JUMP TO:
  • Top Places
  • All
4 Ratings
+ Share On... Facebook Twitter

Gottino

Map & Directions 52 Greenwich Ave. #B
New York, NY 10011
FLAG
 
212-633-2590
  • Italian, Wine Bar
  • Sun, Sat 10am-2am, Mon-Fri 8am-2am
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Private Party
  • Brunch, Dinner, Late Night, Snack Food
  • Beer, Wine
  • Not Accepted
  • No Parking

Description

Village Voice's Description

While news of another Italian wine bar may provoke a yawn these days, this joint deserves a second look with its whimsical Central Italian cooking. The house-cured anchovies tangled in a mini-salad with celery and parsley are bitchin', and so are the small, crock-tendered stews of oxtails and tripe, the former served with a welcome wad of polenta. Sometimes the simplest things are the best, like the honey drizzled two-year-old parmigiano reggiano, or the fat-rimmed Virginia ham.

 
Member Reviews

Your Review:

Your Rating:

 

 
Tips from foursquare

  • Bravo on 12/02/10

    Happening neighborhood joint…really delicious and totally comfortable. -Susan Feniger, Top Chef

  • Gilt City on 09/21/10

    For flavorful Italian tapas and impeccably aged Brunellos and Barolos, this West Village wine bar is a must-visit. Don’t leave without trying a crostini.

  • Village Voice on 02/23/11

    Try the brandade-it comes in a mason jar pooled with an extra quantity of olive oil. The taste on a piece of toast, or simply pulled out of the jar with a finger and licked, is superb.

  • Metromix on 08/05/10

    This grape enthusiast takes the art of wine and cheese to the next level. Enjoy crostini, cheeses and chicken-liver pate with your wine and swirl the night away in this gastropub.

  • Noah W. on 10/22/10

    It's italian meets tapas meets brunch. Get anything with their super chunky walnut pesto.

Check out Gottino on Foursquare

 
Menu

More Italian Restaurants in New York

  • The Meatball Shop
    Lower East Side

    The economy's downturn has elevated so many dishes that were considered below our notice before. Now the humble meatball comes rolling... More on The Meatball Shop >>

  • Del Posto
    West Village

    This Batali spawn outdoes Babbo in several significant ways. In size, certainly, though the effect of the hulking space is to increase the... More on Del Posto >>

  • Scarpetta
    Meatpacking District

    After carefully honing his menu at L'Impero and Alto, chef Scott Conant has mastered his repertoire of adapted Italian dishes -- many from... More on Scarpetta >>

  • Ferdinando's Focacceria
    Brooklyn

    Nearly a century old, this antique focacceria is proof that Sicilians landed in Brooklyn at the same time as Neapolitans; a... More on Ferdinando's Focacceria >>

  • Rosemary's
    West Village

    Sired by Bobo, Rosemary's is a Village restaurant that represents the evolution of the Italian menu in the city over the last few decades, a... More on Rosemary's >>

  • Ai Fiori
    Murray Hill

    Go big or go home must have been Michael White's thinking when he opened the sleek Ai Fiori on the second floor of the Setai Hotel just a few... More on Ai Fiori >>

See More Italian Restaurants in New York

Reviews and News

advertisement

More Italian Restaurants

Today's Daily Deal

E-Cigarette Ultra Kit ($50 value) View more Voice Daily Deals

Events Nearby

Restaurants Nearby

advertisement
Loading...