The food, service and atmosphere was great. Neighborhood gem and definitely a contender for best pasta in NYC
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Top service, nice atmosphere and can be recommended. Food is OK+, not a Michelin but for the price more then good.
We chose this restaurant due to the proximity to our hotel and were not disappointed. The service was good and the food was reasonably priced and excellent. I had the ravioli and it was excellent. Friendly waiters with great food - I understand why this...More
Meals at Da Andrea are tasty, moderately priced and a very good NYC value for your money. Something novel to try for an appetizer are the freshly made Tigelle buns (sort of an Italian English muffin) served with prosciutto and parma cheese. Great for a...More
Met a local friend here for dinner on his recommendation. You can only make reservations if you have a party of 4 or more. Otherwise, be prepared to wait in line during typical eating times. The food and service were excellent. Pricing is mid-range (we...More
My dad and I dined here when he was in the city visiting me. My coworkers had recommended this spot and we were not disappointed. The staff is very friendly, the restaurant is warm and cozy, and the food was excellent. It is also very...More
Six of us showed up at 8PM on Friday night and were showed traditional Italian hospitality: "Are all 6 here?" "Yes" "Let me check - you'll have a table in five minutes" He was right, and we feasted. Those who had not been here before...More
The food was delicious and the service was very fast & friendly. Also a nice place to sit and talk with family/friends.
this restaurant is in the Upper Greenwich Village. We ate here on a Saturday night. It was about 8:30 and I had called and the gentleman said they had some tables but did not take any reservations. so we hurried over to the restaurant and...More
I dined tonight at Da Andrea Restaurant in upper Greenwich Village and had superb food -- tasty with an imaginative presentation. While it was fully crowded, the noise level was fine -- unlike many New York restaurants, where yuppies are screaming or talking in loud...More