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.
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I love Storico for myself and my recent visit was with my brother visiting from Washington State. He had a great time treating himself to the Fish & Chips. Our waiter was amazing. We will be back for more!
I have been to this restaurant several times and liked it. The dining room is beautiful, light, and airy. However, it was a bad day last time. My companion's pasta tasted synthetic and my fish and chips batter lacked any crispness. There may have been a hush puppy included, but I couldn't tell. Was it just a ball of deep-fried batter? The coffee was bitter, too. Then one of the waiters slipped in the kitchen area and dropped a whole tray of food. The tension from that point was palpable. The problem with an open kitchen is that if something goes wrong there, the whole place knows it.
I have eaten at Storico many times, and it's always been top notch. The fish and chips this time, though, outdid any other meal--it was great! The reason I gave only 4 stars is that my companion had to send her hamburger back because it wasn't cooked to medium, as she requested. But she did get another, fresh one, which was fine.
Noise so totally overpowering, no ability at all for conversation. Service sloppy. Food odd. Will never return, just attend the museum lecture and go elsewhere for dinner.
Great stop for lunch before visiting the museum.
Beautiful, light, airy and elegant dining room with a happy, buzzy atmosphere. Well composed menu with freshly cooked dishes. The duck risotto is amazing! Very large portions - save space or share pudding.
Fantastic service - friendly and professional: we were made to feel special.
Expensive by UK standards but well worth it for the experience ($140/£110 for 1 risotto, 1 salad, 2 glasses Prosecco, av. bottle of rose wine, 1 pudding 1 coffee excluding the tip)
Great food and located just off Central Park. A perfect combination!
This is one of our favorite go to restaurants for a bite to eat.
Good food, reasonably comfortable seating, good service, somewhat noisier than ideal. Would go again.
Restaurant was fine
Dinner for six. The food and service were very good.
We come a distance to visit Manhattan for a week or more every year and going to the West Side and Storico is part of that experience especially the day before the Thanksgiving Day parade when the balloons are being prepared. Storico's menu is not what it once was especially in desserts which appear to be an afterthought. Storico had the most amazing gelato flavors before and wonderful cookies. Now gone. Better appetizers were served in the past; also more ordinary and less Italian entrees now prevail. There appears to be an identity shift that is misguided. Also, too many items come with pepper in the batter or marinades. I like do salt and pepper on my own food thank you and some people cannot have either. Too bad.
Our second time here after visiting the NYHS. Nice place for lunch or dinner. Dinner’s more cozy while lunch works with the energy of the museum. Friendly service.
My eggplant was so salty, it was inedible. The waiter didn’t charge us for the meal which I ate except for the eggplant. The cook had forgotten to rinse it after brining.
I had eaten at Storico several times before, and didn't love the food, but it was fine. The room is beautiful, and I suggested to my guests, one of whom is a food writer, that we eat there after seeing the Harry Potter exhibition at the New York Historical Society. Unfortunately, the food was awful: the salads were dripping in dressing, and the pasta that one of has had, tasted like something one would find in a school cafeteria. The service was pretty awful too: the waiter tried to clear plates from our shared first course, and we had to tell him twice not to take the plates away. They did take one salad off the bill, but then overcharged us for the tuna addition to the salad which was supposed to be $7 instead of the $9 we were charged until we complained, for about one bite's worth of (canned) tuna.
I was with 2 out-of-town visitors and we all enjoyed our meals. It would be even better if something could be done to minimise the noise level - after all, all hard surfaces don't lend themselves to quiet conversation.
We love Storico and everyone we take there is bowled over by the place. The only thing at this visit was that the service was very slow--likely because the place was packed. But it certainly wouldn't stop me from going back. In fact, we recommended it to two friends from California yesterday.
Restaurant was overwhelmed by tourists in town for the marathon. Soup was cold. Other food was burnt. Noise level was terrible at 2:30 and still they played music. And it was cold. Not a good experience. Choose date and time carefully!
Food is delicious. Generous portions. Pasta cooked to perfection. Fairly priced. Noisy! A bit cramped. But go anyway. Who would think museum food could be this good!
The host was not polite but our server was great
feels like being in Europe.
Lovely space and nice menu.
A pleasant restaurant at the New York Historical Society. Very good atmosphere, service and food. Nice place whether you visit the NYHS or not.
Not worth the time or money. Some dishes are okay, some others completely miss the mark.
Have always loved this place since it opened. It has never disappoint me. Jus a perfect museum restaurant b
pastas were delicious especially the Bolognese but the burrata could use some work. Creative names for cocktails but the drinks were okay.
The menu has many wonderful choices from the branzino to the great rissoto. We loved the fried zucchini appetizer. It is great to share. The side dish of mushrooms is wonderful. The service is great and it is a perfect place to eat before the NYHS programs.
The host and servers were more than accommodating to my rapidly-shrinking party (from 7 to 5) with a toddler. Thank you. NB: For those coming in car, don't do that in a Sunday when there's a farmers market across the street.
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).
Came here and half the restaurant was empty but we were seated in a section where the bartender is also the waiter so throughout the meal there were servers just walking around and we had to flag down people for any service. We had arugula salad which was overly acidic (Granny Smith apple, pickled onions and Vin), burrata - hard to eat as the cheese was one the bread that wasn't cut and smothered in balsamic so you couldn't pick it up either, and the campanelle where the pasta was overcooked and the "sauce" was just underseasoned ground meat. Cocktails lacked depth and the highlight of the meal was the 18 dollar, 6oz glass of wine. Felt like a bad cafeteria experience.
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.