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257 6th Ave
New York, NY 10014
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Best

The staff is over the top friendly and accommodating, the food was delicious and the place was the perfect setting for a easy going meal and drinks with good friends. Also, enjo...

Worst

Last Thursday, a group of 10 friends met for after-work drinks/food. Our 6pm happy hour began as planned - we enjoyed bottles of wine and appetizers in the sunshine. At 7:30, a f...

Terrible, Lame, Sad... 9/14/2010

I live in in the area and finally decided to try this place. DO NOT EAT HERE. That is it, period. Service - terrible. Owner - euro-trash. Food - fake Italian. Price - I was shocked at my bill for such low quality food, loud electronic house music, bad service, and an ugly dining room. Any good review of this place must be written by the employees of the restaurant - there is no way those reviews are true. Out of the 100+ restaurants i eat at each year Scuderia is in my bottom 5 for 2010 more

DMANBURGER "Scuderia NYC" 3/21/2010

DMANBURGER “Scuderia NYC” March 11, 2010 In Italian, Scuderia means stable or team, and the team at this Northern Italian Trattoria is delightfully headed up by Leyla Marchetto and Alessandro Bandini. The decor is ingeniously adorned with illustrations from New Yorker cartoonist Marisa Acocella Marchetto, Vintage rock anthology and strategically splashed Italian graffiti. The dining room features family style communal tables, bar and private mezzanine, with seasonal access to 35 more spaces al fresco. I heard about Scuderia from the culinary fame that surrounds her location- Da Silvano.It was comforting and refreshing to know that this charming Greenwich Village spot has created its own confident gallop on such famed Italian piatti as Carpaccio di Manzo, Parpadelle al Cinghiale and Saltimbocca alla Romana. Scuderia is also famous for their thin and delectably scrumptious pizzas, which include ravishingly topped pies such as Piccante (Spicy Pork, Taleggio, Rucola), Tartufata al Formaggio ( Four cheeses, Black Truffles) and signature Scuderia (Fig Jam, Blue cheese. As the DMANBURGER I never expected to find among all these wonderfully inherited Italian specialties another inherited American treat; the burger! The Scudburger, as it’s affectionately called is a perfect Pat La Frieda blend of assorted rich prime cuts of which has been especially crafted for Scuderia. Open for a little over a year now, Scuderia has the brainchild of Chef Carlo Appolini in the kitchen, whom was former culinarian of such exorbitant upscale eats as Le Cirque at The Bellagio in Vegas and Osetria del Circo in New York. I sat in a comfortable window seat and was treated to a taste of Crostini Misti a Modo Nostro, which tonight was robust and hearty boar Ragu, white Cannelini beans hinted with Rosemary and fresh sautéed mushrooms, all of which were fantastic! I couldn’t wait to sample the burger which was looming in my thoughts as I contently watched Fred Astaire dancing in an old movie which was playing on a screen perched above the service line. ” Why was I watching Fred Astaire so intently” I scarily asked myself ? Normally I wouldn’t be able to focus on such a film, but tonight a peace and certainty came over me that could only be attributed to my calm and pleasant surroundings. The burger arrived which quickly took my attention off Daddy Long Legs and on to the mammoth beauty that was in front of me. The Scudburger was seated on a well toasted roll, oozing creamy good Caciocavello cheese, fresh Rucola, crispy fried Speck, dark caramelized onions and spicy mustard. The flavor was heavenly as I bit over and over into the complex layers of the burgers ingredients; the smokiness of the Speck, the velvety richness of the Caciocavello, the tartness of the Rucola and the delicate earthiness of the mushrooms. My only slight criticism would be the bun or roll, the bread was a little too coarse and cumbersome in my opinion, and rather hard on the tooth. Having said that though, I ate every bit of the leftover top-side of the bun using it to mop up tasty olive oil, which I thought was more suited for this type of bread. I had a wonderful time at Scuderia! Leyla and Alessandro are wonderful people who entertain their customers with the utmost respect and attention. The Scudburger wreaks of flavor and goodness and is definitely up there with my favorites in terms of flavor and originality. I look forward to returning to Scuderia, not only for the food, but for the World Cup Soccer festivities that they are planning in July as a wonderful place to park my caboose, eat my face off and watch some worldly competitive team football…….Ci vediamo presto Scuderia !! Pros: Atmostphere, overall food and service Cons: Scudburger bun more

Amazing Eats and great fun 11/1/2009

The staff is over the top friendly and accommodating, the food was delicious and the place was the perfect setting for a easy going meal and drinks with good friends. Also, enjoyed their Halloween party! What a treat!!! Scuderia is a must try. Pros: Food was delish, staff - super friendly, Price - perfect more

delicious from start to finish 7/9/2009

The sidewalk seating was spacious and comfortable. Everything was fresh and delicious: fava bean salad, grilled radicchio, rigatoni. But the dessert pizza was out of this world, and I'll be dreaming of it until I return! Pros: best dessert, great outdoor setting Cons: inside a bit loud more

Check it out! 7/1/2009

I had a great night out with friends here a while ago. The people are nice and the food was good and not expensive! If the weather is good, you can try to get a seat outside too. I'll go back for sure. Pros: outside seating and big groups Cons: might wait for your seat more

beautiful sidewalk and sipping 7/1/2009

visiting from Boston, I found this a neat place to peoplewatch. Outdoor seating under awning and enclosed with flowerpots created a comfortable space, yet we had lots if interaction with pasersby, most of whom were curious enough to come in for a drink! We sipped delicious wines that I let the sommelier select. "Salad of the day" is yummy and varies daily. I like a changing menu and would try something new on every visit. A definite stop on my next trip! Pros: interesting wine list, unusual "basics", like grilled cheese Cons: can be a bit noisey when full, but there's the fun, right? more

"I Should Have Known" 5/27/2009

Last Thursday, a group of 10 friends met for after-work drinks/food. Our 6pm happy hour began as planned - we enjoyed bottles of wine and appetizers in the sunshine. At 7:30, a few people in my party asked to order more food, but were refused. Shortly thereafter, I received a call from a very belligerent manager (from inside the restaurant) to lecture me on proper ordering etiquette. He arrogantly demanded that we leave because we had not ordered dinner, and because our per person spending was unacceptable to him. When I informed him that this dinner pre-requisite was never communicated during the reservation process, he simply said, "well, you should have known better." No member of my party or I had ever experienced such irrational rudeness for what anyone would have considered appropriate behavior. I'm baffled. Good luck in the recession, buddy. Pros: Outdoor Seating Cons: Awful Customer Service, Mediocre Food more

pizza panini paradise! 4/12/2009

This restaurant could not have opened at a more perfect time, given its relatively low price point and fun, upbeat atmosphere. Have already been a few times since its opening last month. The "Bulls Eye" pizza is divine (with an egg in the center - so delish and unique!), as are all the carpaccios and paninis I've tried to date. Adored the meatballs as an app on recent visit too. And the looping Italian language tapes in the bathrooms hilarious. LOVE it. Bartenders total sweeties (with strong pours) too. Congrats to the fabulous team Team (scuderia Scuderia)!! Pros: great ambiance - fantastic team on all fronts Cons: may have to wait a bit for table after 7ish more

Not good, not italian, not going back 4/9/2009

Italian reinterpretations of classic American items" - translates into far reaching. Seems as if the owner/chef put together whatever their taste buds desired forgetting the concept. Best thing on the menu a fish filet? more
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  • Scuderia is a modern day American interpretation of an Italian Trattoria, serving simple Italian comfort food in the heart of Manhattan's Greenwich Village at 10 Downing Street (At 6th Ave). The restaurant features a bar, several communal tables, a banquette, an eight-foot long bar-height Chef's Table, & an oak-floored mezzanine that overlooks the bar & dining room, & can be used for private dinners & parties as well as more intimate dining separated from the larger dining area.

    Designed to suit the discerning NYC palate & consciousness through an emphasis on fresh, homemade, high quality ingredients, with an eye on locally-sourced, & some organic offerings, the menu features Northern Italian comfort foods, Italian reinterpretations of classic American items; and accents of Venetian flavors & spices reflecting the heritage of the Executive Chef. Editorial Photo by Melissa Hom.

Editorial

  • This budget-minded spinoff of Da Silvano lacks its parent’s charismatic proprietor, but it brings the same bone-deep Tuscan flavors. Better still, its large, airy, brick-and-chocolate colored room is fun to be in, and a good setting for popping in for one of the many panini, pizzas or small plates on the extensive menu. The food is more modern and more casual than its parent, where big proteins and heaping bowls of pasta can knock you out. This is great food for after a movie or as part of a night of barhopping.

  • 8/2/2009 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Mon-Thu 12pm-4pm, 5pm-1am Fri: 12pm-4pm, 5pm-2am Sat: 11:30am-4pm, 5pm-2am Sun: 11:30am-4pm, 5pm-12am
  • Neighborhoods:

    Downtown, Greenwich Village, Tribeca, West Village
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