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Pisticci - 49 Reviews - 125 La Salle St, New York, NY 10027, New York, NY - Romantic Dining Reviews - Phone (212) 932-3500

Pisticci

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125 La Salle St, New York, NY 10027
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Best

Terrific dining experience! Pasta al dente delicious. Nice atmosphere and friendly staff. Going back soon!

Worst

I'm confused by some of these glowing reviews. Who are these people, and do they actually have any restaurant experience? The place is average at best. The portions are terribly s...

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One of my favorite spots in the city! 7/22/2008

Everytime my friends come to visit me I make sure we spend a good couple of hours at Pisticci...well...for the ones who know it they don't even let me forget about it..as they have started to be the ones who drag me there lately. Pisticci gets you hooked with its great staff and delicious food at a really good price...Make sure you take your friends there...especially if you guys need to catch up!;) more

It could be a contender 9/22/2004

I was speechless and thrilled when MAX, my favorite Italian from Avenue B, opened their uptown outpost, MAX Soha, convenient to both my home and work. I still love MAX... when I want to deal with it (its popularity, and occasionally the snooty attitude of its hostesses, followed it uptown). So when Pisticci, the new joint, opened near us, we were skeptical. Could it live up to MAX? The answer is: no, but that's not what it's there for. Pisticci is a cozy basement space with a cute sidewalk cafe at street level. The menu has reliable standbys (fettucine with wild mushrooms, chicken grilled in sage served under a bed of arugula, polenta with meatballs, to name a few), some dishes that are trying to compete with its more esteemed competition a few blocks away (like the pasta with lamb ragu, which is done much better at MAX), but the specials can really knock your socks off. The other night, for example, I had sauteed chicken with artichoke hearts, and it was exceptional. We've brought our parents (tough restaurant customers, and none of them enamored of MAX) several times and they always love it. We've come with small kids and it's never a problem. It's not exactly on the beaten path, but if you find yourself near Grant's Tomb with an appetite, it's the best place I can think of. more
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Editorial

  • Serving Italian pasta, salad, soup, meatballs, dessert and more.

  • 11/20/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    11 am-3:30 pm, 4:30-11 pm. Bar: Sun-Thurs until 11:30 pm, Fri-Sat until midnight
  • Payments:

    American Express, Master Card, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    Uptown, Morningside Heights
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