.Tarallucci e Vino Union Square
Tarallucci e Vino Union Square is our flagship restaurant. This location is home to our bakery, event spaces, cooking classes and team building workshops. Our restaurant provides an authentic Italian experience in a rustic setting, bringing the ease and casual elegance of Italy’s bars and “caffe's” to New York City. Our housemade pastries, fresh pastas and greenmarket inspired dishes embody our standard of Italian cuisine. Our versatile wine list, featuring family owned wineries in Italy, complement our dishes and create an authentic dining experience. Enjoy outdoor seating, business meetings, romantic dinners, casual gatherings at our daily happy hour and weekend brunches with family and friends at Tarallucci e Vino Union Square. Open for breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner.
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They are a good mix of upscale and comfortable. Very low key inside but you get good food and wine. Check it out if you're in the area
Terrific food with very good service. The noise level is fairly loud otherwise a perfect meal.
We loved the ambience, and the food was amazing! Everyone was very happy with what they ordered. Very fresh ingredients and service was great!
Food was very good, but noise level was challenging.
Branzino was excellent and my friend loved her pasta dish. Just wish server didn't interrupt when we were clearly in the middle of an intense conversation.
The meatballs are delicious. Restaurant week menu was great. Good choices. We all enjoyed.
Quality of food was excellent. Ambiance was average
Matt is attentive, funny, knowledgeable about restaurant and menu. He was a delight and enhanced our brunch experience. He clearly enjoys his work, or he is a great actor.
Would visit the restaurant again just to sit at Matt’s table. Of course, the food was excellent.
When I arrived, and checked in with my reservation, I was told they didn’t have a table for us - despite the fact that we had a reservation.
The brunch they had was a good value - but the waitress charged us the restaurant week price instead of the price advertised on their menu. Not sure if this was a careless mistake or if the restaurant figured the prices were comparable enough that people wouldn’t notice/care.
Also - there was a $7 dollar upcharge for a certain entree in the category we were told we could order ANYTHING from with that deal - that the waitress DID NOT tell anyone about until the bill came.
The food was great - but all around, felt like the restaurant was just trying to get as much money out of us as possible.
Our reservation was for 1:30 and we didnt get seated until 2:10. But the food was delicious and good value for the price.
Took 30 minutes for the *host to take out order. Our server was a little swamped with a large table, but the restaurant can’t seat more than 50; so seemed a little odd that it was such a struggle. She was pleasant and professional. After the order snafu, food was great. I’d go back but hope for a different server.
This was the most unprofessional and terrible display of service I have ever seen at a restaurant, and ended in them losing our credit card and refusing to offer us anything for the terrible experience... I showed up at 8:40 for my 8:45 reservation and was told “2 minutes” for our table and we ended up being seated at 9:15. Understandable, sometimes restaurants are busy we didn't complain about it.
It was a prefix menu and one of the people eating with me is a vegetarian and ordered bruschetta which was described as “daily market bruschetta” on menu. When it came it had only cheese and prosciutto... he asked if he could get something else because he was vegetarian and all they offered him was mixed greens and balsamic dressing.
After eating our entrees, we were sitting waiting for dessert for over 15 minutes and then they bring us the check and describe how we need to leave because the restaurant was closing early that day... They failed to mention this when they sat us down 30 minutes after our reservation time. They tried to get us to leave the restaurant after 40 minutes of being seated when we hadn't gotten the dessert that we already paid for through the prefix menu! Still hadn't been offered anything for the clearly frustrating experience.
We didn’t make a fuss about anything and then they bring back the check and one of our cards isn’t in there. Not only were they unapologetic, they immediately blame us for losing the card or perhaps "putting it in our pockets without remembering." They started looking around the restaurant forever and can’t find anything. STILL they ask us to kindly pay the check and leave without offering any kind of compensation for this horrendous experience.
When we were leaving the restaurant, I said to manager on duty (Matt), this is absolutely unacceptable and ridiculous; if we were 40 years old we wouldn’t have paid a dime for this meal. He responds with “you’re right” but claims he doesn't have the authority to help us.
Good food and wine list, nice ambience and good place to visit
Very fresh ingredients. The vegetables perfectly complemented the main courses. The bartender also did a very nice job with a classic daiquiri.
Food and service was excellent and they had a nice list of wines by the glass. A nice, cozy spot for dinner.
We eat here several times a month for business lunches. Always good food and service. Had the soup of the day which was Asparagus & Zucchini, it was too watery not enough texture to the soup. Farro salad with chicken is excellent. Finish up with great coffee.
Good food, small portions, and not so great service.
Had a great meal here, me my manager for lunch and it was a great choice. Good food, great service, and a wonderful ambiance.
Went for Sunday brunch. Pasta portions were pretty small but maybe that was because it was brunch. Farro, arugula, butternut squash, feta salad was awesome. Drink prices were reasonable.
Bread for the table was not very good
Always good. A little noisy but not horrible
We discovered this restaurant by accident, when we tried to go to Rolf's last year for a holiday meal. We are SO happy we did and we've been back several times. Tarallucci is classy yet relaxed, with lovely ambiance and delicious food. This time my mom was visiting NYC for the first time in decades and we wanted to bring her someplace special. In my reservation notes, I'd requested a dry bottle of rosé around a certain pricepoint, and when we walked in our server had it ready. Not only was the food stupendous, they always have a great gluten-free selection for me and it didn't disappoint this time round. To top everything off, our server was a gem and made the meal so memorable and even more special.
Nice neighborhood feel for a restaurant just off Fifth Avenue. Quiet when we arrived fairly early around 6:00, but got a lot noisier as it filled up. The food was interesting: my chicken was spiced in an unusual way, fairly hot but not over the top. Way too many fingerling potatoes on the plate. Simple menu. Tiny bathroom. Waiter was very nice and friendly, though we had to wait quite a while for the check.
Delicious, authentic, fresh and fabulous Italian food in a lovely and lively setting. Great bar, great service, and wonderful atmosphere.
Fabulous! First time and we all thoroughly enjoyed everything! Food was outstanding!
We came here for the fixed price brunch menu, but they informed us (after we had ordered the beverages) that they had no pastry items. Then, when the check came, they charged us for the fixed price anyway.
Very noisy (Xmas party?). Service was amateur, at best. Food was good, not great.
Before sitting we were not informed that at the time they were not serving the full menu, but only paninis and salads. We went there for a full lunch not a snack.
Casual eatery but mediocre and unmemorable. Disappointing service. Location is good though and decor is modern and comfortable. Food was fine but nothing special.
Tarallucci e Vino is a fantastic restaurant. I’m Italian and can testify the food is ‘real’ with excellent produces and balanced, well-executed dishes. Cornetti and bomboloni are above expectations. Additionally, the service is excellent and very friendly, especially when we go there with our two toddlers. Great spot for brunch with family or lunch/dinner with friends.
Food was delicious, service was very good. Prefer less noise to be able to have a conversation.
Service was excellent. We had 8pp for a brunch and were hosted perfectly. Thank you again for everything. We will return.
Love this place! Had brunch there recently....wonderful menu, and the food was prepared beautifully. Only glitch was my decaf cappuccino...had 1 cup at the beginning of the meal, and one with dessert (a fabulous cheesecake)....both not hot enough!
I'm a big fan of Tarallucci's across the city. Good food and wine, reliable and comfortable. Our waiter this time was kind of spaced out, but then again we all are sometimes! Will return.
Great food and atmosphere for reunion dinner with college age relative. Right level of fun.
We had to ask multiple times to get tea and coffee...
Service pleasant , but very confused and slow. Not usually the case here.
Food was excellent, waiters friendly but service was slow, was not cheap but high quality
Booked this for a business meeting. One of our meals came much much later than the others. The whole group waited for that last entree to come which turns out they had forgotten to make. Manager refused to comp the meal, awkward after the waiter had said he would ask the manager. Very embarrassing experience as I had booked this for my boss and clients.
The pasta dishes are always very fresh. The drinks are on the high end to have with lunch. The service is very slow so you will need more than an hour which makes it difficult to go for lunch.