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637 Hudson St, New York, NY | Directions   10014

40.738847 -74.005642

Open Hours

Daily 5pm-2am

Restaurants, Delis And Delicatessens, Mexican  more

More Cuisine: Italian, Tapas / Small Plates

Price: $$$

Tags: Group Dining, Late Night Dining

Payment Methods: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Dress Code: Casual

Neighborhoods: West Village, Downtown


From The Owners of Corsino

The 'inoteca brothers Jason and Joe Denton's Italian cantina in the Financial District.

Egg, Prosciutto & Pecorino Panino, Egg, Spinach & Mozzarella Panino, Baked Eggs w/ Tomato, Basil & Parmesan, Scrambled Eggs w/ Asparagus, Prosciutto & Fontina, Truffled Egg Toast 9 w/ Bottarga, Cacio E Pepe Flatbread w/ Sunny Side Up Eggs, Pear & Raisin French Toast, Granola, Fruit & Yogurt, House Made Breakfast Sausage, Smoked Applewood Bacon... more

Reviews for Corsino

over a year ago

Great service – Booked a reservation for 6 people celebrating an occasion through savored recently, which was somehow messed up by savored staff and cancelled without our knowledge. The restaurant , even though not under any obligation to seat us, even on a super-busy night was able to accommodate us only after a 20 mins wait, and also gave us savored pricing on the food portion. The sphagetti with calamari was exceptional, and all the crostini's were great as well. In all, we had a good time. Thanks to Gene especially for the service.

over a year ago

Citysearch Editorial Profile – Comfortable, open late and a neighborhood favorite, this corner spot specializes in crostini and panini and offers a solid by-the-bottle wine list.

over a year ago

Cute, Affordable Restaurant – Went to Corsino on a weekend night. Had a great time! Made a reservation. Service was great!...very knowledgeable in food and wine. We got a bunch of stuff to share (which is there thing there). Would definitely go back! Definitely check it out.

over a year ago

Citysearch Editorial Review – The atmosphere at this West Village Italian feels intimate, but not overly romantic; it's suitable for a first date or dinner with friends. Dark wood floors, pale blue walls and dim lighting contribute to a feeling of warmth, in contrast to the energetic staff and chatty customers. Well-informed waiters clad in red aprons provide guidance in selecting from the menu of Italian food and wine. A vast assortment of crostini dominates the menu (the shrimp and arugula and the cannellini bean and artichoke are solid choices), but pasta and carne entrees like the tagliatelle with lamb ragu and the meatballs are also available.


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