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Santina is a coastal Italian restaurant created by Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi and Jeff Zalaznick. Situated on what used to be the coast of Manhattan where some of the city's first farmers market once stood, Santina takes inspiration from the neighborhood’s history with a menu that highlights vegetables and fish. Dishes like Giardinia Crudite, Spaghetti Blue Crab and Bass Agrigento integrate Italian coastal cuisine with modern culinary sensibilities. Santina is located underneath the Gansevoort entrance to the High Line park in a structure designed by renowned architect Renzo Piano.
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New York, NY 10014
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday
Breakfast & Lunch: 10:00am-3:00pm
Saturday / Sunday
Sunday - Tuesday: 5:30pm - 10pm
Wednesday/Thursday: 5:30pm - 11pm
Friday/Saturday: 5:30pm - Midnight
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
The nearest parking garage is on Jane Street between Greenwich Street and Hudson Street.
The A/C/E and L trains are all located at 14th Street and 8th Avenue.
Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Outdoor dining, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Santina is available for large party bookings and full restaurant buyouts. Santina can accommodate up to 100 guests for seated events and up to 200 guests for cocktail style receptions within the restaurant. Santina's patio can accommodate an additional 50 guests seated or 100 for cocktails.
Santina Ratings and Reviews
Pro: Restaurant provided excellent service. Recommendations of what was best to eat were good.
Con: Very overpriced for what was delivered. Appetizers- Shrimp dish was VERY good, after that the other appetizers and main meals were not worth the time.
Drinks we ok, but for 14-15$ I expect something special.
Unique warm coastal Italian ambiance with a friendly crew,excellent service and amazing delicious food make you want to go there again and again. Combine your visit with Whitney Museum of American Art and enjoy Santina's superb food and cocktails! Cecinas (chickpea pancakes) with different toppings, squash carpaccio, blue crab spaghetti, grapefruit italian ice are some of the signatures. I love Santina!
I LOVE this place. Have been 3 x now and it never disappoints. I especially love the fact that basically the entire menu can be gluten free and at the same still so interesting and delicious. I’ve brought friends from overseas, I’ve also brought my mom (who is celiac). There is something for everyone and the food is unique, fresh, and exciting. I’m obsessed with the chickpea pancakes, the fritto misto (i mean gluten free fried calamari? Come on!), the salads, and pastas. Plus the wine list is also stellar! Oh and the wait staff! They are also enthusiastic and incredibly knowledgeable and helpful. There will definitely be a 4th, 5th etc visit in my future!
Such a cute space but disappointing experience. Had a reservation for 1:15pm for Sunday brunch. Arrived at 1 and full Party was present. Was told it would just be a few minutes at 1:15. Inquired again as tables were open and several other parties were seated before us despite us having been there for longer. We were not seated until 1:50pm - 35 minutes after our set reservation and nearly an hour after we had arrived. Minimal apologies/service recoveries offered. Food was decent and reasonably quick to come out. Ambiance and decor are very cute.
Overall way too expensive for what is served and the menu is very limited. Ambience is beautiful and perfect location if you want to walk Highline. Servers were very friendly . One order of chickpea crepes with Bellini’s is enough for 2 to share for a light snack. My firsts had way to much cheese in it and it looked like eggs were added to a soup of cheese.
Service here is generally quite poor and snooty. Waitress was unable to smile, she seemed v unhappy as did other staff. Not sure if something is going on with the management but such a contrast with bubbys across the street. The only reason people choose this is it takes reservations and generally has space as people don’t want to wait at bubbys line.
This restaurant is great--fun decor and delicious food. The only downside is the ridiculous bathroom situation. They have only two stalls for the entire restaurant (including all staff)--and it's a big place! As a result, there is always an incredibly long wait for the bathroom. If only they'd fix that, it would be fantastic.
This place is really great. I visited this place twice in the span of four days, once for lunch and once for dinner. The atmosphere and ambience is fantastic, and it's a vibe that's really hard to find elsewhere. The food is fantastic (their specialty pancakes are amazing) and the servers are also very friendly. Would recommend this place for friends, dates, and family.
We went for an early dinner (my wife and our Thanksgiving weekend guests went to an afternoon play). Early is the operative word. It was mostly empty when we arrived and 60% empty when we finished dinner. That’s why it was so hard to understand why we were rushed through dinner. The salad course arrived with the entree. The check arrived before we had finished coffee and after dinner drinks. Never again.
Found out about this place from an article highlighting brunch places in Time Out magazine. I’ve since been several times and each time has been wonderful. The food is fresh and delicious. The service is always very prompt and polite. Love coming here for brunch!
The food was great even though the portions were very very small for the price. The service was extremely slow. One of our friends was celebrating her birthday and they charged us for a dessert we didn't even pick. I would go back for the place and probably the food one day that I'm not hungry and have a lot of patience to wait.
One of my worst dining experiences in NYC.
Never again.... I had made a reservation weeks ago and on top of it gave my credit card number....
The reservation was at 8.30 and they showed us to our table at 9.15... The service was despicable, the whole order was wrong and as for the food , all 5 of us agreed that it was one of the worst we ever had...
The hostesss was a complete snob and did not even pay attention to out complaints for their tardiness...
I steongly recommend you try other amazing NYC restaurants
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