New York, NY 10014
- Sun-Thu 5:30pm-11pm, Fri-Sat 5:30pm-12am Sun 11am-3pm
- All Major Credit Cards
- Private Party, Wheelchair Accessible
- Brunch, Dinner, Late Night
- Full bar
Village Voice's Description
When we first walked in, we were not impressed with L'Artusi's decor. With its dark walls, it's as though we were in cave, while the striped furniture made it circus-like. But once the food started to trapeze in, we were delighted. Using Italian ingredients tweaked with plenty of New American ideas, the cavallo nero arrived bathed in pureed parsnip, which added sweetness to the dark Tuscan weed. Served on a bed of creamy polenta, the short rib shone with its caramelized;almost gooey;surface. And the gnudi were creamier than April Bloomfield's at Spotted Pig. Brought to you by the folks from Dellanima, L'Artusi promises to be a West Village classic.
Tips from foursquare
NY. This delicious restaurant delivers every time. You will never leave here disappointed. Make sure to order a couple crudos for the table and get the pappardelle rabbit cacciatore to share.
Get the roasted mushroom w fried egg app
You can't go wrong - refined Italian that will keep you coming back. Roasted Mushroom app w/ Fried Egg, then go for either the Garganelli or Spaghetti. Pay with Cover and skip waiting for the check.
I have now officially tried all their pastas. They are all 20/20
Get either scallop dish on the Crude menu
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