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Via Emilia - CLOSED

Map & Directions 47 E. 21st St.
New York, NY 10010
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212-505-3072
  • Italian
  • Mon-Fri 12pm-3pm, Mon-Thu 5pm-11pm, Fri-Sat 5pm-11:30pm
  • cash
  • Takeout
  • Dinner
  • Beer, Full bar, Wine
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • No Parking

Description

Village Voice's Description

Closed late in 2005 for real estate reasons, this old favorite has moved around the corner from its original Park Avenue South digs and reopened with a spacious modern dining room that owes a little too much to Ikea. The food, however, remains fantastic, from the gnocco fritters served with prosciutto to the chunks of parmesan drizzled with balsamic to the tortellini in brodo, all reflecting the culinary heritage of Emilia-Romagna. Thrill to a selection of 14 reasonably priced lambruscos, then use them to wash down your choice of three tortollonis, which are like tortellinis on steroids. Altogether, Via Emilia remains one of the choicest and most reasonably priced Italians in town.

 
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Tips from foursquare

  • Enrico G. on 02/05/11

    True Emilia Romagna all the way... Feels like home

  • Mary I. on 01/12/10

    Get the lambrusco flight on Wednesdays from 5-8. 4 lambruscos & 4 small dishes for $25. Delicious deal!

  • chris on 02/18/12

    carpaccio salad is tastycakes!

  • Jaesun Y. on 06/20/11

    Gnocco fritto is a must.

  • Lorraine S. on 08/17/10

    Scrumptious! Lasagna was awesome; frutti di mare was delish!

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  • No Ass

    "This doesn't look like an Italian restaurant," my companion noted as I hunkered down on the red, wall-hugging banquette which ran the entire... More on Via Emilia »

 
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