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Bar Veloce

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176 Seventh Ave
New York, NY 10011
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(212) 629-5300
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Bars, Pubs & Clubs , Restaurants

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Bar Veloce - New York, NY
Bar Veloce - New York, NY
Bar Veloce - New York, NY
Bar Veloce - New York, NY
Bar Veloce - New York, NY
Bar Veloce - New York, NY
Bar Veloce - New York, NY
Bar Veloce - New York, NY
Bar Veloce - New York, NY

Reviews

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Best

All I can say is this place makes you feel relaxed and is a great place for glass of wine or a share bottle for a date or after a long day at work. Try the Solo Reggiano and the O...

Worst

My friends and I had dinner at Veloce on 12/20/07. It was quite cramped and very busy, but that's understandable given the location. The food/wine was adequate. Nothing special, b...

Wonderful Service, Warm & Elegant 8/5/2005

Our experience at Bar Veloce was wonderful. The bartender was not arrogant, in fact, quite helpful. We wouldn't categorize him as a 'sommelier,' because that word alone sounds pretentious. We're in the restaurant industry and like to visit a place where no one knows us, so if the bartender wants obnoxious customers to leave, we really don't blame him. My friends and I were more than delighted to see 'coat hooks' to hang our purses and belongings on. And the bartender didn't "neglect" to give us toothpicks because this place just doesn't have them. There's something unappealing about toothpicks in general. We loved the food and choices of wines on the menu. Most of all, being in the company of appreciative people was rewarding. more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    This wine bar practically gleams on this slightly shabby stretch of Seventh Avenue. Its frosted-glass entrance leads into a clean, almost gallery-like space. Inside, the object of veneration is clear: Brick walls set off the perfectly stacked rows of wine bottles behind the long, unfinished wood bar. Early in the night, arty neighborhood folks join with an after-work crowd. Later, a post-dinner and date crowd trickles in to enjoy the grown-up, but not stuffy, ambience.

    The Draw
    If reasonably priced glasses of wine served by friendly suited bartenders isn't enough of a draw, the tempting array of Italian-inspired tapas, including paninis and cheese plates, should do the trick. The prosciutto bruschetta, with fig paste, rosemary and pine nuts, offers a burst of sweetness in each bite and pairs nicely with the Lugana, a crisp white. Those looking for a more full-bodied red, should sample the Cannonau Riserva.

  • 11/23/2004 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Mon-Sun 5pm-3am
  • Payments:

    American Express, Visa, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    Midtown, Chelsea

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