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Petrarca Cucina E Vino - 6 Reviews - 34 White St, New York, NY - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (212) 625-2800

Petrarca Cucina E Vino

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34 White St (at at Church St.)
New York, NY 10013
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(212) 625-2800
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Restaurants , Italian Restaurants

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Petrarca Cucina E Vino - New York, NY
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Petrarca Cucina E Vino - New York, NY
Petrarca Cucina E Vino - New York, NY
Petrarca Cucina E Vino - New York, NY

Reviews

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Best

I absolutely love Petrarca! My friends and I eat here often. I tend to stick to the pasta dishes (spaghetti carbonara, lasagna, gnocchi, etc.), but I've had the lamb and chicken...

Worst

BAD FOOD & THE WORST SERVICE. RUDE & HOSTILE OWNER! DO NOT GO HERE! This place was by far the worst restaurant that I have ever been to in all of NYC. The service was beyond ...

Authentic and delicious Italian food! 2/17/2010

I absolutely love Petrarca! My friends and I eat here often. I tend to stick to the pasta dishes (spaghetti carbonara, lasagna, gnocchi, etc.), but I've had the lamb and chicken dishes, too, and they were just as good. The staff is friendly and attentive, and the warm and cozy atmosphere (with wine bottles on all of the walls) makes you feel right at home. I highly recommend eating here if you're in Tribeca...or willing to travel to Church & White for a delicious meal! Pros: great service, authentic italian, cozy atmosphere more

Solid Food and Friendly Service 1/11/2009

We stop at this restaurant often just for the black ink seafood pasta. Their food is always on point and their staff is helpful with the wine list (italian). In the summer you can sit outside and enjoy Tribeca evenings. They have a frize salad with pear and honey that is dreamy and the salmon is good too. Pros: good staff Cons: traffic more

Great Wine * Great Pasta * Great Service* 9/1/2008

This family owned business is a well respected Tribeca restaurant, the pasta is amazing and they have a great wine selection. The lasagna is to die for !!! The owners are wonderful, always walking around making sure everyone is happy and feels welcome! I live in the neighborhood and my friends and I have never had a bad experience, I highly recommend- Pros: * Home-made Pasta * Wine Selection * more

BAD FOOD & THE WORST SERVICE. RUDE & HOSTILE OWNER! 7/16/2008

BAD FOOD & THE WORST SERVICE. RUDE & HOSTILE OWNER! DO NOT GO HERE! This place was by far the worst restaurant that I have ever been to in all of NYC. The service was beyond horrible and the seafood was raw. First they brought all of my starter and main dish at the same time, and my single glass of wine about 15 minutes after. When I discovered that my calamari was undercooked, the owner actually placed her finger in my food!!!! And ate at a piece at the table. She then proceeded to tell me that my friend and I were too young to be eating at her restaurant. Even though I?m 27 years old. Afterwards the check was presented to me, without asking if I would like anything else in place of the raw appetizer that I received, or even if I wanted dessert. After I brought this up, in private out of the dining room, out of respect for the few other couples eating, the owner of the restaurant mind you, told me that good service was when you bring the check while you?re still eating and called me and ?low class drunk? for bringing this to her attention. As a traditional upscale Italian eatery I would expect them to know that a check is never brought until asked for. And as an American establishment they should also know that the customer is always right, nor do they call the clients names. Next time I?ll take my business to Capri Cafe Megu, Bread, 66, or Dos Caminos where they know how to run a service industry establishment and treat paying customer with respect. As a native New Yorker, who has eaten at most every fine dining restaurant in this city this, is hands down the worst place I?ve ever been. Plus, I didn?t know drinking a glass a wine and being 27 at made you a ?low class drunk?, I don?t think I have been more disrespected in my life. Maybe the owner is the one who should lay off the drinks?. My recommendation: IF YOU WANT GOOD ITALIAN FOOD GO TO CAPRI CAFE! Pros: nothing would ever make me go back here. Cons: Raw food, rude service, called me names, pushy more

RUDE AND HOSTILE OWNER + UNDERCOOKED FOOD 7/16/2008

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BAD FOOD & THE WORST SERVICE. RUDE & HOSTILE OWNER! DO NOT GO HERE! This place was by far the worst restaurant that I have ever been to in all ... more

Great food, service & ambience! 1/27/2008

We went early (around 7pm on a Sat) and was seated immediately. The waiter provided great and personal service and made excellent food and wine suggestions. The white fish with the lemon sauce was delicious and did not make me sick after (as most fish in restaurants do), the home made pasta was also very delicious. The dessert was amazing... puff pastry with little globs of ice cream and choc sauce - simple and delicious. Overall, great dining experience, convenient and delicious food! Service was very very good, this one's a keeper! Pros: Great service, food, wine and the dessert was yummy, friendly neighborhood place Cons: None I can think of more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    Once through the slightly foreboding entrance--black doors with red glass panels--this bar is undoubtedly inviting. Dark wood walls, a fish tank behind the bar and framed posters make the main space feel something like your grandma's basement--circa 1976. Red Chinese lanterns cast a warm glow from above, and candlelit tables set the tone for retro romancing. The similarly comfy downstairs lounge revs up the party with DJs on the weekends.

    The Draw
    In posh Tribeca, a cheap and relaxed happy hour can be hard to find, and "i" is a rare treat. Friendly barkeeps mix generous well drinks and keep the inexpensive beers coming, and suits mingle with sneaker-clad students from nearby New York Law School. This welcoming hangout makes an ideal spot for a cheap date on Thursday nights from 5pm to 7pm, when patrons relax to live jazz without a cover.

  • 11/4/2004 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Tue-Thu 4pm-12am Fri-Sat 4pm-2am
  • Payments:

    Cash, American Express, Visa, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    Tribeca, Downtown
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