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Tre specializes in a selection of small plates, inspired by traditional Neapolitan street food. Alongside the small plates, Tre offers a selection of Appetizers, Pasta, and Main Courses.
Tre puts equal importance on ingredients, community, aesthetics, atmosphere and quality. Local, farm fresh ingredients are paired alongside imported ingredients to create dishes that are pleasing to the palate, the eye, the body and the planet.
*All pasta dishes at Tre can be prepared using Gluten-free pasta.
New York, NY 10002
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Friday and Saturday dinner reservations will be honored only if confirmed by phone on the day of the reservation.
East Houston And Stanton Street
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We offer both on-site & off-site catering services. Please send us an email for details.
F train to 2nd Avenue. F, J, or M to Essex-Delancey.
Private Party Facilities:
Tre hosts a variety of private events in both the main dining room and the covered back patio. Whether you're hosting an intimate birthday dinner or a holiday cocktail party, we have a great space for you!
Private Party Contact:
Lauren Brooks: (855) 397-8758
Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Delivery, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Sangria Mondays! $23.95 Unlimited Sangria and Spaghetti with Meatballs
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Tre Ratings and Reviews
Service was really great, as well as the wine service. The pasta was alright—I ordered the fettuccine w/ porcino and it wasn’t the best I’ve had, but still tasty. The burratta starter was delicious though, definitely recommend. I’d come here again for the service and the ambiance, but would probably stick to a few small plates.
The food was great but the service was terrible. Even though the restaurant was half empty it took forever for our waiter to come over and once we ate they did not clear the plates until I asked them to. I would go here again but with the expectation that the service is slow and inattentive.
Met some old friends and shared lots of small plates and pasta. The fried artichokes are transcendent. Everyone enjoyed their dinner, and because the prices are so incredibly reasonable and the value so good especially for an east village restaurant, people were relaxed. Restaurant is cozy and low-key, best to go early evening because they are packed with a wait by eight.
Restaurant looks cute and casual. The menu listing had a good selection for decent prices.
However, the execution wasn't great. The bar is extremely tight, even for NYC standards. Not a great place to even have a drink waiting for someone. Can't imagine eating anything there.
We ate out back, which is a cute area. The artichokes appetizer and salad was good. The two pastas though were really just barely ok. A bit concerned about trying this place again, as there are so many great casual Italian restaurants in the city.
Love this place! My boyfriend and I were fortunate enough to sit outside in the cute area they have. The burrata was excellent and we ordered the carbonara and the truffle oil/fungi pasta. Both were excellent and we got each with gluten free pasta since my boyfriend is highly allergic. Definitely recommend!!!
I've come to this restaurant on every visit to NYC. I loved the charm of it, the food, wine list and the family like feel of the staff. This trip was so disappointing. The bartender was texting the whole time, barely checked on us, did not ask if we even wanted more wine and we kept pouring our own water. At one point, the bartender and the wait staff was at one end of the bar crowded together and one of them took a hit of what appeared as an e cigarette but smelled like something else. It was so disappointing and the owners of the business should know about this as this contributes to their loss in profits. Hire people that enjoy what they do and actually will up sell your drink menu as in the restaurant business that's where you make most of your return. My friend and I decided that this will be our last time going there and we will still remember it from the earlier days and how great it used to be. Super disappointing that this is what it's become.
My husband and I went for a date. It was our first time. The server explained that we would not be able to order anything fried from the menu because the oil was being changed in the kitchen. This would not have been a problem except that half of the menu involved something fried. I ordered the skirt steak and could not get the truffle fries that were supposed to go with it so I asked for mashed potatoes and was told I couldn't have that either. Skirt steak was pretty good. My husband enjoyed his homemade pappardelle dish. The lava cake was good but we didn't really like the sorbet that went with it. Servers are very nice but it takes a bit long for them to check on you.
I'm sorry experience was so bad left without eating.From the ads photos to menu selection to the con that reservations were all booked up all untrue.Arrived expected a crowded lively place instead not one soul very poor decor staff terribly impolite and the menu was very limited and Nithing like online.I don't know how venues are vetted but that Shoukd be reviewed.Very disappointed w guests on Valentines Dat really shouldn't call it Italian cuisine!
Stayed at a hotel nearby. Had dinner there and enjoyed the food and the ambiance. Got a carry-out of the burata the next night to take to some friends place for wine and appetizers before we went out for dinner. Everyone loved the burata and wanted to know where we got it. Grabbed a quick bite before we left for the airport! So in 48 hours we ate there 3X!!! Yeah, I guess we really liked it!
We had lovely evening at Tre last night! We started out with the arancini and fried artichokes from the happy hour menu- both were delicious. Then the Tre burger and mesclun salad and the 3 veggie plates for $18 which was a great deal as well. Overall great food and atmosphere for reasonable prices. Will definitely come back.
My boyfriend and I had a amazing meal at Tre. The menu was the best we've seen in the Italian genre. Was healthy, lots of substitution options, vegetarian, and creative and unique. One of the best pasta dishes we have tried in the city! The food was fresh, real, homemade, perfectly seasoned and flavorful. The bartender made me a delicious martini by request and we got to try wine options before we ordered. Will definitely be back here!
I went to Tre for an after-work get-together with a friend and enjoyed the food and ambiance. Our waitress was also very patient while we took extra time to decide what to order. My fettuccine with mushroom was good, but the lasagna stole the show--it was the definition of melt-in-your-mouth comfort. I wish we'd ordered 3 plates of it!
The special grilled calamari salad was outstanding. I got the 3 veggies appetizer and chose carrots which were exceptional , the eggplant which was very yummy and the brussel sprouts which were good. We shared the bolongese and it was good, but would prob choose something else next time. I liked all the apps better. Our server was great. Overall, I was very impressed.
Booked online from our hotel opposite. Pure chance we found this little gem of a restaurant. Friendly service, decent wine by the glass and good portions, which were very tasty. Husband extolled the short rib. Chicken came on the bone but with artichokes it was yummy.
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