89 Macdougal St, New York, NY | Directions 1001240.729164 -74.001200
Tuesday thru Sunday
Neighborhoods: Greenwich Village, Downtown
Do I must buy a drink??? – I have a question. Do we must buy a drink, for if I am not a drinker????
David The VOice and Amy Carlson were great – I was in the neighborhood and despite hearing bad things I went anyway. It was great. The headliners were David The Voice Stein and Amy Carlson and they were Great. Loved it!
Great Italian Food – Now this is the reason I go out to eat. Large portions, draft beer, and a funny bartender. I eat out alone and lots of places can be really unwelcoming. I only order a drink and an entree because I am on a budget. This place is the way is should be everywhere. The bartender, Bradley, remembers me every time and I have fun watching my program with him. The food is always good, I like the steak, and on my second visit Bradley bought me dessert. I like that. I haven't been in a place in a long time where something was on them just to be hospitable. Anyway, I recommend it. Good value for your dollar.
We Loved It!! Great for Groups! – A large group of my friends and I were out in the Village on the weekend, and this restaurant was the only one that would accommodate us. They were SO COOL. Not only did they seat all 12 of us together, but they made our dinner so much fun! The waiter suggested the best dishes and served them family style just for us, so everyone got to try everything! We had bruschetta, a vegetable in pastry (that was so delicious!), thin crust pizza, the best fried calamari, and their specialty salad (I can't remember that name) that I really loved. I had coconut crusted salmon with the tastiest mashed potatoes I have ever had. I also tried my friend's Lobster Ravioli was out of this world. We had a big selection of their cakes, which were all great, my favorite was the red velvet. Just an awesome place. The food was great, the service was awesome and the location is right in the center of Greenwich Village, with a wall of windows so you really can appreciate that your in the village. Oh, and the owner stopped by our table and gave us free tickets for the comedy show in their comedy club. We couldn't go that night and plan to go back next weekend, so I'll let you know. I can highly recommend this restaurant - good food, good wine, and friendly service.
You love desserts- Then this IS the place! – I don't know what that other reviewer is talking about. If she wanted Betty Crocker she should have stayed home. They make the best chocolate cake I have ever had! I am local to Greenwich Village, and my boyfriend and I go at least twice a week for dessert and cappucino (Eduardo makes the best one)! My boyfriend's favorite is the apple pie a la mode- heavenly. The only negative is they can be very busy on a Saturday night and will not seat dessert in the outdoor cafe until 11ish. Great neighborhood place with friendly service and a tremendous dessert selection and gelato bar;Although to be honest we never seem to get to the gelato.
Do you love dessert? Then go somewhere else! – Stopped here for a little bite of dessert. Ordered the chocolate cake - expected it to be sponge-like, instead got a rich brownie. I like brownies, but at least write it in the description that it's a brownie and not call it cake. I was in the mood for a nice most sponge cake! They also have something called pineapple tiramisu, and my friend was craving tiramisu. She wasn't sure what the pineapple part meant, whether it was the normal espresso flavored tiramisu and they just added pineapples on top, or if it was pineapple flavored cake that they called tiramisu. They said it was the first, but it turned out to be the latter. She was plenty disappointed but tried it anyway. It was too sweet and tasted like it was soaked in pineapple syrup. Do yourself a favor and pass on this place for dessert! Food may still be good though, but I'm not taking chances.
AMAZING!! – I'm a locations manager for a major cable network, and we have filmed a few different scenes at Caffe del Mare for one of our shows. We had a FANTASTIC experience here - the staff was so helpful, the ambiance was lovely and the food was delicious. I would highly recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for a comfortable, fun and friendly place to grab a good bite to eat. It's a great go-to place that won't let you down.
Comedy Village is pukey! Total waste of time. We saw 1 good comic out of 7. And they bully up on innocent members of the audience who are visiting from other countries and can barely understand them anyways.The last comic we saw was Rodney Craig who repeatedly uses the N word even though he is black. My wife and I were so disgusted we were forced to walk out. Unless your deaf,dumb,and blind or looking for a hillbilly of a night in the middle of New York avoid by all means possible.
Wait staff is really lacking – I went to this restaurant on a not too busy Sunday afternoon. We opted to sit outside and this is when we start to notice it will not be a pleasurable experience.
The wait staff noticed us when we first sat down but we where waiting a while for our menu to arrive. While waiting, a party of 4 arrives and their menus & orders are taken ahead of us while we were there sitting and waiting. For some reason their food & drinks arrive ahead of us. Theirs, a varying array of food & drinks whereas we were just a simple order of drinks and 1 appetizer. You would have thought ours would arrive first since it was something simple but not here.
The thing that really irritated me was the waiter handing our food & drinks through the window instead of walking to our table and serving us like a waiter at a restaurant not a cafeteria or fast food place. Our appetizer was mediocre at best.
Would I dine here again? Not even if they paid me!!
blegh – went on a saturday night and of the 7 comics, 3 were decent. there was a 2 drink minimum which was announced. poor customer service among staff. they seem to be a bit fishy, so double check your tab and stubs.
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