the scallops were cooked perfectly. We had a wonderful waitress. The only thing that stopped me from giving this restaurant 5 stars on everything was they didn’t get our food out in a timely manor. Our waitress did a great job trying to make up for the cooking staff who had misplaced our order (tables that came in after us were getting their food before us).
Very cool space. The food and drinks were a solid B+. Also, the service was great. Fun place maybe brunch/lunch are better than dinner.
We found Storico very pleasant, friendly with professional service; so, loved the people, but the food preparation needs some real fine-tuning to make it a more regular stop. I never had such soupy risotto, and I saw a few served exactly the same way; another person had a mediocre sandwich; boy is it convenient, but please review that menu and/or how the items should be prepared. Thank you!
We had dinner before a lecture at the Historical Society... Food was very good. Service very spotty. We were taken care of better by the other staff members than our original waiter.
We go to Storico before New-York Historical Society programs, but it's a destination for many people on its own terms. The food is consistently good, and we can hear each other talk.
We had a wonderful dinner. We wish that our food had arrived a little quicker as those seated around us - who came in after us - were served before us. Our reservation was for 5:00 and we were attending a program at 6:30. We needed to take part of our dinner to go as we ran out of time. Otherwise, we loved it.
one of the appetizers (sunburst...) was not done properly. Half were un-cooked and too dense to eat; the other half soft and delicious. Someone did not know or was not properly trained how to cook them/or they were rushed and did not care.
No complaints about food quality, but there was an unusually long wait for our meals. The kitchen staff were perhaps overwhelmed due to a defective order printer, as explained by our waiter. To compensate, our drinks were complimentary, which we appreciated. The Harry Potter exhibit draws a large crowd, both children and adults.
My husband had the eggs benedict with salmon and loved it. I had french toast with apples which was delicious.
Coffee was good also.
We found the prices high.
We were visiting the New York Historicical Society and had lunch in the restaurant. It was quite good. A nice menus and decent prices for NYC. My husband really enjoyed his hamburger and I had a caprese sandwich which was delicious. The side salad was nothing special — just a spring mix with no veggies so order the fries if you’re not watching calories!
There was 5 of us for lunch. We all enjoyed our meals and found them quite tasty. Our waiter did a good job of serving us. It was my first time eating here and thought prices were reasonable. I would have liked some dishes that weren't prepared with some sort of hot spice. Would have liked more vegetarian choices! The restaurant was nicely decorated but at times quite noisy. It was hard to hold conversations
Clean, pretty, fairly quiet place for lunch. In NY Historical society Bldg and close to Natural History museum.
I went with two long-time friends for Sunday brunch. They take reservations, which many places don't do for brunch. It's a beautiful space located in the New York Historical Society. The service was friendly, professional, and low-key. Food was very good. Will try for dinner next time. I recommend it.
Service was very attentive, food was good but not too many choices and not that memorable.
noise makes conversation very difficult, a shame because otherwise, an excellent restaurant.
Nice evening with good food, but the noise level is way too high and more than energetic. I'd love to come back--but if they can do something with the acoustics!!
Storico has great location off of Central Park in the NY Historical Museum. Staff is attentive but not overly so. Cocktails are creative. Main entrees are a foodies delight: simple but well prepared. Overall ambience is casual upscale and friendly vibe.0
Excellent wait service. especially classy bar tender.
Very nice, attentive staff. Quiet, but we dined at an early hour and it was beginning of a holiday weekend, so can't comment for sure on the noise level. Will definitely be back.
The food is not very good, unfortunately. And the cocktails need attention.
The staff is lovely.
Excellent food,excellend service for friend in wheelchair Everyone had a wonderful time
We enjoyed their special Shakespeare in the Park menu before Twelfth Night. Great food and wine in a beautiful room. Service was excellent and geared toward taking care of us before the show. Very close to the Delacorte.
Terrific gazpacho .... had a nice spicyness to it (which I enjoyed thoroughly!)
Service was attentive and pleasant.
A great choice if you are going to an exhibit at the New York Historical Society.
My sister and I went for lunch during restaurant week. The bread that came with the appetizer was burned, and the great waiter was gracious about getting me a new one but they shouldn’t have put it on the plate in the first place. My sister asked for her burger to be done medium, and it was still pink. She didn’t ask to have them fix it, although I imagine they would have. The waiter was the high point: kind and personable. My risotto was OK but forgettable. The tiramisu was excellent.
Beautiful place. I had a steak and it was fantastic. We were very happy.
Storico is the perfect pre-Shakespeare in the Park dinner location. The food was great. We happened to hit Restaurant Week so the value was excellent. Our server Lucky was a delight. The decor is a little Scandinavian modern and it’s a little noisy, but it works with nice high ceilings.
This is an excellent place whether you are visiting the Historical Society or attending Shakespeare in the Park. The food is good, there is a new menu and the ambiance is very nice, quiet and attractive, Well worth a visit.
The NYHisorical Society makes a captive audience for Storico. Each time we have eaten there we are sorry we didnt make more of an effort to find another restaurant in the neighborhood. The food is not bad, but the sound level is deafening, the wait staff is pleasant but incompetent (our party of 7 (including 3 children) waited over an hour for our lunch on an ordinary Tuesday) and it is not a very good value. Honoestly, I dont know why we keep coming back. Hope springs eternal. The NYHistorical Society is the big pull.
Absolutely wonderful eatery!! Six of us had a great birthday brunch for a family member on Sunday. The menu has lots of great options! Each dish was incredibly tasty. My favorite was the baked eggs - not what I envisioned, but delicious and divine. As for the service, it's been a while since I have experienced such a competent and gracious wait staff - very attentive and helpful. Overall the staff was so flexible and accommodating; all was set up when we arrived; we brought in a balloon center piece which was fine with them; a Happy Birthday singing telegram arrived; and, it all went smoothly thanks to the staff.
As for price and ambiance - can't be beat. Bright and cheery - a bit on the small side but manageable, fair amount of chatter, but not ideal for a quite dinner date. I was amazed when the check arrived - incredibly reasonable for the 6 of us who had more than the entrees (coffees, wine, deserts, etc.).
The added benefit was its location in the Historical Society of NY. Post brunch we all went to the exhibits and stayed until closing - end to a perfect day!
We went there on Restaurant Week and had a $58 per person 3-course dinner with wine pairing. The food was delicious, the waiters were super helpful, professional and kind. The place, inside New York Historical Society, is one of the most beautiful and stylish in the city. We really enjoyed our experience.
We went to Storico based on a recommendation from the Public Theater for pre-theater dining.
It is really a great choice. Both our entrees were very good and our appetizer was a fun seasonal choice. Our only concern was leaving on time for the show, and getting a check was a little time consuming.
Other than that, I am happy for the recommendation and enjoyed the experience immensely.
while the ambiance is pleasant and the food is good, the noise level at lunchtime is poor in that there is nothing in the room to absorb sound and the tables are fairly close together so it is hard to carry on a conversation. for this reason we will not be back. too bad. they really should do something about this.
I thought the service was a bit slow compared to previous times I had eaten there. The food was good.
Food was delicious and our server was great! We were pleasantly surprised to see they had a great Restaurant Week menu.
Place is so beautiful. But unfortunately food quality is unstable. Sometimes it’s very good but this time was just okay.
It was unbearably cold in the restaurant. Food was very good and the service was good but we were SO uncomfortable because of the temperature.
A beautiful restaurant--such a lovely atmosphere. The service was wonderful: friendly and attentive. The fried chicken was AMAZING!
Very good food and service in a pleasant room; would definitely return. Something should be done about the noise level as it gets extremely loud when busy.
The food was absolutely delicious and interesting. Many typical entrees were made special by adding unusual extras or substitutes. One complaint - there were not a lot of options for those trying to watch their calories. A few more healthy options would be great.