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About Tarallucci e Vino NoMad
"All ends well with Tarallucci E Vino" is the famous Italian saying rooted in the tradition of resolving any matter over a glass of wine and tarallucci, the classic southern Italian cookie.
Tarallucci e Vino NoMad is the latest addition to the Tarallucci e Vino family. Housemade pastries, fresh pastas and New York Greenmarket inspired dishes are prepared to highlight the natural beauty of the products. An extensive cocktail list, created by Damiano Coren of London's Dorchester Hotel, NYC's Employees Only, and most recently The Standard East Village is full of housemade ingredients and flavorsome twists. A list of 300 wines draws from family-run and biodynamic wineries in Italy and Europe, satisfying the most discerning diners. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Tarallucci e Vino NoMad’s bright, modern décor makes it just the right spot for anything from a business lunch, to a casual espresso, post work drink, or a stylish night out.
New York, NY 10016
Hours of Operation:
Between Park Ave South & Madison
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Please contact us directly with any catering inquiries!
6 to 28th Street
N, R to 28th Street
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Daily happy hour from 4pm-7pm
Whether celebrating a special occasion with family and friends or hosting a corporate event, Tarallucci e Vino can accommodate all your special event needs.
Tarallucci e Vino NoMad Ratings and Reviews
My wife and I were in the city for a show and we had a late dinner here.
The food was good and our waitress was nice, but we never received our side dish of spinach with our meal. When I asked about it, she finally brought it over but we were already done with our main course. To be fair she did not charge us for it when I complained.
When we ordered dessert, we got our coffees, after we were done with the cake.
Nothing major here, but service could use a bit of an upgrade.
This location is by far my favorite and really wanted to show it to my friend who was visiting the city from Amsterdam during lunch time. And yet again it was not a disappointment! The selection for the lunch special is beyond amazing and the staff are personable and professional at the same time. Lunch, happy hour, or dinner you'll enjoy everything from their menu!
While I wouldn't say don't come to this place I had some annoying issues. Went about a week ago. It's a simple interior & only 2 others tables were occupied.
Shared an appetizer. The main course was cacio e pepe. I've had better but it was tasty. Problem was inspite of the fact there weren't a lot of people, we were terribly rushed.
Before we finished our appetizer the main course was out.
We even commented how glad we were that we weren't forced to choose dessert. ( prixe fixed menu ) But the entrees were placed down anyway.
I wouldn't go back BUT wasn't due to really bad food or service.
But with so many Italian places in NYC why bother?
I tried Tarallucci e Vino NoMad for the lunch restaurant week menu which looked inviting. I was seated outside as requested, and despite being near a major high rise and in the Madison and Park area it wasn't overly noisy. The hostess was very welcoming, service was fine...as they say in Italian, senza infamia e senza lode.
I chose the bruschetta with figs and cheese to start...fantastic. Branzino with grilled eggplant and shaved asparagus for my main...also very good. To finish I chose the cheese plate with honey instead of a typical dessert and it was just right. The spritz with Select was just so so....the Gavi di Gavi vino with my fish was better.
I don't know what the inside atmosphere is like but I would recommend this spot to friends or visitors.
We had s reservation for 7.30 and all arrived on time and were seated by 7.33. The restaurant was busy but not full so had s good vibe. We ordered our drinks and then the food a short while later.
All in all, our mains did not arrive until after 9.30pm. The appetizers also took a long time to arrive, then were left at our table for over 30 minutes. Nobody came to check on us and we had to wave down a member of staff to finally ask where our food wash. Since we had all ordered simple pasta dishes I would not expect t the wait we endured. Especially considering the restaurant was almost empty by the time we got our pasta. Nobody really apologized but they gave us our two desserts for free.
The food itself was ok. There are many better places to get pasta though and nothing was that special it was all edible. For the price it was poor value for money. The dishes were very small as if you are in a much more upscale restaurant but without the quality.
I would not go back to any of their locations based on the food even overlooking the terrible service. The food just isn't good enough for the price and it is all very 'safe' boring options.
The location was perfect. The food -- when it finally arrived -- was excellent, as it has always been at prior visits to other Tarallucci locations. The service, however, was simply awful. Awful to the extent that we waited more than a half hour for service during a late business lunch hour. We had an hour and change, but by the time the food came, we were hungry and cranky and kept watching our watches for out next appointment.
The staff was apologetic after the fact. But before the food arrived offered no reassurance, no apologies, nothing.
This was outdoor, casual dining at a restaurant I selected. Too bad. It would be very hard to go back despite the high quality of the food.
I took my mom here for her birthday and we had the best time. The food was great! My mom said her salad was seasoned perfectly and the pasta was cooked well - not mushy like some other spaghetti's she's had in the past. My grilled octopus and steak was delicious. They had an extensive wine menu and a great sommelier. Fernando is the sommelier and general manager. He was extremely knowledgeable about the wine list and very hospitable. We would definitely go back again!
Food was great, as was the wine, with a list dominated with Italian selections although there are a few from France/Spain etc.; but don't expect much selection out side of Italian juice. That being said, we dined for restaurant week. Again food was great, but for the first day of restaurant week to be told that two of the three dessert options were unavailable (they only had sorbet/gelato) was quite disappointing.
We have been to other locations of this resto and enjoyed the experience, but this place was a huge disappointment!. It was a slow summer Saturday eve with only 2 tables filled inside the place and the service was quite slow. The burrata was average, the ravioli was tasteless, and the duck was horrendously salty. I complained about the duck and was offered another entree, but everything took so long to come out of the kitchen and was so uninspired that it wasn't worth waiting for anything more. I would have expected the server to take it off our bill or comp a dessert at least, but nothing was done. This is not an inexpensive place with our bill at $140 without tip for 2 people. We dine out in this neighborhood several times a week and will never go back to any of their locations.
Food is excellent and unique but wait staff is disorganized. Cocktail orders were difficult and deliver wrong. Manhattan up with an orange twist was delivered first time on the rocks without the twist and second time without the twist. When ordering a Gimlet the waiter had to inquire as to ingredients. The waiter didn't have an understanding of cocktails. I have been a few times and the noise level keeps increasing to a point where it was uncomfortable this last time. Great wine list, especially Amarone's.
We had a big group (9 people) come and the staff was friendly and patient with us while we waiting for 2 people who were late. Place was empty when we went (around 12 on sat) and other customers slowly poured in. We stayed at the restaurant until 2:30 and the waiter and staff didn't mind at all. We were a fairly loud group but the waiter was so nice and he talked to us and gave us suggestions on what to order. Overall it was an awesome place (don't forget to check in on yelp - you get a 10% discount!)
The restaurant had a bad odor -- like something dirty. All three of us in the party could smell it and the maître d' / manager did not seem interested in our concern. The food was mediocre at best. Given the casual menu, the wine list is missing moderately priced wines.
Tarallucci e Vino on 28th is perfect for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Each dish is well prepared and curated - never disappointing. The breakfast pastries, available till 11 am are a hidden gem and their coffee is the way it should be - strong, well balanced and perfectly made in whichever form you like it. I personally prefer the bar seating for breakfast or lunch and the tables with the couch seating in the main dining area for dinner. Their outside seating in the summer has umbrellas and a nice ambiance - almost making you forget you're on such a busy street. Enjoy.
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