|Dining Style||Casual Dining|
|Phone Number||+1 212 937 8910|
|Dress Code||Casual Dress|
|Payment Options||AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa|
|Location||200 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10010|
|Price Range||$30 and under|
|Dining Style||Casual Dining|
|Phone Number||+1 212 937 8910|
|Dress Code||Casual Dress|
|Payment Options||AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa|
|Location||200 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10010|
|Dal Giardino||dal - djar'de no (Easier to pronounce the more you drink!) House-Infused Peperoncino Vodka, Housemade Yellow Bell Pepper Simple Syrup, Pineapple Juice, Lemon Juice|
|Luminoso||Aquavit, Lemon Juice, Housemade Cardamom Simple Syrup, Grapefruit Bitters|
|Rosso di Sera||House-Infused Beet Gin, Lime Juice, Housemade Dill Simple Syrup, Cucumber|
|Rosmarino||Tequila Blanco, Housemade Rosemary Simple Syrup, Grapefruit Juice, Lime Juice|
|Sole Italiano||Vermouth Bianco, Housemade Ginger Simple Syrup, Pineapple Juice, Passion Fruit Pureé|
|Estate||Gin, Housemade Celery Simple Syrup, Lime Juice, Sparkling Wine|
|Bellini||White Peach Pureé, Sparkling Wine|
|Aperol Spritz||Aperol, Sparkling Wine, Club Soda|
|Negroni||Campari, Gin, Sweet Vermouth|
|Sgroppino||Kelvin All Natural Citrus Mix, Vodka, Sparkling Wine|
|Frose||Kelvin All Natural Frosé Mix, Vodka, Rosé|
|Negroni Popsicle||Housemade Blood Orange Simple Syrup, Campari, Sweet Vermouth, Gin, Served in a Glass of Sparkling Wine|
|Frose Popsicle||Kelvin All Natural Frosé Mix, Vodka, Rosé, Served in a Glass of Sparkling Wine|
|Sorrento Spritz||Sparkling Wine, Mint, Cucumber, Sorrento Lemon Juice||
|Flatiron Fizz||Gin, St. Germain, Blood Orange Juice, Lurisia Sparkling Water||
|Bollicine Prosecco, Serafini & Vidotto, Veneto | Glera^||
|Rose, Flor, Veneto | Glera, Pinot Nero||
|Moscato d'Asti 2016, Brandini, Piemonte^||
|Libera Cuvee Franciacorta NV, Monte Rossa, Lombardia | Chardonnay, Pinot Nero, Pinot Bianco^||
|Ribolla Gialla 2016, Le Vigne di Zamo, Friuli^||
|Reserve della Contessa 2015, Manincor, Trentino-Alto Adige | Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc*||
|Viognier 2016, Baglio di Grisi, Sicilia^||
|Vermentino 2016, Fattoria Sardi, Toscana*||
|Falanghina 2016, San Salvatore, Campania*||
|Vespa Bianco 2014, Bastianich, Friuli | Chardonnay, Sauvignon, Picolit||
|Menicocci Rhesan 2016, Azienda Menicocci, Lazio | Trebbiano*||
|Rami, COS, Sicilia | Grecanico, Insolia*||
|Rosato di Refosco 2016, Bastianich, Friuli||
|Canaiuolo Rosé 2016, Montenidoli, Toscana | Canaiolo||
|Vurria Rosé 2017, Di Giovanna, Sicilia | Nerello Mascalese||
|Rosa Vittoria 2016, Santa Vittoria, Piemonte | Nebbiolo, Arneis^||
|Teroldego Dolomiti 2015, Foradori, Trentino Alto-Adige*||
|Palistorti Rosso 2015, Tenuta di Valgiano, Toscana | Sangiovese, Merlot, Syrah*||
|San Magno Primitivo 2016, Masseria San Magno, Puglia^||
|Chianti Classico 2014, Ceratosa di Belriguardo, Toscana^||
|Dolcetto d'Alba 2015, Borgogno, Piemonte^||
|Pasquero Vareij 2014, Hilberg, Piemonte | Brachetto, Barbera*||
|Barolo Silver Label 2013, Fontanafredda, Piemonte||
|Vespa Rosso 2013, Bastianich, Friuli | Merlot, Refosco, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc||
|Lambrusco Dell'Emilia Quaresimo 2017, La Collina, Emilia-Romagna*||
|Rose NV, Ferrari, Trentino Alto-Adige | Pinot Noir, Chardonnay||
|Hundred Fifty Seven, Fontanafredda, Piemonte | Pinot Noir, Chardonnay||
|Moscato d'Asti 2016, Brandini, Piemonte^||
|Bollicine Prosecco, Serafini & Vidotto, Veneto^||
|Rose, Flor, Veneto||
|Bolle Senza Frontiere 2016, Azienda Aurora, Marche | Timorasso, Pecorino, Montonico Bianco, Chardonnay*||
|Perle Rose 2008, Ferrari, Trentino Alto-Adige | Chardonnay||
|Perle 2009, Ferrari, Trentino Alto-Adige | Pinot Noir, Chardonnay||
|Puro Rose 2008, Movia, Friuli | Pinot Noir*||
|Cabochon 2005, Monte Rossa, Lombardia | Pinot Noir, Chardonnay^||
|Libera Cuvee Franciacorta NV, Monte Rossa, Lombardia | Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Bianco^||
|Riesling 2015, Taschlerhof, Trentino Alto-Adige*||
|Era Ora Riesling 2015, Borgogno, Piemonte^||
|Falanghina 2016, San Salvatore, Campania*||
|Cirò Bianco Res Dei 2017, Ippolito, Sicilia||
|Sophia NV, Basilisco, Basilicata | Fiano||
|Helios Bianco 2014, Di Giovanna, Sicilia | Grillo, Chardonnay||
|Viognier 2016, Baglio di Grisi, Sicilia^||
|Kerner 2016, Taschlerhof, Trentino Alto-Adige*||
|Pinot Grigio Fuoripista 2016, Foradori, Trentino Alto-Adige*||
|Pradalupo Arneis 2015, Fontanafredda, Piemonte||
|Il Bianco 2014, Serafini & Vidotto, Veneto | Sauvignon^||
|Nostralino Bianco 2015, Casa Sabaino, Liguria | Vermentino, Bianchetta Genovese^||
|Vermentino 2016, Fattoria Sardi, Toscana*||
|Calpazio Greco 2014, San Salvatore, Campania*||
|Vermentino 2015, Sa Spinarba, Sardegna||
|Gavi 2015, Cantine Santa Vittoria, Piemonte^||
|Ribolla Gialla 2016, Le Vigne di Zamo, Friuli^||
|Vernaccia 2016, Podere Canneta, Toscana*||
|Pecorino 'Ekwo 2016, Tenuta Terraviva, Abruzzo||
|Bianco 2014, Gia, Marche | Verdicchio*||
|Trentenare Fiano Paestum 2016, San Salvatore, Campania*||
|Magno Bianco 2014, Masseria San Magno, Puglia | Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc Bombino Bianco^||
|Bombino Bianco 2014, Masseria San Magno, Puglia^||
|Grillo Coste al Vento 2016, Marilena Barbera, Sicilia||
|Reserve della Contessa 2015, Manincor, Trentino | Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc*||
|Vespa Bianco 2014, Bastianich, Friuli | Chardonnay, Sauvignon, Picolit||
|Trebbiano d'Abruzzo 2013, Emidio Pepe, Abruzzo*||
|Grechetto 2016, Raina, Umbria*||
|Cattarato 2015, Porta del Vento, Sicilia | Catarratto*||
|Terpin Sauvignon, Franco Terpin, Friuli*||
|Breg 2008, Gravner, Friuli | Riesling, Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon, Chardonnay*||
|Ribolla Gialla 2008, Gravner, Friuli*||
|Sauvignon 2015, Movia, Friuli*||
|Azienda Menicocci Rhesan 2016, Azienda Menicocci, Lazio*||
|Santa Chiara 2015, Paolo Bea, Umbria | Grechetto, Malvasia, Chardonnay, Sauvignon, Garganega||
|Arboreus 2011, Paolo Bea, Umbria | Trebbiano||
|Rami 2015, COS, Sicilia | Grecanico, Inzolia*||
|Rosato di Refosco 2016, Bastianich, Friuli||
|Rosato 2016, Cantine Santa Vittoria, Piemonte | Nebbiolo, Arneis^||
|Toscana Rosato Unfiltered 2016, Salcheto, Toscana | Canaiolo, Mammolo, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot*||
|Rosato 2017, Fattoria Sardi, Toscana | Sangiovese, Merlot, Ciliegiolo*||
|Canaiuolo Rosé 2017, Montenidoli, Toscana | Canaiolo||
|Gerbino Rose 2017, Di Giovanna, Sicilia | Nerello Mascalese||
|Vetere Rosato Paestum 2016, San Salvatore, Campania | Aglianico*||
|Cirò Mabilia Rosato 2017, Ippolito, Calabria | Gaglioppo||
|Sangiovese di Romagna Solano 2016, La Berta, Emilia-Romagna*||
|Vespa Rosso 2013, Bastianich, Friuli | Merlot, Refosco, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc*||
|Vareij Piemonte 2014, Hilberg-Pasquero, Piemonte | Brachetto, Barbera||
|Nostralino Rosso 2014, Casa Sabaino, Liguria^||
|Collepazzo Cesanese 2015, Piero Riccardi Lorella Reale, Lazio*||
|Toscana Rosso Fontalloro 2013, Fèlsina, Toscana | Sangiovese*||
|Chianti Riserva 2011, Bucciarelli, Toscana*||
|Vino Nobile di Montepulciano 2013, Il Conventino, Toscana*||
|Nero d'Avola Terre Siciliane 2015, Arianna Occhipinti, Sicilia*||
|Frappato Terre Siciliane 2015, Arianna Occhipinti, Sicilia*||
|Cerasuolo di Vittoria 2014, Portelli, Sicilia | Frappato, Nero d'Avola*||
|Nero di Troia 2014, Masseria San Magno, Puglia^||
|Syrah 2015, Baglio di Grisi, Sicilia^||
|Dom Giuva Ciro Rosso Classico, Superiore 2013, Calabria, Puglia||
|Sgarzon Teroldego 2016, Foradori, Trentino*||
|Pinot Noir Mason Sudtirol Alto Adige 2015, Manincor, Trentino*||
|Reserve del Conte 2015, Manincor, Trentino | Lagrein, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon*||
|Nebbiolo 2013, Mirafiore, Piemonte^||
|Teroldego Dolomiti 2015, Foradori, Trentino | Dolcetto, Ciliegiolo*||
|Barbaresco 2014, Cantina Santa Vittoria, Piemonte^||
|Barolo Silver Label 2013, Fontanafredda, Piemonte||
|Brunello di Montalcino 2011, San Polino, Toscana*||
|Chianti Colli Senesi 2016, Salcheto, Toscana*||
|Alicante 2016, Ampeleia, Toscana*||
|Lui Montepulciano d'Abruzzo 2013, Tenuta Terraviva, Abruzzo||
|Chianti Classico 2014, Certosa di Belriguardo, Toscana^||
|Irpinia Aglianico 2013, Filadoro, Campania||
|Aglianico del Vulture Teodosio 2013, Basilisco, Basilicata||
|Helios Rosso 2015, Di Giovanna, Sicilia||
|Veliko Rosso 2008, Movia, Friuli | Merlot, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon*||
|Barolo Paiagallo 2010, Mirafiore, Piemonte^||
|Barolo Fossati 2011, Borgogno, Piemonte^||
|Baccano Rosso 2010, Certosa di Belriguardo, Toscana | Sangiovese, Syrah^||
|Palistorti Rosso 2015, Tenuta di Valgiano, Toscana*||
|Romangia Monica Chimbanta 2014, Tenuta Dettori, Sardegna*||
|Romangia Tenores Cannonau 2014, Tenuta Dettori, Toscana*||
|Nebbiolo d'Alba 2009, Hilberg-Pasquero, Piemonte*||
|Maramia Sangiovese 2013, Tenuta Mara, Emilia-Romagna*||
|Rosso dell'Abazia 2008, Serafini & Vidotto, Veneto | Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot^||
|Amarone della Valpolicella 2013, Serafini & Vidotto, Veneto^||
|Montepulciano d'Abruzzo Riserva, Elevito 2011, De Angelis Corvi, Abruzzo*||
|Taurasi 2012, Filadoro, Campania||
|Aglianico del Vulture Superiore, Fontanella 2013, Basilisco, Basilicata||
|San Magno Primitivo 2016, Masseria, Puglia^||
|Damis Ciro Rosso Riserva 2012, Du Cropio, Calabria||
|Limonata||Make your own lemonade! Choose one lemon variety and one herb-infused simple syrup and we'll hand squeeze and prepare your recipe!||
|Cola Soda, GUS Soda||
|Ginger Soda, GUS Soda||
|Mole Cola, Mole Cola | Italia||
|Blood Orange Soda, San Pellegrino | Italia||
|Aranciata, Lurisia | Italia||
|Chinotto, Lurisia | Italia||
|Gazzosa, Lurisia | Italia||
|Sparkling or Still Water, Lurisia | Italia||
|Limonata, Niasca Portofino | Liguria||
|Mandarinata, Niasca Portofino | Liguria||
|Iced Black Tea, Plain T | Brooklyn, New York||
|Enkir, Birra del Borgo, Saison | 6.1% ABV | Borgorose||
|Wayan, Birra Baladin, Imperial IPA | 5.8% ABV | Piozzo||
|Nastro Azzuro Peroni, Peroni, Pale Lager | 5.1% ABV | Rome||
|Romantic Chemistry, Dogfish Head IPA | 7.2% ABV | Milton, DE||
|90 Minute IPA, Dogfish Head, Imperial IPA | 9% ABV | Milton, DE||
|Namaste, Dogfish Head, Witbier | 4.8% ABV | Milton, DE||
|Saisonhands, Tired Hands, Saison | 4.8% ABV | Ardmore, PA||
|Green City, Other Half Brewing IPA | 7% ABV | Brooklyn, NY||
|Juice Bomb, Sloop Brewing IPA | 6.4% ABV | Elizaville, NY||
|It's Your Thing, Interboro, Kolsch | 5% ABV | Brooklyn, NY||
|Isaac, Baladin, Witbier | 5% ABV | Piozzo||
|Wayan, Baladin, Saison | 5.8% ABV | Piozzo||
|Nuova Mattina, Del Ducato, Saison with Chamomile | 5.8% ABV | Soragna||
|25 Dodici, Birra del Borgo, Winter Warmer | 9.5% ABV | Borgorose||
|60 Minute IPA, Dogfish Head IPA | 6% ABV | Milton, DE||
|Flesh & Blood IPA, Dogfish Head IPA with Lemon & Blood Orange | 7.5% ABV | Milton, DE||
|Indian Brown Ale, Dogfish Head, American Brown Ale | 7.2% ABV | Milton, DE||
|Allagash White, Allagash Brewery, Witbier | 5.1% ABV | Portland, ME||
|Daisy Cutter, Half Acre, American Pale Ale | 5.2% ABV | Chicago, IL||
|Super Hop, Stillwater Brewery IPA | 6% ABV | Brooklyn, NY||
|Milk Stout, Left Hand Brewery, Sweet Stout | 6% ABV | Longmont, CO||
|Chocolate Lager, Kelso, Schwarzbier | 6.5% ABV | New York, NY||
|Budino al Limone||Lemon, Seasonal Fruit, Whole Wheat Frolla|
|Crema al Caffe||Chocolate Cake, Chocolate Crema, Coffee Crema|
|Tiramisu' alla Frutta||Coffee Soaked Ladyfingers, Mascarpone, Seasonal Fruit|
|Panna Cotta con Carote||Crème Fraiche Panna Cotta, Carrot Cake Crouton, Walnut|
|La Via del Te Tea||$4.00||Ask about today's selection|
|Moscato D'asti, Brandini | Piemonte||$11.00|
|Brachetto, Bera | Piemonte||
|Barolo Chinato NV Montanaro | Piemonte||$16.00|
|Sambuca, Meletti | Le Marche||$16.00|
|Amaretto, Luxardo | Torreglia||$14.00|
|Limoncello, Tremontis | Sardegna||$14.00|
|Grappa di Arneis NV||$16.00|
|Grappa di Barbaresco NV||$18.00|
|Grappa di Barolo 1995||$24.00|
|Grappa Alchimista di Famiglia||$15.00|
|Verdure Crude Dell'Orto||$12.00||Seasonal Market Vegetables, Basil Pesto, Seasoned Olive Oil. The pillars of Italian cuisine are freshness and utilizing products at the peak of the season. The relationships with the farms Serra uses, allow us to share the best produce in the tri-state area. Vegetables in their raw form have nothing to hide behind, only sharing the gifts that Mother Nature imbued them|
|Pure di Fave Secche||$7.00||Fava Bean Purée, Garlic, Extra Virgin Olive Oil served with Grilled Housemade Focaccia|
|Patate al Diavolicchio||$9.00||Crispy Mountain Sweet Berry Potatoes, Calabrian Chili Vinaigrette. Region: Calabria|
|Panzanella||$14.00||Invincible Summer Farms Heirloom tomatoes, Cucumber, Toasted Housemade Rustica Croutons, Basil, Red Wine Vinaigrette|
|Pomodori Verdi||$10.00||Fried Green Tomatoes, Ramp Aioli|
|Asparagi alla Griglia||$12.00||Grilled Aparagus, Lemon, Parmigiano Reggiano® DOP|
|Carpaccio di Zucca||$15.00||Lani's Farms Summer Squash, Prosciutto DI Parma DOP, Parmigiano Reggiano DOP, Mint, Lemon, Extra Virgn Olive Oil|
|Carciofi alla Giudia||$12.00||Crispy Artichokes, Parsley, Lemon. Region: Lazio|
|Insalata di Rucola||$14.00||Arugula, Shaved Parmigiano Reggiano® DOP, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Villa Manodori Aceto Balsamico|
|Insalata Cotta e Cruda||$15.00||Market Vegetables, Mountain Sweet Berry Potatoes, Anchovy Vinaigrette|
|Burrata e Cima di Rapa||$16.00||Liuzzi Burrata Cheese, Broccoli|
|Paccheri alla Norma||$17.00||Afeltra Mezzi Paccheri, Eggplant, Tomatoes, Ricotta Salata. Region: Sicilia|
|Casarecce con Pesto alla Genovese||$18.00||Afeltra Casarecce, Basil Pesto, Pine Nuts, Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Region: Liguria|
|Pane Otto||$6.00||Housemade Otto Bread Served Warm, Whipped Lardo, Trickling Springs Creamery Butter, Extra Virgin Olive Oil. "Otto" is a peasant-style bread originally created to last eight days, hence the name in Italian. Our bakers hand shape each loaf from a Mother yeast and Italian flour from Mulino Marino. Warm out of the oven, the flavors are distinctly sour and honey-caramel|
|Mozzarella di Bufala Campana DOP||$13.00||Antiche Bontà Buffalo Milk Mozzarella, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Sea Salt|
|Bruschetta con 'Nduja||$9.00||Grilled House-Baked Otto Bread, New England Charcuterie'Nduja Salami Calabria|
|Bufarolo||Water Buffalo, Bergamo, Pasteurized|
|Caciocavallo||Cow, Connecticut, Pasteurized|
|Ricotta Fresca||Cow, Connecticut, Pasteurized|
|Pecorino Gigante||Sheep, Toscana, Pasteurized|
|Asiago Fresco||Cow, Veneto, Pasteurized|
|Salame Rosso||New England Charcuterie, New England|
|Salame Ferrarini||Ferrarini, Emilia-Romagna|
|Coppa||BK Cured, New York|
|Prosciutto di Parma DOP||Ferrarini, Emilia-Romagna|
|Spiedini di Scamorza||$8.00||Three Seared Liuzzi Scamorza Cheese Skewers|
|Spiedini di Agnello||$10.00||Three Grilled Lamb Skewers, Castelvetrano Olives|
|Spiedini di Manzo e Bagna Cauda||$10.00||Two Grilled Wagyu Beef Skewers from Snake River Farm, Seasoned Olive Oil|
|Bombette Pugliesi||$15.00||Creekstone Farm Pork Shoulder, Caciocavallo, Fried Rosemary. Region: Puglia|
|Polpettine alla Genovese||$10.00||Three Housemade Pork & Veal Meatballs. Region: Liguria|
|Insalata di Fregola e Gamberetti||$19.00||Fregola, Olive Oil Poached Shrimp, Roasted Tomato, Zucchini, Almonds, Charred Onion Vinaigrette. Fregola is Sardegna's answer to couscous. This traditional pasta is toasted semolina flour, formed into little balls and paired with local ingredients|
|Tagliata di Manzo||$31.00||Grilled Wagyu Bohemian Steak, Arugula, Parmigiano Reggiano® DOP|
|Pollo alla Cacciatora||$24.00||Cascun Farms Chicken, Mushrooms, Tomatoes, Peppers, Onions. Region: Toscana|
|Pesce del Mercato||Market Fish, English Peas, Calabrian Chili|
|Bistecca Fiorentina||Porterhouse for Two, Market Vegetables. Region: Toscana. Best served charred on the outside and rare on the inside with a simple touch of olive oil and seasoning, this recipe dates back to 1565|
|Herb-Infused Cocktails||Our cocktails incorporate fresh herbs not just as garnish, but as infusions. By infusing spirits and our house made syrups, our botanical cocktails are rich in flavor and are refreshing on the palette|
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The hostesses at the front desk were rude. We almost didn't even come into the restaurant because of their attitudes.
This is a pop up restaurant on the top floor of Eataly. It was my first time here and I'm dying to head back even though I live in a different country. As always Mario Batali's food is a 'must have' if you happen to be within its proximity. If there is any one word to sum up this meal, it would be 'Raclette!'. Melted cheese is always your friend. The pasta dishes were all insanely flavourful, there isnt anything I didn't enjoy right down to my San pellegrino. But I will say it was a pricey San pellegrino. Everything overall was delicious.
Fun place--quirky italian style flavor....like a ski lodge in the sky. Interesting menu--with Raclette for you cheese lovers. Tasty plates though not a huge menu.
Delicious. Such a good menu. Beautiful roof garden.
Food was not as good as expected....it was VERY loud, so as long as you're ok with that, then it's fun. Waitstaff was overwhelmed and things came out at random times. Love the location and great view.
Service was slow and food was just ok especially for the price. Disappointing compared to the other options at Eataly.
I love this place. Come here all the time, and since i work right across the street, I bring my team here for morale building, as well. Always great food and uplifting ambience. I have never been disappointed with the quality of the food.
This was my first visit to this restaurant and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was an unusually warm winter day and the roof and sides were open. Great dining experience!
We always make it a point to visit La Birriera when we're in the city and it's always a pleasure! The food is consistently fantastic (the service can sometimes be spotty) but this visit, it was outstanding and the updated menu was amazing! Delisioso!
We came into NYC for my 50th birthday , a girls day trip to check out Eataly.\nWe ate upstairs at BAITA, our table was ready when we arrived (had reservation's)\nWe ordered Arugula Salads which were fine, and entrees - Polenta was very good ! if you like that. My friend did enjoy the lasagne. The dumpling pasta was tasty but nothing to rave about and just a few bites..very small portion. If very hungry and going with men, this is not a place to expect large portions at all. Drinks were good.\nPlace is fun, very crowded and loud because of the bar. It was a beautiful February day 65 degrees so they opened the retractable roof which was a treat ! Overall nice but would not frequent for a delicious Italian meal.
Late afternoon lunch on a beautiful sunny February day. The place was full of good energy, pleasant people, staff, and delicious food and wine. All around a great spot, we were served quickly but not rushed out. Vibrant neighborhood and this spot was great for all ages. Bar scene was happening and we were a family table. Everyone co-existed beautifully. Happy place.
I could not believe the lack of respect the wait staff had for me and my guests. Not only did they repeated ignore us and 'forget' we checked in at the hostess stand downstairs AND upstairs, but they also suggested we 'go downstairs' if we only wanted dessert and drinks. Meanwhile, our reservation was at 9pm and the sitdown portion of the restaurant was emptying - we were by no means taking up a table from someone who would be ordering a full course meal. We were also served the wrong wine. Terrible experience for such a promising atmosphere and restaurant concept.
The ambiance was delightful. Even in February, we could enjoy the rooftop and the views. Their selection of cheese was excellent and my arugula salad was delicious. Service was attentive. Highly recommend.
Our waiter, Piers, was the best waiter I've ever had! So attentive, friendly, and personable. For his service alone, I'll go back to Baita.
Expensive and ok food but nice being on the roof. Would go back just for that.
This place is a regular go to spot for me and have never been disappointed.
Today , I did not bother to look at the menu , I let my regular server Jenny pick for me and I was not disappointed at all!
We ordered our food (entrees only) and literally within 3 minutes the food appeared. It was clear that they had meals prepared in the kitchen so that they could just bring them out when someone ordered them. We were out for a date and wanted to enjoy the ambiance and each other's company and it was unfortunate that our whole meal was over in about 30 minutes. Food was good but not great. My $34 truffle pasta was not worth the price and the portion was very small.
We both got food poisoning. Charcuterie is amazing but I would not recommend ordering pasta. It was not good at all.
Awful. Service was rude and unfriendly. Food was mediocre and overpriced. Two of us ended up with food poisoning. Very disappointing!
We booked a table and arrived 15 minutes early and they accommodated us. The food was excellent, service fine and for an overly warm Sunday it was perfect.
Went back again with a group of eight for a business dinner. The casual vibrant atmosphere was conducive to relaxed fun time with great food! Love it!!!
The food and service were great! One of my favorite restaurants now.
This restaurant is ill conceived and poorly executed, from the hallway past the bins to the elevators, to the dead ficus benjamina, fern bar and pillars partly strapped with fake fur passing as decor, to the narrow polenta-based menu which had nothing any of our party of 3 wanted to eat at Sunday brunch. Despite the fact that the place was less than half full, the waitress was unbelievably slow and blissfully unconcerned about us - we ordered cappuccinos that never arrived and when we said we were leaving without ordering, she giggled and grinned and said 'alright'. I can't comment on the food as we gave up before eating anything but I did notice the plates going back to the kitchen had a lot of food on them. I have no hesitation in saying avoid this restaurant at all costs.
So obsessed with this restaurant. I had been one time prior and had friends in from out of town who were here for just one day and I knew this was a must. Such amazing food and waiter went above and beyond.
Service was not good \nFood excellent but small portions\nPolenta exceptional
The restaurant is great and everyone is friendly, but the service is all over the place. We were a group of 7 and it was confusing as to where we should stand and wait for our table. The restaurant was very loud. We were seated for over 10 minutes before the waitress took our drinks order. No one really checks in with you if you need anything. The food was delicious though.
Food was just ok. The waitress told us that they were out of past.
Great food and ambiance! Try the polenta, it's delicious!
Good food, small portions, pretty expensive. We enjoyed our cocktails, one of which had gin and St. Germain, the other had whiskey. I would stay away from the polenta -- the portions are laughably small (you get 2 small cuts of polenta, not a bowlful). The fried mushrooms, fried cheese and mushroom salad were all tasty. The best was probably the spinach and potato dumplings -- pillowy soft. Dessert was OK -- we got the budino and the caramel pudding, which was topped with overcooked, overly crunchy crumble.
The places is gorgeous and EATALY speaks for itself. However our server was bad at communicating. After wine by the glass, we ended up ordering $16 appetizers each thinking they were entrees. Only after we received them and found tiny portions, did the waiter mention they were apps and didn't apologize but asked if we wanted more food! We were there for dinner/ 6.30PM on Wed 2/15.
Went here for a Valentine's pre fixe meal that ran me $85 per person. The portions were EXTREMELY small, but the wine pairings made it worth it. I'd be more satisfied if when I saw my statement I didn't notice that the server had stolen/over tipped himself more than I had given by $20. Had to file a dispute with my card due to this. Very poor business practice.
In NYC for our 25th Anniversary and wanted to experience Eataly by having a unique meal. They had a specialty bourbon cocktail with brandied cherries that was to die for and we had the nicest server. She was great!! Started out with cheese and charcuterie platters. Cheese platter was amazing, charcuterie was ok. They really need to add mustards and figs to the platters to compliment as they do downstairs in Eataly and they would be more than worth it. The special Prime rib polenta was AMAZING and perfect comfort food for a cold, rainy winter night in NYC. Definitely a fun place with a unique menu.
Love the Alpine Pop-Up at Birreria... fun concept, nice change in decor and in the menu. The food is consistently top notch. If you like polenta - you'll love the polenta bar!
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We went to Baita during the recent massive snow storm and the ski lodge ambiance was perfect for a cold and snowy day. The Alps-themed menu was the ultimate in comfort food, with absolutely delicious raclette and entrÃ©e choices like stewed pork and roast chicken. There's also a special winter cocktail menu that went great with the meal. \n\nJust a couple of things to note - even with the heat lamps it can get a bit chilly, particularly on days when it's less crowded as when we were there. I also know that noise can be a bit of a problem in this space, but with the current festive dÃ©cor it's a bit more of a party atmosphere anyway.
Came for a casual birthday lunch. Food was great and the decor was fun. My only issue was that my dining partner's meal came out a full five minutes before my polenta did so that was a little awkward. We will definitely come back to try some of the other dishes.
Good food though a little pricey. The evening in Winter is cool to cold in the space. Service very good. Good wine selection. Prix Fixe was reasonable. Casual/informal. Can be noisy. Worth the trip upstairs from Eataly.\nWMS
Food was ok. Service was ok. Service almost too casual. Still nice but rather unprofessional. Ambiance was the one solid aspect the restaurant had boding well for it. For a $100 lunch, the experience was underwhelming.
Good place, causal and you really do feel like you are ski resort, but with much better good! Will go back soon
What an awesome place! We were in the city for my daughters first time, and Baita was the highlight of our day. The food was amazing, service was very attentive without being pushy, and the atmosphere is like no where we have ever been.
The menu for Restaurant week was delicious...no wrong choice at all! And the portions were perfect, leaving you satisfied, yet not stuffed. I loved the ambiance, the market downstairs and the overall look. Highly recommended!
My friend & I thoroughly enjoyed the atmosphere/decor and a delicious meal of char/brussel sprouts and polenta. I've also eaten at La Pizza & La Pasta and prefer that menu with more AMAZING pasta choices and where four of us each had something different and off the chart delicious! So ... I would like to return to the rooftop perhaps for a drink and the atmosphere which is totally FUN but would choose to eat at La Pizza/Pasta for dinner. Looking forward to coming back!
Tried Baira out while friends were in town. We originally made the reservation because online it said it was still restaurant week. When we got there it wasn't but the food was still good. The arugula salad was overpriced considering it was literally just the lettuce and some parmesan but everyone loved the special they had that day. The spot is great! Very bright and open. Overall it was a very nice experience and we would definitely go again!
Cute place to grab drinks and small bites. Mulled wine and cocktails were quite tasty and the prosciutto raclette and cheese platter were also good. Can't speak for the food since we only ordered appetizers and drinks. Definitely pricier than eating downstairs, but we came for the atmosphere and it was spot on.
Someone with a managerial interest in Sabbia should really take a closer look. Hard to believe with such a beautiful location that the restaurant could be this bad on several levels. First, the service was rude and rushed (this could be just my experience and other waiters not so bad), second, the food was disappointing (started with the shrimp which were way overcooked and tough, and then had the steak salad which was salty and tough) any my friend did not fare any better. Wine selection not great, and the waiter could not explain the differences between two of the wines I asked about. Lastly, when my wine came the glass was dirty and when I asked for a switch he seemed annoyed - no apology whatsoever. Just awful. Shame, shame.
I loved the ambience more than anything and thought that we were quickly seated which I liked and also that we were explained to the options of choice of food, which made everything so much easier! I loved the fact that I was able to laugh and have a good time while enjoying the food. The cheese platter is something that you absolutely have to get!
Great atmosphere and ambiance. Perfect for a date.
Best pasta I've ever had in my life. I loved the mix of casual atmosphere with gourmet food. Thank you!
Great beer/drink list but food was so-so and overpriced for what it was. Ambience isn't that great but probably is better in the summer when open air.
Great food, good service, a touch overpriced. Good place for a dinner date.
Food was ok, attention as well. First time at this restaurant. Was actually expecting much more from a Chef restaurant.
I thought the food was very overpriced and the portions too small. My food arrived just barely warm.
It was overall good - the lights could have definitely used some dimming and the heat lamps made it to warm. Also whiskey selection terrible but food was delicious.
Nice place, good food , terrific beer. Had the Strozzapreti and it was delicious.
Our waiter Freddy was great. Service was quick and the decor was cozy. Friends night out was a memorable one!
Excellent Italian alpine food! The pork and chicken are delicious. There are many kinds of polenta that interest me.\n\nGreat rooftop place.
The food was tasty and ambiance was great.Unfortunately the service did not match. We waited 10 minutes with empty glasses hoping for a waiter. We finally called over another server asking him to send ours. And ordered two glasses of wine and a beer, and waited 30 minutes for those drinks to arrive at the table.
It great that it's so high up and you can see a few surrounding buildings. Recommend getting several different courses since most plates are a little small
My husband and I went during Restaurant Week and didn't feel they put their best foot forward. Food was OK but not special. The service was wonderful.
Perfect place to spend an afternoon drinking eating and relaxing
We loved Baita at La Birreria! We had an 8:15 reservation and had to wait a couple minutes but enjoyed hanging out at the bar and getting one of their unique cocktails. The ambiance was so incredible and a toasty getaway from the chilly NYC winter. My boyfriend and I aren't big foodies so we weren't familiar with a lot of the items on the menu. Our waitress was amazing and walked us through the entire thing! The food was upscale but not so much that it was unrecognizable or stuffy. We had a meat tasting and the filet mignon appetizers and for the meal, my boyfriend got the lasagna and I got the pork shoulder. We split each and both were absolutely wonderful!! Overall, I would highly recommend this restaurant for a nice night out in the city. Great ambiance, food, prices, and experience!
I was somewhat disappointed by Baita given the dinning choices on the main floor more satisfactory. I ordered slow roasted duck, to my surprise was a bit lukewarm. My husband ordered the Raclette, but the cheese hardened throughout dinner. It's meant to be served 'gooey and hot' throughout your meal. They should find an alternative way to serve the cheese to maintain how it is originally served . The service was great, very efficient. Bread and olive oil were my favorite. You're in Eataly, how can it not be.
A group of 4 of us went here to catch up. The service was great, beers & wines were delicious and the food was good, too. My only caution is this place is expensive! Our total ended up being incredibly expensive for the amount of food we ended up consuming. It's certainly a fun atmosphere, but think twice before booking and be ready to spend!
Beyond my expectations and did not disappoint! The experience was exactly what I was hoping for and more. The presentation of each plate was beautiful and the taste was authentic and delicious! Our server, Corrin, was very helpful explaining the menu and recommending wine. Can't wait to return!
Wonderful authentic Italian flavors!\nCozy environment! Very good service! A bit pricey for the portion size.....but that's NYC!
Food was pretty good, but not generally up to Batali standards. The pasta was excellent though. The hostesses were incredibly rude and unhelpful. We waited half an hour for our table after having a reservation, only to be seated at the worst table in the restaurant with no apology. Our waitress was fine. Decor was pretty cheesy. Would not go back. I love Eataly but this is a no.
Polenta and pasta really special! Meringue dessert a disappointment.
I normally don't write reviews but was very disappointed in this restaurant. Food not worth the price. Extremely small portions. Our polenta was served cold in a block and when I looked around at other tables and groups that were also served polenta, theirs was served warm tables odd from a pot. Horrible service felt rushed.
The polenta I got was very good, but my friends' came out in a soggy, cube-like form. I enjoyed my meal but wasn't blown away by the service or atmosphere.
An amazing room to have a meal, with the 'glass' ceiling always letting in the skylight, with the friendly service, and with the great meal and drink choices. Will keep coming back.
Fun atmosphere and great selection of food! Great for a meal or cheese and apps.
Loud, no view, nice decorations, overpriced for the amount of food served. Expensive cocktails.
The food was well below average with well above average prices. If you're not seated by a heater lamp, prepare to freeze! We were all wearing our winter coats through the meal and our food was cold almost immediately. The overall look of the restaurant is cool though; they have done well with achieving a ski lodge feel. Might be best to go just for the bar (but be prepared to keep your coat on!)
Very cool setting. Tasty food except the pork shoulder was dry. Small portions but a nice dining experience
Was a nice experience. Staff was very attentive. Portions were a bit small.
Not a real raclette : cold cheese and the playe was tiny enough to feed a small child. The polenta was tasteless exept for the thyme and we were forgotten so it took ages to get our plates. The place is pretty and the cheese plate and olive oil were nice.
Eataly has never disappointed me, and Baita lived up to my extremely high expectations! The menu is varied to suit lots of different tastes, and the kitchen is so flexible about food allergies. I'm allergic to onions, and they made recommendations and tailored dishes to work perfectly. Everything was totally delicious!
Rushed us to get there and told us they were going to give away our table if anyone from our party was a minute late but our table was not ready until an hour after our reservation... pretty rude. Nothing was done to apologize for the delay. Food was fine, decor/ambiance was disappointing - not as cute as I expected! Waiter was strange and unhelpful with menu/wines. Plates were taken away from the table before finishing. Won't be back.
Whenever we go to NYC, we always make our way to this restaurant. The food is great and the cocktail selection is even better!! We are a bit partial to one particular server (Piers - the absolute best!). The ambience is wonderful and you feel like you are tucked away in the Swiss Alps. In addition to the food, drinks and ambience, it's in the heart of Eataly - which allows you to walk around and enjoy all the mini shops!
We got seated 35-40 minutes after our reservation time! We were told to wait at the bar. The hostesses were incompetent and rather unfriendly. It really started our experience out poorly and I recommend Eataly figure out these management issues. Our waiter was very busy and we didn't have the best service either. The roof is really cute though! The food was average. I would recommend going here just for the cute roof atmosphere, but don't expect good service or to be seated on time.
It was a treat in every way from the polenta to the tiramisuâ¤
It was a cute spot to go to for lunch during the holidays. It was decorated nicely, but according to the pictures you were supposed to get a blanket when you ate and we didn't get one. Yes, understood these are blankets shared with all strangers and not personal blankets. Food was good, but overpriced - specifically the cheese plate. There should have been way more cheese. Not sure if I would go back, but for a festive holiday meal it was an experience.
Although I did not get a table until my friend showed up (she was late), the overall experience was great. We notified our server that we were short of time and he did his best to serve us as soon as possible. The food was fantastic and the service was excellent.
Food as always was amazing! The service could use a slight improvement on timeliness of initial approach but once we started ordering all was good.
Incredible food in a lovely atmosphere!
Go for the holiday ambiance. The food was alright-- but nothing to write home about-- the food inside Eataly is better. Service was slow and fairly inattentive. It is cozy and festive, though
Loved the ambiance, food was great!
Terrible, food don't came out in an hour.
Fun space with delicious food. Highly recommend the warm mushroom salad!!
Beautiful as the ambience was, this was a huge culinary disappointment. Everything was fine at best (the duck) or utterly tasteless at worst (the strangolapreti). Two cocktails ordered - both very watered down. The service was genial. When we asked for a plain pasta with cheese for our 6 year old, it was easily accommodated. But when she got it there were literally about 10 pieces of plain pasta - to which we were expected to pay the full price of $16. We politely said that it was ridiculous and were kindly brought another bowl of ten. My daughter ate it in no time and was left wanting more, but we didn't want to keep playing this game all night. It's one thing if this was some complex pasta with truffles, but plain pasta? C'mon, guys. And the adult orders were pretty skimpy as well. (We are New Yorkers, so we are not expecting TGIFriday heaping portions.) The pop-up theme is a clever idea, but it is little more than a Potemkin village hiding the emptiness behind, an emptiness you will feel in both your stomach and your wallet. I am used to dropping $150 for a family of three dinner, but not at this quality. There can be no other explanation than it is simply a tourist trap. The evening was a huge disappointment and I regretted that of all the excellent restaurants in NYC, I chose such a misfire, especially for our Xmas Eve dinner.
I've been to eataly a number of times, and also to the rooftop restaurant which changes from time to time. This is the first time I was really disappointed. The decor was less than impressive, the food was just ok (lacked seasoning and flavor...wouldn't order what I ordered again), portions were small, and I practically had to do a handstand to get our waitress's attention. She was friendly enough, just never bothered to look our way, and never asked how our food was (maybe she knew). I realize this is a tourist attraction, but the rest of eataly is so fun and delicious (albeit super crowded), I expected a little more. Would not bother going back, except maybe for a drink during daylight hours....because there wasn't much of a view at night. I will go back to eataly, though...just not the rooftop restaurant.
we ordered the bread soup. The waitress brought us the soup of the day, winter squash bisque. we flagged her down and told her she had brought the wrong soup. She said she would comp it if we wanted to eat it. We told her know we did not like the soup. She never offered to bring the right soup, so we just ordered our entrees. She did not offer a soup or dessert for serving us the wrong item. Service was very spotty. We love this place and Eataly but the service was not up to par this time.
Incredible atmosphere! It's so magical! Highly recommend trying the polenta dishes, cheese and meat platters. Every dish has a unique and rich taste. Spacious and perfect for my family of 6! Will definitely come back again.
Very disappointed. First of all I tried getting a dinner reservation a week in advanced and they could only offer me 4:30 PM. Well let me tell you, we were there for about N hour and half and 50% of the tables were empty. Would have been better to eat dinner at a later time not 4:30. Food was just ok, very small portions, pricy and not friendly to altering menu options to accommodate dietary restrictions. So let me tell you what my kids wanted to do after dinner on the way to the hotel, stop for a couple slices of pizza. This place is a tourist trap, don't go.
Food was good, but the service was absolutely horrible. Our waiter was MIA after we ordered our drinks. His shift was finished up by another waiter, but he was practically a ghost, too. The place wasn't even that busy. I saw lots of the staff just standing sround and talking to each other.
Great food and great ambiance. Enjoyed our time there!
I wanted a Christmas Pop-up bar and restaurant and Baita was exactly what I expected. Amazing decor and festive drinks. It's in Eataly so the food was also as expected. Italian mostly and reasonably priced. Service at the bar was good for as busy as it was. Service at the table was excellent even with a full restaurant. Would definitely go again next year!
We loved it!
Had a reservation at 8.30. Table was ready at 8.48, except it was the wrong one. Showed us to another table. After 20 minutes, no waiter had come to get our reservation. We left. Horrible experience.
this place is a joke. just to name a few\n3 diminute portions of cheese for $13.00\nthe raclette for $11.00 a miniscule piece of pork, some arugula and a blob of melted cheese\nAppalling!\nand the view ? nothing
I expected views of the city being this is a rooftop. The area was sunken down so there really is no view. Also .. I don't recommend going in August. It was about 95 degrees up there and the fans did very little to cool us down. We wound up only doing a drink and appetizer up there and then went downstairs/inside for the meal and luckily they were able to accommodate us without a reservation.
Excellent food, ambiance, service! The pork shoulder was outstanding.
Baita was very busy. We had a reservation, but still waited over 30 minutes for our table, I can't imagine what the wait would be without one! The festive cocktails are delicious, and the highlights of the menu are the Raclette and strangolapreti.
Fantastic pop up restaurant with excellent food and great service. One note of caution - don't sit near the fake snow covered twigs where they put all the tables for 2 people. The chairs are bang against the twigs and the fake snow got all over my scarf and coat and it's not coming out. Otherwise, we had an amazing time!
So this restaurant is in the flatiron. You need to walk through Eatily to get to it. Just enter in to what looks like a spawling deli and go to the back left. You will see a check in for Baita and then you take the elevator up. This is a rooftop setting that they have decked out seasonally. It is an italian menu but with a good mix of things so if you don't want pasta, you can avoid it. I had the polenta with pumpkin. It was surprisingly light. I also had the most ridiculously small appetizer of beets roasted. That was a joke. So all in all, it was fine but I would not go back again.
Great evening out. Wonderful relaxed atmosphere. Comfort food with great taste.
Frankly, I was disappointed. The food wasn't bad, I had what was listed as salt cod. It wasn't it was fresh cod. Just o.k. I've had it the same way in many other mediocre restaurants. It wasn't overpriced, but it was a bit on the high side, especially in a venue that has very little ambience. I felt like I was eating in a cafeteria.
Fun and lively but food oddly not up to Eataly's high standard: dry swordfish, mediocre shrimp. Liked the cheese selections. Top notch drinks. Wine list a winner.
Our Service was awful. Very disappointing, especially when your in the city for a special occasion. Server at the bar was Great - we wish we had stayed there to eat as well. Took 15 minutes before we had to ask for someone to help us - no one even came over and said that they would be right with us. The service did not improve through the whole time we were eating. No one even came over to ask us how our food was until we were finished eating.
It was not decorated as much as i thought it would be but the food was excellent for a pop up and the hot chocolate drink- to die for.
We go to Eatily once a year around Christmas for dinner and were excited to get in at Baita. The two men on the first floor were friendly, however the girls up on the 14th floor, not so much. They weren't rude, but very stand-offish and didn't seem to want to be there. However, Monique C. and the gentleman taking our plates and giving us water were FANTASTIC! Monique was such an amazing waitress, very friendly and knowledgeable. We never felt rushed or stupid for asking questions. The food...OUTSTANDING! From the appetizers to the main dishes right down to the dessert and coffee. The portion sizes were just right, the food cooked to perfection. My friend and I left very fat and happy! This is easily our new favorite place to eat over at Eatily and we are planning to come back this spring/summer to see the menu change. If I had more than two thumbs, I would use all of them to describe this experience. Bravo, Baita!
Portions are very small. You seem like you are getting a deal. They are also closed April 25th. Hopefully they will open something up with price value. Food was good overall but the price didn't justify it.
The atmosphere was an escape to the Italian Alps. The scenery was magnificent as was the food. The braised pork shoulder melted in your mouth and the beer flight was refreshing. This pop up restaurant was everything I had hoped for during the holiday season. I would definitely come back for their future seasonal pop-ups!
Amazing service and food. Just a little pricey , but that's assumed right?
Too expensive for the quality of the food, for my taste. It was just ok. I expected more, to be honest, especially for the price.
The food was wonderful. It could be considered pricey for the portion size. You will not be leaving with leftovers. The staff is very friendly, knowledgeable and attentive.
Delightful find in such a busy city! Great bread. Food presentation was good and tasted good too. Only one dish was disappointing and it was my fault for choosing it. Salads were delicious!!
Good wine selection (I'm partial to Italian and the Piedmont). Good sounding menu did not equal good tasting food. Just was not executed well, lacked flavor. One exception: the Polenta from the Polenta Bar! Very good! Cute decor, pretty noisy. Ok service for how busy it was.
so impressed, can't wait to go back! the food was delicious, the decor was adorable, the market downstairs was to die for!
The din was a little loud in the left corner. We had trouble hearing. It could have been because we were seniors- one with a hearing aide, one who needs one and two ladies who spoke softly. Other wise it was great! Ha!\nWe really enjoyed seeing all the young people having a great time at you great venue.\nThe food , service, and atmosphere was very enjoyable for all of us \nThank you for asking
A nice, casual meal which was actually pretty tasty and decent value, right in the centre of town. I had pork the pork shoulder for main and was very happy with it. The service we received was excellent; very friendly and fast. The beer menu is also good; we went for extra beer after dinner just to try some more. \n\nI was slightly disappointed that, despite being a rooftop restaurant, the arrangement is such that you don't get much of a view of the surroundings and you can't 'go outside'. A bit of a shame given how close the restaurant is to some NYC landmarks.
Had a great time at the bar while we waited to be seated for a reservation. Our bartender Justin was super attentive and energetic, made our experience very fun. Great beer selection and the cocktails were on point. Monique was our server for dinner and she was also very attentive and sweet and helped me surprise my boyfriend with a candle-lit dessert as it was his birthday. My dinner was amazing - I loved the arugula salad - so simple but so yummy, the beet appetizer and my chicken entree was out of this world. Can't wait to go back!
Fun ambience (Italian Alps ski village) and creative, yummy cuisine. We loved it!
Service wasn't that great. Food was good. Loved the decor and ambiance.
Very busy, booked a table and made to wait 15 extra minutes due to it not being ready even though we arrived 10 minutes early and when questioned we got a very abrupt response of 'I've text you twice' we were never told this would be the case and if we were we would have explained that due to traveling we didn't have our phones on. As it happened due to the bar being so busy, we waited at the reception desk however, instead of one of the staff letting us know our table was ready they made us feel like it was our fault. \n\nFood was good, service in the restaurant was good but initial impressions let it down.
Waitress was nice but when we asked some questions she couldn't answer her manager came over and she was so snobby and rude. (Red head chunky gal)\nApparently they didn't think our very well behaved 11,12&16 yr old daughters deserved a nice meal? They seemed to frown on the fact that we brought kids??. This place is beautiful but the service was not.
This came recommended and it was such a treat. The pop up seasonal themes make this an unique and fun experience. The Paela and pork dishes were amazing.
Great servers. Delicious food. Beautiful setting. We'll be back.
Every year my group of girl friends get together for a Christmas season kick off brunch... This year we chose Baita for the seasonal ambiance. \n\nOur server Kyle was wonderful and did a great job taking care of the eight of us.\n\nThe only downside was my meal was never prepared. After eating off of everyone else's plates I canceled the order. Kyle apologized and really tried his best to make it right.\n\nA manager should have come talk to me, so that is one big disappointment.
I'd heard about Eataly many times but never had the chance to see the market.\nWe wanted more than just the experience of buying things at the market and picked Baita for a Sunday lunch. It was great. The service was friendly and prompt. The menu was appealing. We found many things on the menu that sounded appetizing. From the fried cheese, the polenta with mushroom and fontina to the pork shoulder and the cheese dumplings. All very good.\n\nThe drinks are creative but not bizarre. I would definitely come back to Baita if I'm in the Flatiron district again. Although I may want to try onne of the other trattorias inside the market.
We felt a bit underwhelmed by this meal. Our raclette wasn't hot enough, the pasta was a bit bland, and the meat was very pricey considering it came with no sides but decent. We enjoyed our drinks and the ambiance was nice, but we wished we had just left it at drinks and ate somewhere else.
I usually don't leave unfavorable reviews, but the hostess was very rude. The Restaurant was \n3/4 empty, We had a reservation for 3, one of our party told us he would be a little late, but we needed to be seated to be able to finish by a certain time b/c one of us needed to catch a flight. First she simply ignored me, did not even acknowledge or respond to my explanation and request to be seated. After prodding, she sat us at a table for 2 and said she would pull over the adjacent table later. The waitress was nice and put the tables together right away, and our 3rd party did in fact arrive about 10 minutes later.
Impeccable service and a delicious, diversified menu for food and beverages.
Food delicious. Festive space. Awesome staff. Don't miss it!
Fantastic place. Loved the atmosphere, the snow lodge Xmasy decor, great food, ambience, service, loved the roof top dining experience . Thanks
Although expensive, it is a unique dining experience because of the diverse menu and ambiance.
Loved the whole experience. Starting with the street level market, the location, excellent appetizer and dinner. On top of that our server was friendly and welcoming. Will be back for sure!
Our meal was good and we enjoyed meeting up with a family member who lives in NYC. A couple of the younger people (17-23) didn't like the small portions. The other thing was we would have enjoyed a salad or side with our pasta - didn't realize it was ala carte.
Great ambiance with great service. My wife and I went for a cocktail and a cheese plate. We loved the recommendations the waitress made regarding the cheese selection. The beer was also recommended and fantastic. Parking was easy too which made getting in and out stress free.
Went out for a small Friendsgiving brunch, and it was the perfect atmosphere for this occasion. The decor was very holiday and the place was full of life. The food was pretty okay, service was a bit slow but that was understandable.
In town for Thanksgiving Day Parade. Did a web search for dinner spots, this place looked unique, and it is. The whole Eataly experience was interesting. Food and service were good, very casual. Definitely worth a try.
Service was very attentive with being annoying \nAppetizers were great. Entrees were tasty but the serving portion were on the small side. Something you usually don't find in any Italian food \nDesert was awesome. The gelato was some of the best I ever had. \nOverall they get a -A as a grade. Will repeat for sure
Service was horrible. Appetizers came out same time as dinner. Amateur hour. Server was a ghost.
Wonderful late lunch to celebrate my birthday. Our waiter Douglass was amazing and all the northern Italian specialties were delish. Great day!
asked for a window table in reservation. Instead we were seated in the center between loud groups of drunk people. tables so close the girl's hair behind me hit me on the head every time she flipped it. appetizers came out immediately and were terrible as was the cold bread they practically threw at us (even though it was wrapped in brown paper..what is the point if not warm?). Entrees came out 2 minutes after the appetizers were served. Couldn't we even have the illusion that the food was made to order? All 4 entrees were terrible..like they had been pre-made and sitting out all day waiting for someone to order them. also the food was incredibly salty. no one took more than 2 bites. people were playing soccer in the middle of the restaurant and the staff just gave them dirty looks but didn't stop them. go to this place if you want to party at a hefty price but definitely not for the food. also, people were adjusting their tables around us and when we got up we were landlocked. Had to physically move tables to leave. Leaving was the best part. Finally, they advertise a view of the flatiron building. This place has no view..you can see two windows of the building; it is not a view by any stretch.
Was seated promptly for a 5:00 Rez. Wait staff was courteous and attentive. After walking around and sampling the fair from Eataly we were not real hungry. Had the shrimp Appy and shared the gnocchi. Shrimp was tasty and cooked just right. The gnocchi was cooked al dente however the sauce was on the sweet side. Not my personal preference but not awful. \n\nI would def go back but make a different choice on my entree. \n\nThe atmosphere was bustling and it is def a hotspot any day of the week.
Great rooftop spot. You're paying more for the atmosphere than the food.
We have been to Eataly many times and always enjoy ourselves. Sabbia is a wonderful addition. The food was fabulous (try the eggplant) and our waiter went out of his way to make sure we had a great experience. However, the front receptionist needs to work on her customer service. We were early for our reservation, and decided we would wait at the bar, but we couldn't get near it. We went downstairs to have a glass of wine and as soon as we ordered I got a text that our table was ready. She texted back that she would give the table away in 10 min. Seems very unfair. She did hold the table for us, but she was very unpleasant when we got upstairs. It didn't ruin our night. We had a great time.
Not the best value, but food and service were good. Disappointed that a couple of entrees were not available.
always great food and service! love that the menu changes seasonally , one of the few places I will try something I would not normally order and I have not been disappointed . The staff is great!
We ordered 2 mains and one starter. The waitress mentioned that the mains would arrive at different times because try were coming from 'different parts of the kitchen'.\nMy plate arrived first, 20 minutes later the starter, 10 minutes later his plate. They should get better at syncing food.\nDecoration was lovely though, looks like a cozy skii hut.
I've dined here twice. I enjoyed the cuisine. It's a fun, energetic and casual place to dine. The service is pretty good. Not exactly attentive because the place is just so busy. I would dine there again.
Eataly (downstairs) is amazing. It's like Disney World for foodies. Truly endless culinary wonders! Baita has a young and hip vibe. Most people I saw were young professionals. It's loud. The food was great. I had the pork shoulder which was amazing. Overall, Baita is a great and fun place.
Really nice lunch, service was excellent and the food was really good! Nice atmosphere and the roof was open because of the nice weather. Definitely coming back here!
We had a great night at La Birreria this weekend. Food was amazing and the beer list was outstanding. My husband is a home brewer so we really enjoyed the selection.
Good food, nice atmosphere, attentive but not overbearing waitstaff. And all at a reasonable cost. Not bad at all!
So yummy! Get the truffle pasta you won't regret it!
This place was great. Lovely location in Chelsea, nice store on the main floor, and great, shaded views up on the rooftop patio. Food was really good, service was friendly, lots of wonderful choices. The noise level was a bit high for our liking, but it was easily tolerable.
We felt like we had snuck away to the Italian Coast in this whimsical revisioning of Eataly's rooftop. Food was delicious and we will be back. Maybe just for a glass of proseco to watch the sun set! Delightful!
A wonderful dining experience. The ambiance was so warm and inviting. We had the Fromaggio 5 cheese platter with honey and nuts which was a nice opener. We also ate the Sath cheese which was a nice surprise. Tasty and melted in my mouth. \n\nAs a entree I ordered the pork shoulder in apricot glaze with Cole slaw. It was tender and the combination of ingredients was incredible. It also included a side of mustard sauce to mix with the pork. Highly recommend !!
Overall good experience. However it was 60 degrees out and they wouldnt open the roof top. They had a the heaters going and it was incredibly hot in the space. Whats the point of having a retractable roof if you dont use it was really the reason we came.
The food and service was amazing! The only cons I had was the noise level and the portions were small.
Excellent, festive atmosphere! Polenta bar is not to be missed. Food was delicious!
Have recently noticed that service has gotten worse at Eataly and Baita. Water was never refilled. Staff didn't come by during meal to see how food was or if we wanted another drink. The veggie polenta was excellent.
Skip the dessert and head to the Nutella bar downstairs! The market is huge and lots to take in. The rooftop was fun , food was good. I would go back but to a different restaurant. Highly recommend the Italian cocktail!
Even if it was raining on the day we went to Sabbia, we felt as is if it was a sunny day once inside. It was bright under the glass roof and the decor really makes you feel as if you were at a beach party. It was a bit noisy but not too agressive. Staff seemed overwhelmed even if the place was not full. Our waiter disappeared for long periods at a time. Also he was not very helpful in helping us with our choice of beer. Food was OK but we were expecting more. The Swordfish was dry and not very tasty. The stuffing was minimal. The texture of the gnocchi was nice but the basil was very discreet. The best tasting thing we had were the Bombettes. Also the portions are on the small size. Overall a bit of a let down other than for the decor.
I've been here quite a few times for drinks and have had a great time. I would never recommend eating here. While the service was good, the food itself was not and it was severely overpriced. Stick to drinks in the bar area.
One of our favorites in NYC but the service this visit was horrible. Several times the waiter was impossible to find and our entrees took forever. Food was on point as always. Don't miss the braised apricot pork!!!
It was good. I'd go again. I expected to feel rushed but we were not.
We thought any restaurant in Eataly would be good. Went for the extensive beer menu...not so hot tho. Bad wine also. Minimal food menu, that had a few good dishes, and more that were not. The noise level was unbearable, mostly from the obnoxious music. The service was ok, but could not make up for everything else. Unless you are looking for a hot-spot bar hang, don't bother.
What a pleasant surprise! We loved the new beach theme and menu. Have been coming here since it opened and it has yet to disappoint. So many wonderful new menu items. Can't wait to go back.
Our service was horrible! We ordered appetizers and then asked the server to come back to take our meal order and he replied by saying that 'they have a small kitchen and are a very busy restaurant so he couldn't do that.' I was a server and i've never heard that as a response before. \n\nSo our food came before we even had a chance to enjoy our apps. Then we had a hard time finding our server for more drinks. I asked for a water glass 3 times and a busser finally got it for us. We had to ask for the bill too and a manager got it for us. It was a horrible experience and to pay that amount I expected it to be much nicer. \n\nInstead I would only suggest it for a quick drink at the bar. I would not return for dinner.
Was so much fun. The food was excellent, the atmosphere was so cool. The wait staff was very friendly and accommodating. One of the waiters even sang for us. Was a really awesome evening.
Our group of 4 had lunch there, the atmosphere was great and we did enjoy the place. Our waiter was attentive at first but then , nowhere to be seen (I waited for my bottled water and then gave up, my husband got up to get the pepper mill,...). We came for the raclette, and were a little disapointed, the pasta dishes were tasty, but on the small side. Note sure we'll go back.
Awesome concept. Food was delicious and service was good.
Eating upstairs and outside on a beautiful November day was a real treat. My reservation was honoured immediately upon arrival. Service was prompt and helpful. We we given tasters when trying to decide on a glass of wine. The fish was the best of the entrees we had. The beet skewer was only okay. You need to Oder. Side of veggies when ordering a main. Overall a fun and interesting place to visit for lunch.
Our waiter was very rude, didn't check on our table a whole lot, and the poor bus boy who couldn't speak English tried so very hard to keep everyone's drinks refilled and happy. Our waiter wasn't very personable. With those things being said, I got the Atlantic Cod and it was hands down the best fish I had ever had in my life. The portion sizes are not huge though, but you are there mostly to experience the taste of the food.
Not so special but a good restaurant like many others. The place was harried and everyone seemed in a panic about tables and bar seating. The atmosphere was ok. Honestly, at night it was not even obvious we were outside. Glad it was not as hot as the rest of the week was. Service was ok. Food was ok. The bar tables were filled with empty glasses and trash. I watched a customer clear her table (guarded it with her life and purse items in each place setting ) holding the chairs, and then she wiped down the table with a bar rag that was given to her by a bartender!!!!!! We had a reservation, arrived on time and waited for 1/2 hour which seemed acceptable there(?). They treated us like we were lucky to have a reservation. Forget about our anniversary celebration;. our desserts came 15 minutes apart.
I took some visitors to NYC because of the tie-in to Eataly. At first, they thought it was too noisy for their taste, but they became accustomed to it. Service was very attentive, but the food came out almost too quickly, as if they wanted to turn over the table really, really fast. But, we still enjoyed it.\n\nSo, if you do want a quick, good meal, this is your place.
This place was AMAZING! My only regret was not getting there sooner!! I happened to have had GREAT weather the night I went....which is a PLUS given the rooftop location. There is a glass closure though so don't fret if the weather doesn't cooperate when you go.
Fun rooftop experience. Food and drink were expensive but the arctic char and other dish we ordered were good. Service was good and fast too. It's a nice place to visit and but not rush to go back. Will try many other more.
The restaurant it's very cosy and warm perfect for this upcoming cold. The food is absolutely amazing and the wine is to die for 10/10 for me. Went to the restaurant for a date and I will definitely be going back !!
Don't order the raclette option on the menu! Not pretty to look at or tasty... kitchen needs to take a look at how the Europeans serve it. V disappointing. Service was good, wine overpriced, atmosphere good. Would eat downstairs next time...
One glass of wine was horribly corked, smoky and disgusting. The pasta cost $35 and was a tiny portion and not very good. The sausage and mushroom polenta was also tiny and the ingredients were not tas table. We lived in Veneto for three years and that stuff was not northern Italian. Would never go back.
We took our daughter and her 90 year old gramma for a taste of Eataly. LaBirreria has never let me down when I want to make my dining companions happy. The wait staff was very intuitive and we were very happy with the extra attention to detail on this visit.
Love this rooftop. Service was awesome and of course the wine of Eataly was tasty.
Love Eataly and the whole experience. Walking through the market I found myself excited to experience Baita. \nThe roof top dining left much to be desired. The room was great the bar area had good energy, the restaurant side was quiet yet fun. Service was good and my guest and I were excited about the menu. \nUnfortunately the food was not as exciting. The salads we ordered Meh.. dull and unappetizing and our entrees was the same route, again presentation was less then appetizing and the seasoning.... meh.\nThink eating in the market would have been more fun and the food and presentation would have been better. Not high on my list.. won't eat there again. But will definitely enjoy the market and restaurants there. ** 2 stars for Baita at La Birreria ( that's generous)
Really neat seasonal restaurant located on the roofdeck of Eataly. I felt like we walked into a ski chateau in the Italian Alps, complete with a little log cabin to wait in for our table to be ready. The food was delicious, but not the best for anyone with dietary restrictions (aka gluten and dairy intolerance). Creative Italian and winter inspired cocktails, polenta is their specialty, have unique high altitude wines that go along with the theme. All around great ambience and experience.
The space is fantastic, with the retractable roof, it looks like a fairy tale. The food was good, but very pork heavy, and no red sauce. The olive oil was good. Service was spotty. Excellent value.
It was on my 'must visit' list but I only had time for a quick bite on this first visit. It was a little hard to find upstairs but in a fun and adventurous way that I didn't mind a bit and I wouldn't have changed a thing. And our route took us passed all of the other incredible food and drink options that I'll be back for! I think you could spend a whole day walking around this place and eating! Our beers were fantastic, small plates we shared...amazing! I've been dreaming of the food ever since! Looking forward to going back at night to see how the place looks in that atmosphere. I'm sure it's just as impressive. Fun, unique and delicious all in one. Looking forward to returning!
A great enclosed oasis on the roof from the madness and crowding of Eataly below. Mountain lodge decorations and ambiance. Had special polenta and raclette along with their own brew, made right there.
Went to Birreria last night. Wow! Everything was wonderful. The pasta del giorno was cooked to perfection......al dente. Most restaurants always overcook their pastas. Really enjoyed the entire of the restaurant and EATALY as a whole. Will return when we visit NYin the future.
The rooftop has been transformed to represent the alpines and after ski atmosphere. It is charming however crowded and noisy, (tables are quite close to each other). If you are looking for an energetic atmosphere with good food (polenta bar, flat bread pizza's, high altitude wine list and great selection of beers) than this is the place, we were lucky to be having lunch on a mild sunny day in November so the roof was open. The wait staff was very attentive and friendly. Some tables face walls of neighboring buildings so the inside tables offer better atmosphere. If you are very lucky you can eat inside a wooden 3 sided ski hut or have drinks in the alpine Adirondack chairs. We were glad we had made reservations, the wait for walk ins was quite long.
The food and atmosphere is wonderful! The service was absolutely great. I'd recommend this place to anyone who wants a nice outside NYC experience.
Just to less value for money! The lasagna? Kidding me, i can do better at home! Prefab food. The pasta?..... never mind, not worth making a comment.
Slightly challenging to navigate to it. But worth the journey. \nThe food is VERY special.
Great place to grab a drink on a nice night! Very open feeling with a beautiful view.
The hostess was lovely- helpful and kind! The waiter was awful- didn't seem to think our table was part of his station. Ended up having several waiters thru out the lunch- none of them committed to our table. As we were eating lunch, the staff kept trying to clear the table. Despite the fact that we were eating, the staff kept taking away the plates. The food was good- the service was lame.\nWill not bother to come back.
Sabbia at La Birreria was was in every way possible.
The restaurant itself was nice, ambience was excellent. The food was very good, but portions were very small for the prices. The major problem was the service. We ordered champagne and appetizers which arrived promptly and where delicious. After our entrees were brought to the table our waitress came to ask if everything was okay before disappearing for almost 20 minutes. We wanted dessert menus, but she was nowhere to be found. We finally got the attention of another staff member, presumably a manager of some kind who was very helpful and apologetic. She got us our menus and we ordered coffee. Another 10 minutes or more passed with no service and no coffee. At this point we gave up and asked the same manager for our check. Our waitress finally made an appearance after the manager went to find her. She printed out our check. We paid for our food and left. The manager was very nice and apologetic which we really appreciated, but our disappearing waitress and the lack of service soured our visit.
Party of 10 for a family birthday. Travelled from U.K. Menu difficult to understand. Service chaotic (main meals all served before starter plates removed). Waiter complained to us about shortage of wine glasses. Generally an average Italian meal but very expensive.
Fantastic food and service! Way too hot though... it was probably 100 degrees...
Great space, great drinks, fun and professional service. Home run every time.
The look of the whole restaurant is worth the trip, and the food ain't bad either!
Would give this closer to 3.5 stars, but the service here bumped it up to a 4. Huge fan of most Batali restaurants, but Sabbia missed the mark for me with some of the food. Portion sizes are rather small for the price of the dishes, but the quality didn't match the price for me. For example, I had the gnocchi, which were good, but could be found at so many other Italian restaurants in the city for a larger portion and similar taste for the same price. My husband had the tagliata di manzo, which was shockingly small, although he did enjoy the flavors. I do recommend Sabbia for the unique setting and the delightful wine and antipasti, especially the cheese and salumi plates. I enjoyed the beachside scenery during the summer, but I vote for the ski lodge they turn this place into in the winter! Above all the else, the service was exceptional - our waiter was attentive, friendly, helpful and comped us desserts after a random guest walking by spilled beer on our friend. For dinner, I'll try another restaurant (Batali's Otto, anyone?), but would come back for the fun atmosphere with friends.
I visited Sabbia to have a nice dinner date with my wife. We loved the foood and the wine. I found the room temperature home made beer average, But I like my beer very cold. I order a colder one and it was really good. A lot of bit noisy but not to much. Costumer service was really good. The server helped us with our selections on the food, wine and beer. I will give a five star to the server. Over all, very good please to dine.
The food and wine was delicious. The gnocchi was extremely fresh with homemade red sauce and fresh basil. The wine was good however they ran out of the bottle that we wanted. It took 25 mins for the waiter to let us know they were out of the bottle. A little ridiculous considering they were not busy. Instead we got a more expensive bottle and they waiter did not offer us a discount. After waiting a long time without service we asked for a discount on our bill, and were given 10% off. Food and wine were great, but the server was was not very cheerful or attentive.
The food was great but service quite slow. It took more than 30 minutes to give our orders.
Fun beach decor, will change to winter theme in November. Food was good to excellent. Smallish portion sizes. Typical high-end NY prices. Some great cocktails. Noisy, so not for romance or first dates. Kind of like an outdoor market dining. Would go back.
The service was very slow and we were greeted with excuses for it each time. Our bar drinks took at least 30 minutes to get to us and only two of them were taken off of the bill after being told that 'it would be sorted out'. We were also charged for something we didn't order, which I had to awkwardly point out. \n\nThe ambiance is nice, but the slow service is a huge detractor that would probably keep me away for dinner with a group.
Food was delicious..from the cheese selections to the escarole and fennel salad to the eggplant and couscous dish..not to mention the great beer and wine selections.. bellisimo !
Perhaps I just expected something really different. Birreria is obviously great for people who like beer and the bar scene is vibrant. The space is absolutely beautiful. The service is fine. But the food was really underwhelming to me. We ordered the chicken and the salmon. The salmon was tasty but with very little in the way of sides. The chicken was not good at all--rather tasteless but the couscous was good. The olives were good--I liked the variety. Because the space and the view is the best part, I'd recommend going for a drink and having food downstairs among the variety of choices where I thought the food was much more tasty. This opinion on the food probably also has to do with the region of Italy that the food represents--northern Italy, where I have not traveled.
Atrocious. No service after almost an hour. Even after we asked for cheque we waited for another twenty minutes. We ordered a dozen oysters and drinks, and you would think we were doing the waitress a favour. We took the time to make a reservation because we had such great things. Don't do it! Skip the lines, keep your money and go elsewhere!
My guests' pasta was flavorful, but clearly had been sitting for awhile before it was served . They are big eaters, but didn't finish. My chicken was meh. Cheeses were delicious, but I could have gone downstairs and purchased them. I was embarrassed that I had made a big deal out of dining there since they were out-of-towners. Service was so slow and uninspired--might as well have eaten in a cafeteria. We had reservations, but the hostess seemed unsure where to seat three people despite the plethora of tables. We had to watch her fiddle with the computer for several minutes. I'll stick with the downstairs restaurants in the future.
I would wait till Italy changes this restaurant for the winter. I have had much better experiences here with their other themed restaurants. Food was good but nothing extraordinary.
Very nice space on the top of the flatiron neighborhood, we will be back!
The environment was so great. Beautiful outdoor seating, great food, and great wine and beer menu. The food was good, but nothing out of this world. My family got seafood pasta and I got the gnocchi - great flavors . Very lively and energetic ambiance. Service was pretty good for the most part, but felt a little rushed at times.
Great fun and yummy food. Service was very good and the food was delicious. Very energetic.
Delicious food and cocktails and a fun atmosphere.
The best sparkling rose! The pork belly is a must!
Visited here on an amazingly nice day visiting NYC. Two tween eaters with us. We weren't overly hungry but still managed to put away sandwiches, olives, a wonderful octopus appetizer and - what was an afterthought- the smashed potatoes, which ended up being a home-run. Service was great.
Fun, great view, but a bit expensive.
The food was amazing, super fresh seafood, but the waiter wasn't very friendly.
We had an amazing lunch here. The food is spot on and very well designed menu if you are looking to share some skewers have some great drinks and just enjoy. Feels like a nice escape from the madness.
Could wait to take my wife to Sabbia at La Birreria. The rooftop space was better than I expected. Our waiter (Nick) was very attentive, in fact he took the time to explain the entire menu. The food was delicious... can't wait to go back.
Food was okay, but not great. Service was very slow even though it was not that busy. However, the setting on the roof top is very nice.
Very loud - maybe the acoustics of the space could be improved upon
I am sad to say perhaps my expectations were too high. The wine selection is pretty good, the food is good, not great. Our wait service was less than stellar, he brought the wrong entree so we had to wait for the correct one to be prepared, then he disappeared. I think you get better service and better food on the main floor either at the food stations or the restaurants. I also think they need to decorate the hall area off the elevator, very unappealing. We will probably stick to Mario's restaurants or Verdure and Pesce on the main floor.
Met some friends for a birthday lunch. Great that they now accept reservations! Service was a little slow, but this isn't a place to come when you're in a hurry anyway. Food is great, beer and wine list excellent.
Great service and great food with a nice rooftop atmosphere. The cheese plate is awesome. Zach is the man!
The place is kind of fun but the food was really average especially for the prices I had some grilled eggplants the were barely cooked ...and the dish was over $ 25 . Unusual place and decor but probably not worth a second visit . The market place downstairs looked pretty interesting though.
I read on Yelp that Sabbia previously lost reservation, won't seat people, was not particularly friendly. I thought it was just a fluke. But it happened to me word for word.\n\nI made the reservation well in advance. Sabbia even called to confirm my reservation the day before. I answered the call and confirmed that my friends and I will show up. \n\nHowever, when I actually got there, they can't find my reservation. They could not find it under my name, the time, the number of people in my party, the email address. The OpenTable.com confirmation e-mail means nothing. I showed it to them on my phone and they still have a hard time figuring out what name the reservation is under, even though it's right there in the middle of the e-mail.\n\nThe host outside the lower elevator entrance almost refused to let me in, because she can't find my reservation. After she finally lets me through to go 'check with upstairs', I have to go through the same thing with the host upstairs. Again, name and e-mail yielded no result. After I reminded them that they have called me the day before and confirmed my party of six, they found my reservation by looking up my phone number. \n\nAt this point, of course they refused to sit us until our entire party is here, because they never prepared a table for us in advance. The whole place is so crowded and packed with happy hour people that there isn't even room for those of my party who're already there. What is the point of a reservation if they are not expecting us even though they confirmed that we would show up?
Upbeat, lively, lots of menu choices, good value. Noise level is high but did not interrupt our fun.
Went with my family for my father's birthday a couple of nights ago. The waiter couldn't be more rude - serious attitude problem. We asked him to take a quick photo of us, to which he rudely answered 'It'll have to wait, I'm too busy'... and then aimlessly walked around the restaurant. \n\nAfter sharing this experience with the very lovely manager it only got worse. We saw her reprimand him, and we saw him roll his eyes at her. She then sent us two desserts, delivered by said waiter who told us he 'took our desserts off the check because it was a special occasion'. We never ordered the desserts, and he didn't send them. \n\nAt the end of the night the check was still expensive for not a lot of food and not a great experience. I will not be returning and wouldn't recommend it.
This was a really fun and festive place to dine on a nice summer night in the city. Our reservation was honored right on time, service was good, drinks were refreshing, and the food was delicious! Definitely recommend!
Menu is limited and had no kids menu. Was not very accommodating to the fact my daughter wanted pizza, I asked them to just put some cheese on some bread too please me and my daughter but they declined. Ended up just having a beer and going to eat somewhere else.
The appetizers were great but we were dissatisfied with our second courses. We also felt rushed. They brought the second courses while we were still eating our appetizers and brought the check without our asking while we were drinking coffee.
Though on the roof, the 'view' was nothing to get excited over. The prices were high compared to other Batali/Bastianch restaurants. My veal chop was pounded paper thin, dry, and the melted cheese merely a drizzle, with a few cubes of prosciutto cotto to sprinkled around. My wife's braised pork with apples and cabbage was excellent however. Appetizer of 'sciatt' (battered and fried liable cheese) was pretty good but my prosciutto app contained several small slices of bone. Wine at $15 a glass, was one of the cheaper ones.\n\nThe waiter was nice enough but not attentive, more likely to speak to the other wait staff than scan the room. Had to wait very long to get and then pay the check.\n\nMaybe the beer garden at this local is great but the pop up Baita no so much.
The room was warm, cheery and brightly decorated with strings of globe lights and evergreen branches and wooden skis. The servers were friendly, welcoming, and offered great suggestions for items on the menu. My husband and I started out with cocktails that were fantastic and unique getting our palette ready for our meals. Our appetizers arrived and were delicious down to the very last bite just in time for our entrees to arrive (the restaurants/servers timing was excellent). My husband had meat and each bite was juicy, tender and full of flavor. I had a fresh homemade pasta dish with mushrooms and cheese ragu - a great combination of creamy, nutty flavors with fresh pasta! We shared dessert that was rich, chocolatey with a hint of amaretto - the perfect ending to the meal. We are so glad we went and can't wait to return for the spring/summer rooftop experience here!
Loved the location, but the food and service were just ok -- nothing special and given the price and the pedigree, I would have expected more.
The atmosphere was off. We had 7 diff servers some better than others. The food was nice but one of the main meals was cold. It took too long for the first round of drinks to be ordered and served
Gorgeous rooftop patio, but the food was expensive, minuscule and bland. The pasta was overcooked, sauce out of a can would have had more flavor, and the service was spotty. It would be a nice place to come and have an (overpriced) drink or two because the patio is so nice, but be warned it's loud. Overall, not worth the money or time.
Our waiter was new but made twice the effort to make my party comfortable and happy. We shared a bunch of small plates and the cheeses were our fav. Try the warm mulled wine!! The decor makes you feel like your no longer in NYC but in a cozy ski lodge.
We had a great time and first rate meal at Sabbia, the pop-up restaurant at Eataly where the theme is the Italian seaside. The place is festooned with beach paraphernalia: umbrellas, signs ('spiaggia nudista -->'), lights and such that create a festive atmosphere. Although I read some negative reviews about the service and wait time, I decided to take a chance and I am glad I did. Our reservation was for 6:15 and since we arrived early, we went to the bar and the hostess said she would send a text when a table was ready. We were seated within a few minutes, twenty minutes before our reservation time. The waitstaff was attentive and informative. When we were through with dinner, the waiter told us not to worry about lingering and just have a good time. The meal was perfect from charming cocktails through dessert. As appetizers, we had the escarole salad with shaved fennel and parmesan, grilled shrimp and fritto misto. Dinner included pasta with broccoli rabe, gnocchi and fussili with seafood. Each dish was excellent and portions were neither skimpy nor over done. Dessert included gelato and house made cannoli with espresso and after dinner drinks. The meal came in at $262 including the tip. The only warning is that although Sabbia is a rooftop restaurant, there is really no 'view' in this part of town. And, afterwards you can shop at Eataly for a few things to take home!
While the food was eatable. The service was terrible. The restaurant greeters downstairs were curt almost to the point of being rude. I got the impression that we were an imposition rather than guests in their restaurant: the entire wait staff were very curt the few times they spoke to us, no smiles, the wait staff checked in to see if we liked the food after we had eaten 3/4 of it (The wait staff should have checked in with us shortly after our food had been delivered to the table to see if we were pleased with the food, and to ask if there is was anything else we wanted).
Baita is a great treat during the winter - it is really fun to embrace the cold (while staying warm) in an alpine-lodge-esque dining experience. The food was amazing and our waiter was phenomenal. The wine selection is great - it really overall was a great experience!
For the price the service is spotty. We had to ask for many things. For example it took several requests to get lemon for our water. Finally we got 3 pieces of lemon for 4 people! Atmosphere is fun but noisy.
The rooftop experience was terrific. Decor, atmosphere and food were great. Highly recommend.
We love Eataly. It's such a cool place. The weather this week was beautiful so we wanted to go to the rooftop bar there. The food was delicious! The drinks were great! Our server was a little distracted but everything else was amazing!
We had a good time but a littel upset because there was no flexabilty in the menu.. so one of us didnt eat
I went with my family to have dinner and it was disappointing. I had very high expectations since it is not easy to have a reservation and Eataly sell very good Italian food (in the market). \n\nThe service was OK, nothing special, but the food was not very good. We ordered octopus, eggplant, and swordfish but neither were good enough.
at this point I have been there so many times , the food and service is always great. they do change up the menu from time to time and it never disappoints .
To be in and out of a restaurant in 30 minutes for $100 doesn't appeal to me. We placed our order and before we could put our napkins in our laps our food was served. The bill was presented as our plates were cleared.\n\nSabbia might be busy but I would never return or recommend. It's a factory of flipping tables as quickly as possible rather than a nice restaurant providing a lovely dining experience.\n\nVery disappointed in this from Eately.
Service was beyond awful. Sat without being helped for 30 min then asked for bread and appetizers because we were starving. We were told they couldn't bring out bread or take our appetizer order until we put our entire order in.. We then sat for another 30 min before he came back to take our full order. By this time we are SO hungry and they tell us they are out of bread. One hour later our food comes out. It tasted really good but the experience was ruined due to the bad service and long wait :(
Food was very good as expected - in fact the entire experience met our reasonably-high expectations. Price relative to portion side may seem a bit high to some, but the quality is there. On a sunny summer afternoon there was quite a buzz, plus music and overhead helicopter traffic; consider it a NYC rooftop hangout, not an escape. Not all tables are screened from above. If the place isn't packed, and the sun is bright, ask for a table with cover that will last the whole meal, or bring sunscreen - you'll need it!
A group of us came here for a friend's birthday. The food was delicious, the service was excellent and the atmosphere was fun!
Food was great! I just wish the setting was different. The service was awful, our server came and took our drink and app order and the app came out wrong and we couldn't find him to fix it. Then he didn't come back to the table for about 45 min and asked if we were ok and we said we haven't even placed our dinner order! And it might have been the loudest place I have ever eaten at. We could not hear each other at all. Seats we very narrow and uncomfortable. Overall, it was a disappointment, such a shame because we loved the food.
The food was great, and our waiter was adorable, helpful and smart. But, why, on a rainy Tuesday night, when the restaurant was barely half full, did the not very genial host give us a hard time about sitting down before our third person had arrived? When I persisted, he gave in, but told us we wouldn't be allowed to order food. Fortunately, the waiter didn't get that memo, and he was quick to bring us drinks and appetizers while we waited for our third who was stuck in rainy-night traffic. Not sure I'd go back after unless I was greeted more graciously and I felt that common sense and courtesy would prevail
If you want good, authentic Italian food, this is your place. And the outdoor setting is pleasant, though not particularly scenic. The service was good, and the prices right in line with NYC fare. But the bar was a mad scene. I could not even get off the steps to get through the crowd to my friend, who was waiting for me at the bar; I had to text her to work her way out to me. It was also quite noisy. But the three of us were led to a table across the room and seated at a nice table for four that was a bit sheltered from the cacophony. And when the food came, all was forgiven.
This rooftop bar is good fun. Great beer selection and the atmosphere is great. Nothing we are was good. It's shocking as there is so much delicious food downstairs. I would recommend eating at one of the great places on the ground floor and then going up for a quick drink.
The setting was fun and energetic. We were visiting NYC and took our son and his 2 roommates to dinner. It was great. Terrific food including the meat and cheese platters (especially the sausage). Julie was a charismatic and knowledgeable server.
Went to Sabbia's to top off a weekend trip to Times Square. Food was very good although the service was spotty at best. I attribute this to the place just opening in May and suspect it will improve as the summer goes on. Sabbia is on the top floor of Eataly-NYC which you must visit. If in the area and looking for lunch in an Italian villa seaside setting I would definitely consider Sabbia.
Wonderful service and great dinner!
Although at the top of a reasonable high building, the views are almost non existent. You can see somethings, but only if seated in certain places and then only 'upwards'. Food was wonderful, but small portions by American standards and for the price ......... Very noisy and so great for groups but not intimate. Great idea with then'pop up' theme but next time I would just visit for a beer.
Overall, Sabbia is a fun, lively outdoor restaurant on the roof of Eataly - Flatiron, but when we ordered a 'side sallad,' a plate of only iceberg lettuce with light dressing was served. It was disappointing that it included nothing else. No tomatoes, no onion, no cucumbers, nothing more. Quite surprising with the fantastic selection of produce in the store below. When we got the bill, we were shocked to see the price of this sallad: $14! We feel this was quite overpriced. \n\nAlso, tea was on the menu, but we were told no tea was available. Quite surprising, since the grocery store is just downstairs.\n\nAfter complaining to the waitress, we got our espresso, decaf coffee and dessert deducted from the bill, which was fair.
The service was absolutely horrible. Our server took an hour and a half to take our order and forgot a dish when he brought the food, so one person had to wait an additional half hour. No discount was given for the horrible service, and not even an apology was made. I always grocery shop at eataly, I will now never go back. Horrible.
Super cute restaurant rooftop with great vibes, great staff, great food, and super adorable seasonal decor! I hadn't eaten here before today but I have to say, I wish I could go back this weekend! Great and helpful bartender guided me through finding the right wine for my palette and the food options were really great. Don't forget to have some olive oil (fresh from the last season!) and bread. It literally tastes like Italy. SO GOOD.
Very nice venue with friendly and efficient staff. Food was good but expensive for the portion size.
Unfortunately it was not the best experience. Service was extremely slow, the food was good, but the portions were very small, especially for the cost. It was a really hot day and and there was no AC available because it is a rooftop. Stick with the restaurants down below.
Great food. Glad we had a chance to eat here. Wish the umbrellas were down so we could see the sky a bit more, it is a roof-top after all. But i understand there was a small chance of rain that night.
Overall, the atmosphere was lovely and the food was delicious. You do end up spending a lot more than you expect here, but it's worth it for the flavors. The cocktails are also another highlight.
Very Nice atmosphere and delicious meals. Recommended.
Love it! Went for my birthday and everything was great!
I had a tomato and Mozzarella salad with cold tomatoes.\nI travel a lot to Italy and we also have an eataly in Munich. Never ever I had in Italy or Eataly (Munich) cold tomatoes. That means the tomatoes have no taste. This can happen, but not in a Restaurant with Eataly Standards. \nAnd the service was the badest Service we had in New York jet.
Always love this rooftop setting. An escape from the busy streets. Food is always fantastic.
It seems that the Madison Square locations is suffering from a lack of experienced staff. Maybe everyone has moved south to the new location? My server had way too many tables to handle...to the point that the table next to us had a very unsatisfactory experience and she had no idea that they had even left. Too many better places to go to put up with this kind of service and food. One of our appetizers never even showed up....and nobody noticed until we pointed it out.
Having made a reservation weeks in advance was worthless. We waited an hour, repeatedly checking in with the host who said she would send a manger to check on our table, but was clearly not the slightest bit concerned about our wait. She suggested we wait at the bar, oblivious to the fact that the bar was so crowded you could not physically reach it. We were only seated after we said we were leaving. Then they took our party of 9 and crowded us around a table that had previously seated 5. The food was unremarkable. There is no view. The entire experience was horrendous.
This place claims a sunset which you can't see
Very complicated unstructured check in.\nMentioned 3 times I had a reservation and still pushing us to go to the bar. Didn't feel welcomed at all. It was like thank you for your money but don't expect service cause we're busy.
Service left much to be desired. The amount of food you receive for the price was disappointing but the food we did get was excellent
Love the Italian beach vibe! Drinks are small in size; $16 range. Food was good but menu could have more apps. I may go back on a night when the weather is more cooperative. \nMy gnocchi were delicious.
Yum! Great space - beaches of Italy inspired decor - they'll change concepts in October . Branzino was wonderful.
Have been to this restaurant in the past before they started doing the pop-up concept and it never disappoints. Good food, great atmosphere and an overall nice time out in Manhattan. LOVE EATALY!
The rooftop is amazing and so fun. The staff could not have been better with our large party. Thank you!
The menu choices were good. However rooftop dining with 90 percent humidity is difficult even the best food! Thanks
Good food, fun, friendly service. Good choice for lunch with out of town guests.
We loved the rooftop setting and the delicious food. The only problem was that the service was very slow and not professional; They do need more servers to accommodate the full room.
Making reservations via the Open Table App was quick,and easy. Eaterly is a gastronomic experience that should be on everyone's to do list. What a cornucopia of colors, shapes and smells all rising up to tantalize and delight the senses. Six restaurant choices so there's a restaurant that should appeal to every taste and palette. La Birreria, the rooftop restaurant is the place to go. We ordered the sample lager beers. The sample consisted of 3 4 ounce servings of their home grow lagers, all equally good. The ambience of the rooftop restaurant was inviting and relaxing. The wait staff was accommodating and attentive. The menu was a meat eaters delight, being a pescatarian I would probably choose Il Pesce for more fish varieties. Eagerly did not disappoint.
La Birreria is by far the best restaurant in the Eataly empire. The food is magnificent. The portions were perfect. The plate presentations were colorful and vibrant. The views of the city are spectacular. Everyone was gracious and accommodating.
Eataly never disappoints, and this pop-up restaurant in La Birreria's space is amazing! We had mozzarella and prosciutto appetizers that were a perfect reflection of Eataly's typical offerings, and grilled octopus and branzino fit for Italian coastal fare. Totally fun and totally delicious!
Even though I made a reservation and had the confirmation #, they said ' there is no your name'\nTerrible reservation system and they didn't apologize for this problem. But, the server was great. He did great recommendations.
Every restaurant in Eataly is incredible, and La Birreria is no exception! The view is beautiful and the food is delicious. This spot can, however, be very crowded and noisy sometimes.
Fun atmosphere. Would have been better if they retracted the umbrellas as it was night and no chance of rain...
Cool scene with a crowded but lively bar. Open air venue with the ability to be enclosed is perfect rain or shine.
What a wonderful setting on the rooftop! Lots of light, lots of room, wonderful service, great food!
The restaurant was way too touristy. As a New Yorker, I don't want to hang out with Toursist. Also, the restaurant week menu tasted like cafeteria food.
Although it wasn't a busy day, the service was extremely slow and inattentive. I alway gave the restaurant a poor ambience review as it was OPPRESSIVELY hot. It was almost 100% outside and the facility didn't prepare in any way... \n\nWould recommend brining in some fans for a summer day like that. \n\nOur table was incredibly uncomfortable ... and the service just made it so much worse. \n\nThis isn't a good place for a group. No variety in menu to share plates...
Always love going to La Birreria when I'm in Manhattan. Great food, excellent service and a fantastic view year round.
It was great except it was about 100 degrees outside and the photo on open table showed the roof closed, so we expected AC. Just wish we had known. It was the kind of day where you just couldn't cool off.
Fantastic beer selection - LOVED the Hill Farmstead Edward. Friendly, professional staff. Very warm day in NYC. Thought the food, while delicious, was pricy for the size of the portion.
Great place for a party. Service was hit and miss which was a pity as the food was very good.
Terrible...too sunny, no wind! Shadows limited...\nNo way to go for lunch!
I love la Birreria! Excellent food, ambiance, service.... Big selection of beer and some Wines are definitely a plus! Love love love the terrace!
So I guess they've change the name from Birreria to Baita for the winter, and had also changed the menu. La Birreria used to be a great place with great food and that's why I'm a regular there. Today I found a menu that lacked variety, the waitress messed up our order, brought dishes that we didn't ask for, and the ones we ordered never really arrived until we had the check already signed. The food we were served was just ok, but our cocktails were great. Today was a big disappointment and sadly it took away my interest in coming back (at least for a while or until they change their menu again).
This is not a place to go in the hot summer. We sat in 90F heat and could barely finish the food. \nThe restaurant should be more attentive and close the roof ceiling and turn on the AC.
It was a hot day but it was helped by airy settings in the evening. it could have helped if we were seated right away while waiting for 1 more individuals who were late. We could have ordered the drinks first.
The waitress was completely distracted by who knows what. The service was terrible,like she could be bothered to wait on us. She did not know her wines, our cheese board arrived after our meal was served. She asked if we want cheese on the pasta and then never brought it. I was completely disappointed by the experience. I had been once before about a year ago and the experience was so great I brought my husband for a special occasion. I was so disappointed.
When we walked up to the restaurant we were transported to an island beach bar/restaurant. Having just come back to city life from a vacation on a Greek island, Sabbia brought back that vibe with the outdoor dining.
This was the only restaurant in the Eataly complex that accepted reservations. Nice roof top location. Service was friendly and prompt. Food was good. Would recommend to friends and will go there again. Thank you!
Very nice restauran with good decor. Food was good, but service was very bad, seems like they have too many tables assigned to a waiter, so don;t expect a good service from this place
Great rooftop spot with atmosphere and views... All was good except our server who was rude inattentive from the time of our arrival and impatient to get our table cleared of all items before one of our group of four had finished eating..His colleagues seemed more pleasant and helpful to the tables they were serving. His attitude impacted very negatively on an otherwise lovely outing. I highlighted this as we left and the manager was apologetic. I hope he learns how important it is to be pleasant and welcoming as this is what brings return business.. You might forget the food but you remember the attitude.
Great space, great food, great service!
The service was a bit awkward tonight...never had a consistent server, it was like they were all pitching in...but not communicating with each other? The menu was a nice change of pace, the eggplant and cous cous was surprising bland. I expected a little more flavor from La Birreria? Normally, we have a great experience at La Birreria, this time was mediocre...thankfully it was not our first time there.
Food was poorly executed (fish was dry, pasta lukewarm bordering cold). It is still a nice space though. Recommend for drinks but would not attempt to eat here again especially considering what we paid for the dishes.
While it was understandably hot during the day, the entire setup of the umbrellas and misting fans did not cater to all parties but rather to specific areas. Not to mention our server completely forgot about our table at the beginning, simply to pass by and say 'are you ready?' Only to walk away for a prolonged period of time. He just seemed lost the entire time, when it did not seem all too busy.
Server was nice. Auxiliary staff probably not adequately or uniformly trained. Surprising for a Batali place
food ok but portions small waiter not informative Maybe give another try
Very flexible. Good place for groups. The owner was gracious in talking to his fans in my group!
Server very nice & helpful. Did not feel rushed.
this is our go-to place every time we go to nyc , the food and service is always great , all the staff are helpful , friendly and service is quick
We went for the Raclette and were surprised to get cold, hardened cheese. The waitress forgot about us several times .
Portions are embarrassingly small for ridiculously high prices. Cheese plate had three bites of cheese, prosciutto plate had two slices of prosciutto. That plus two drinks was a $59 bill. Not worth it!
Way too expensive, portions minute, not enough food, limited menu
Beautiful night , quick friendly service , gorgeous food. Definitely worth a trip to experience Sabbia
Rushed, dismissive and abrupt service. Food was uninspired, subpar and badly plated, unfortunately. The restaurants downstairs are far superior- overall, was very disappointed.
The food was amazing, especially when considering restaurant week prices. The rooftop was packed for lunch, and service was extremely slow, especially for a weekday lunch. Luckily we were all off of work and could enjoy our time and drinks. I would recommend Sabbia so long as you are not in a rush.
This was my fifth or sixth visit to Birreria. It could well be last, at least for dinner. (I went for lunch not long ago and it was fine then.) The menu and beer list are just as imaginative as before, the meal very tasty. Our server was great. So what's the problem? Crowds and noise. I've had more relaxing subway rides. There was a deafening alt-rock soundtrack and the place was mobbed with young people unaffected by it, their eardrums apparently transformed by growing up with earbuds plugged in all the time. Lots of people seemed to be having a good time, so if you're young and want to dine at a place that will remind you of recent frat parties, go and enjoy. This is not, however, the spot for a memorable meal with friends, unless you like to shout. We went on a weekday evening, would hate to think about what it's like on a Friday or Saturday. Your mileage may vary.
I was excited to bring my foreign colleague here, not only to see the market in Eataly downstairs, but also because in the past I have had such good culinary experiences. This time the experience was a bit of a let down. The music was so loud we were hoarse by the end of the night, and it even got turned up louder during the meal even though people were leaving the bar area and the din was lessening. \n\nThe appetizer was fine, the cask wine good, but my meal was an even bigger disappointment. My duck was good at first, but the fans everywhere and over the bar that were blowing directly on our table caused the meat to be cold by the time I started eating--especially since none of the dishes arrived at the same time. The carrots were fine but flavorless, while the pureed carrots tasted like freezer burn. All in all it was not the experience I have had in the past and I was not impressed. \n\nFine for a nice afternoon of basic but uninspiring food, but by evening when we are cooling down the extensive fans make the restaurant uncomfortably chilly.
This is a great place to visit when it is not too hot. It is popular so we made a 5:30 dinner reservation. The food is great but portions can be small. The stand out entree was the grilled octopus!
Had lunch with my wife & sister in law at Baita at La Birreria on the roof of Eataly last week. I have walked by this place in the past, but never had time to go in. It was recommended by a friend as well. You should make reservations to get a seat here, as it tends to fill up fast. Impressive Craft Beverage list, and interesting menu. The ground floor level has an import store, along with fresh meats, pastas, and lots of delicious food & drinks. It's very lively, and has a high level of energy. I would definitely return, and recommend to friends & family.
We dined on a Sunday evening, arriving early for our 6:45 reservation. We were immediately seated. Our waiter was not busy, and was willing/able to answer all of our questions. Note... if you order champagne you won't be given champagne flutes. They don't have any on the rooftop location ('this IS a beer joint after all' said the waiter). I also found the menu a bit limited. Check on the web site first, if possible. The food was well prepared and presented. We never felt rushed... and possibly a bit 'ignored' as the restaurant filled up. Overall, loved the rooftop ambiance (the 4 of us are from out of state).
A little slice of the Italian Riviera on top of Eataly. It's a beer garden with an oyster bar and the best Italian beach food. WOuld suggest a reservation because it's pretty busy like all the restaurants in Eataly.
The menu is confusing and the noise was deafening. There's no pasta and no red sauce......Italy is not represented there. Don't bother unless you don't want Italian food.
Very good food for lunch! They just don't have non-alcoholic beers or drinks.
The restaurant was a nice NYC hotspot with a delicious yet limited food and drink menu. It was busy, so the service good but not excellent. I would recommend it for a fun date or with a group of friends but not a 'pop the question' type of restaurant. Think of it as a lively and fun place to have a drink and tasty food.
The food was great and their menu was impressive. Great atmosphere too.
We went as a business team lunch for the restaurant week special. The food was good, but not fantastic. The wine pairing (white) was wonderful! I love the location.
The decor and ambiance are great -- they've done an amazing job bringing a really pleasant resort/beachy feel to a rooftop beer garden. While the drink prices are typical for Manhattan, the main courses are not a good value -- overpriced small portions. Go for drinks and appetizers. Eat your main elsewhere.
Over priced for what you get, but otherwise very good!
Great beachy ambiance on the roof. Food is excellent as the downstairs ones. Great idea!
Be sure to make reservations, packed from 1:00-4:00 on weekend afternoon. \nGreat vibe, service, menu & selection of Wines and microbrews.
The transformation of La Birreria to Italian beachside was fun, warm, bright, cheerful... I loved it and felt like we were getting away. The fresh mozzarella melted in your mouth, and the brightness of the tomato sauce on the gnocchi was a flavor explosion. They both accompanied well with the sausage bites. Highly recommended experience at Eataly.
The appetizers were shockingly small. We ordered 5 appetizer to share for 7 people and there was barley enough for each of us to taste a couple of things. The entrees were excellent and and amply portioned.
The food was a more modern, simplistic take on some of the Italian classics. The crowd was a mix of young lively 20somethinga and an older crowd looking for something new. It was unique eating on the roof, but there wasn't too much view. Server was helpful and able to make suggestions. Overall great experience.
The food is very inventive! Unexpected dishes prepared delicious yet reasonable, along with a pint of beer or a mug of mullet wine! The desserts are noteworthy too!
Had a late lunch on a very hot day. The atmosphere was fun but it was just so hot. They do have some sail cloth-like covers to protect you from the sun and fans with misters which do help. I would like to come back at a different time of the year because I believe it would be much more enjoyable.
Everything was great except for the tiny cocktail glasses. They were rediculously small, but the cocktails themselves fantastic .
Cute - place but food was not good. Mozzerella app was bland and high priced for what you get - - 6 small cubes of tasteless cheese. \nAnother person ordered a panini sandwich but it was served in a pita bread - not very italian at all. \nI have always liked Eataly and have even eaten at their Florence location. But this was not up to par at all. Very disappointing.
Not special at all. Food was average and very small portions. Food downstairs is way better. Music is loud and has nothing to do with the atmosphere. It is a nice spot to get together with friends and have a beer but not restaurant quality.
the dÃ©cor is super cute, which was the main attraction for me when I came across it on the internet. However, I was disappointed with the food. I got the char, which was just okay as was the side of kale. The mashed potatoes were really good, I will give them that. My boyfriend got the chicken, which he didn't rave about either. They also had an extensive spirit list that was impressive. I'm glad to have experience it, but would not return or recommend.
Took my mom here when she came for a visit and we had a great night. The menu isn't extensive, but everything we tried was delicious. True to it's theme, the seafood was delicious - fresh and well prepared. We had some prosciutto and mozzarella for appetizers and they were both of the highest quality and simply prepared. I had the branzino, which was light and flaky and delicious. Our server was kind and quick. Above all, the atmosphere and views made it a fun and special night.
Booked a table for 9pm and was seated at 9:45pm !@&$!&&
La Birreria was a lovely dining experience. The food was as good as those meals I've eaten downstairs in the first floor Eataly restaurants - and the beer selection was top notch!\n\nOne downside - they pack lots of people (without reservations) into the bar area. The staff does a great job of keeping people in the bar area so it doesn't overflow - but it does get very noisy.\n\nBasically, the overall experience - and specifically being able to sit at a comfortable table and sip my beer leisurely - means I'll definitely come back in the future...but only if I've got a reservation :)
Eataly is very nice with all the fresh foods and pastas. This restaurant was just good not great by any means. The pasta dishes were good and the pork appetizer was better. There are just too many fantastic restaurants in NYC to return to this good one.
The atmosphere was noisy. The service was good - we were seated promptly and the waiter was very nice and accommodating. The food was just OK. The cheese and meats were nothing special and I could not find any tuna in the tuna salad. Good place for a glass of wine and a small snack but I would not recommend for dinner.
Love the beer, food is great, but it was hotter than a sauna in there...
Beer selection was great but the service wasn't very good. The main courses came out too quickly after the appetizers were served and it was hard to get our waitress' attention to order more drinks. The quality of the food was okay, I would've expected better from a restaurant at Eataly
This is one of our 'regular' places to have a nice lunch , and the menu changes with the seasons so we are always trying new things and they have yet to disappoint. Now that it is summer they have created some refreshing drinks at the bar , the Sorrento Spritz is great. The staff is always friendly and quick to serve our orders.
We had fun; loved Eataly. Food good; staff great!
Mediocre food - very bad service. The rooftop is nice but uncomfortable on a very hot night because there is no AC.
The bar area is amazing and our bartender was fabulous. It is definitely worth going for drinks. Dinner service was very slow. It took our waiter at least 20 minutes to come and greet us. I got a pasta dish that I would have made at home. Maybe better at home. Nothing special. my daughter got a fish dinner that was over done with potatoes that were soggy. Not up to Mario Batali standards for sure. I have to say the tiramisu and cappuccino was the best part of the meal. Very good. Would not go back for dinner. Drinks definitely! Sadly disappointed.
I really appreciate our waitress. She was really nice and so helpful in making us decide what to order. That made our dinner more enjoyable. The food and dÃ©cor were also great. It was raining but we still felt like we were out on a seaside without getting wet.
This is my second time back and my friends and I had the worst experience. From the moment of check in to getting our check was terrible. They were very in accommodating and it's not just us. The table next to us also were having difficulties w the host and seating process. Our waitress was polite but not attentive. The only people who were really nice were the bussers and another waiter who actually took out order. After we paid our check, we were asked to leave so another group can be sat. My friend conveyed out dissatisfaction w the manager on duty and he did not really care. I don't think we've ever dined anywhere where you are asked to leave after you have had paid.
Love the concept of this place, it's a pop-up restaurant on th roof of the Eataly Market across the streetlights from the gorgeous flat-iron building. Wonderful food!
Food is a bit eclectic for my taste but it is a super fun place for an outdoor cocktail
They dressed this 'Pop Up' to the nines! It genuinely feels like you're at a ski lodge in the Italian Alps. I went for brunch with my boyfriend, but think it would be and ideal spot for day drinking with friends this winter.\nMy only qualm was the service. Our server was very nice, but slow and inattentive.
Not worth the money. Overpriced for very small portions. Ordered the three cheese plate appetizer. Each cheese was about a tablespoon. Didn't come with any kind of crackers or bread. Had complimentary bread at the table but we had finished it by the time the cheese arrived. We were not offered additional bread and our waitress was no where to be found to ask for more. Shrimp appetizer was good. Dinner gnocchi again , was a small portion. Would not return.
Love this rooftop. The majority of the food is just pretty good compared to other high quality Italian restaurants, but you come here for the ambiance, the beer, and the cheese + meats. It's a really fun place to be and you're still going to have a great meal.
the charcuterie board was excellent as was the swordfish
Food was good, overall ambiance was unique but the server we had was awful. My brother has food allergies so my asked a question about the menu. She literally laughed in her face and was so condescending! Then was missing basically the rest of the meal. Also our entrees came out in about 4-5 min and tasted like it. Not bad food, just not good enough to be mocked.
Great food. Great ambiance and very service minded personnel.
Good outdoor spot if raining with the roof; fit for tourists
We came for the raclette (melted cheese dish), mulled wine, and alpine ski lodge decor at the end of March when a blast of cold air put us in the mood to enjoy winter flavors one more time before spring.\n\nWe got no alpine decorations (taken down several weeks before the restaurant transitioned for no apparent reason), no mulled wine (taken off the menu several weeks before the transition as well), cold raclette, and a sever who could not be bothered to visit our table until we asked another waiter to find him for us. The most annoying part of this experience is that I had checked Eataly's website that very day to ensure they were still doing their alpine seasonal restaurant, but the online menu (and pictures of the decor) had not been updated to reflect the fact that Eataly had totally given up. That was a lovely surprise we got upon arrival.\n\nDespite having enjoyed rooftop drinks here a few times before, I don't think I'd ever come back after this experience.
It was like Italian tapas. Loved the ambiance as its on the 14th floor of Eataly. The food was delicious.
a tourist trap on every level from the price to the food and the service. Avoid if you've ever eaten at any descent restaurant in NYC or are accustomed to places of better overall quality than Olive Garden. Even if you go there just for a drink you better be prepared for 15 minutes of trying to get the bartender's attention.
Was very disappointed. Door man would not let us in, had to wait for our table, and took 45 minutes just to take our order. Did not have any silverware or napkins at our table and food portions were pathetic. After spending $900 there, we all had to go out and get pizza because we were still hungry.
The place looks great but the menu is fairly poor.\nFor a italian place it misses good options of pasta.
While I was initially unsure about the Italian Seaside-themed Sabbia restaurant that's replacing La Bierreria this summer, it was delicious and easy to get a reservation. They do not serve a brunch menu, just the same menu for lunch and dinner, but there are plenty of options. We had to ask multiple people multiple times before we were finally given bread, though every other table seemingly got bread immediately when they sat down. The cheese plate consisted of exactly that, cheese, and a plate with jam, no crackers, no bread, just cheese, so keep that in mind. Otherwise, my wife loved her seafood pasta, and I enjoyed the broccoli rabe pesto on mine.
this is one of our regular places to go and have lunch or dinner. can never go wrong with the food and service.
I have been here for lunch and dinner on numerous occasions and they never disappoint. The salad is fresh and the panacotta was perfect.
This is my third of many to come. There are million places to choose from in NYC and this place is always at the top of my list. The outdoor seating was great event though it was raining and the roof was closed. My salmon was perfectly cooked and the 3 cheese app with hazelnut honey was a perfect starter.
Absolutely loved our whole experience. The service was fantastic, the ambiance was romantic, and the food was incredible. The dumplings are a must-try. Also, any wine you order from Eataly/its restaurants is divine. I will rave about this restaurant whenever someone asks about our time in NYC. Beer selection was all right, according to a beer fanatic. Lovely atmosphere. Will go again.
Food was good, the service wasn't too bad. I would go again.
Not sure where to start. My son turned 21 and wanted to celebrate at a beer garden/rooftop restaurant. We selected the beer garden at Eataly for 6 people. Let me say something nice before I say the not-so-nice. The food was decent. Expensive and small portions but tasty. 3 out of the 6 entrees came out room temperature or cold. These were all meat dishes. We flagged down the waiter who called over the manager and made new ones. The white wine and rose glasses that we ordered were not very cold so we resorted to ice cubes. The portions were small and expensive. \n\nWhen it came time for the bill to come, we were not even comped a glass of wine let alone a round on the house. When I mentioned to the manager that we were not tourists and expected something off on the bill he was in shock. He said that he immediately made us 3 new meals and that he did something for us. \n\nI guess the bottom line is they want to act like a bar but when you are charging $25-$32 for an entree, you have to act like a real restaurant. We were not impressed. We were comped a few drinks. We all left disappointed. We should have went to a steakhouse. That was the consensus.
Table booked 2.30, arrived at 1.40, we sat in the bar area a drink waiting for our table as we were told none were available. Throughout we could see empty tables, at two thirty we went to the desk and was taken to one of these said empty tables. Waitress came for order 2.40, we had not decided for food yet, no drinks order taken, two woman sat at next their food and drinks order done as soon they sat down, eventually we asked for drinks these arrived at 2.55, at this point i stated the arriving after us had been seen to straight away. We left at this point as we just thought the service was terrible, was relayed back to the front desk and was told had sent me a text to say a table was ready?? I was on holiday so had no phone on me and we were sitting a two second walk from the front desk.
Baita is located on the rooftop of Eataly. I had the good fortune to be there for dinner when it was a clear, warm day and one of the ceiling windows was opened up to give me a nice view of the skyline.\n\nThe strongest parts of the restaurant are its beer selection and food. The restaurant has beers from all over the country (and a few from abroad) with a consistent Belgian and Italian theme to them. The restaurant also brews its own cask beers which switch at the beginning of Fall and the end of Winter. Their cask beer is actually very good and well worth having at least one while you're there. Their food is also pretty good and have a variety of appetizers and cheeses to go with their drink selection.\n\nMy top two criticisms are that there does not seem to be enough room to have both a bar section and restaurant, and the price. Their cask beer is $10 a pint, which is absolutely outrageous when the beer they buy from other breweries is cheaper. The food is also pretty pricey where a single entry ranges in the $20-$30 range while the other ones never go below the $10 range. The place is also a bit cramped. You have a bar and restaurant but there is a divide between the two that gobbles up a lot of space; you have people crowded in the bar section with very little place to move.\n\nOverall, it's probably worth going to this place if you're a beer fan and want to try their cask ales or find a few things you won't normally find where you live if you're on vacation.
This rooftop bar was buzzing when we arrived Friday evening. It was absolutely packed but we were still able to get a table immediately because we had a reservation. \n\nThe cured meat plate was the highlight of the meal. The other appetizers and entrees were good, but not great. The wine selection is good but limited to a handful of bottles but the beer menu is amazing. We did not order dessert from the restaurant because their menu was underwhelming but we did order dessert in their ground level marketplace. Be sure to visit the marketplace--it is amazing. \n\nOverall, I loved experiencing this restaurant once but will likely not return.
Should have looked at the menu prior. Thought because it was in Eataly there would be a lot of Italian pasta choices. Was not the case.
I was looking for a place to take a group that would be fun and not stuffy. It was very festive and lively. Food portions were not overwhelming but appropriate, the food itself was amazing, great cured meats and flavors! Refreshing to eat something other than run-of-the-mill cuisine! Only disappointment was the presentation of the raclette, but I understand they can't have a burner with a cheese wheel at every table because of the space. Overall a good experience.
The Italian beer garden upstairs at Eataly is a very energetic place. Their menu is well done for a beer garden type atmosphere. The food is very tasty and the variety covers all. Meat -- Waygu beef, pork shoulder, salmon and and a daily pasta. All dishes well prepared.
I would definitely come back to this place! The food was delicious and the service was great. The waiter helped us choose a bottle of wine and even let us taste some before deciding. He also helped us decide on a meal and was very friendly. The portions weren't huge but the prices weren't bad for NYC and you can't beat the rooftop atmosphere! It's a great option for a date or dinner with friends.
we have been here several times now and we always have a great time, love that the menu changes to accommodate the season. don't be afraid to have your server suggest something from the menu . the servers and staff are great !
Great rooftop dining in NYC.
Ate there Sunday evening of Memorial Day. Great vibe and great weather. Our waiter really couldn't be bothered to talk about the menu. We had to work hard to understand what to order.\nWe ordered a bottle of red wine, but when the waiter poured it - it was hot - yes, actually hot. Like tea or coffee hot. I had to ask that it be sent back. Why are they serving wine that has been left in the sun? \nAdditionally, my husband's steak was burned on the outside and raw in the middle.\n\nJust a bad experience from beginning to end. They have work to do before they should be running a restaurant - especially in NYC
I love Eataly and was excited about eating at the rooftop restaurant. But I was somewhat disappointed. There is no view. The atmosphere seemed to be causal and a huge beer selection. But the menu was not extensive and expensive. I realize it's NYC. But the lunch entrees were $20-35. And no real option for sandwiches. I would go back for a beer at the bar.
Was impressed.\nDidn't know Eataly had a roof top restaurant. Glad I found out. The weather was perfect, the service great and of course the food was amazing.\nI image that after work and late nights busy and loud. I went at lunch so not so loud. Wouldn't recommend for a romantic night out. Perfect for causal friendly meet up.
Food quality average\nCheap decoration and ambiance \nBad service and expensive for the quality and quantity of the food.
very nice decor and settings - a little overpriced
Sabbia needs to do better on food. \nThe portion size was extremely small especially for the appetizer.\nThe entree wasn't that impressive either(in terms of taste).
Hostess couldn't find our reservation for 10 minutes. Then they forgot to come and get us to seat us so we waited another 20 at the bar. Waiter had zero knowledge of the menu and was hard to find throughout the evening. We eventually had to flag down a busser to pick up our credit cards. Food was not great. Only good thing was the branzino, but it was super tiny. All around a waste of time.
Very noisy, service a bit chaotic (they brought one pasta dish twice, even though we only ordered it once).
Friendly and attentive servers, great food, great atmosphere.
The food was incredible but my party felt it was over priced for what you get. It's a great place to try once but it felt like a tourist trap.
Great terrace, casual dining. Excellent fresh ingredients - if you like italian then this is for you. Great outdoor lunch place.
An awful experience. So HOT on the top floor in Manhattan. Open air, but the roof panels only go back so far and the fans are situated above the umbrellas so not even a breeze---serious lack of consideration here. Food lukewarm or cold although they were hot items. Over 45 minutes until we were greeted by the waitress---had to ask for drinks 2 times and then the bartender made the wrong drinks. 3 hours into the dining experience and we just received main courses. Food was appalling for a 'celebrity' chef. Very disappointing. I suppose if you were just going for drinks ( and you weren't in a hurry) it could be quite pleasant. But for a $350 lunch a total rip off! Mario Batali you should be ashamed.
The food was delicious, and the ambiance is wonderful, but the service was truly terrible.
Eataly is a mosty go place in New York, and after you have been, you definitely need to visit their upstairs restaurant. They have good food and the ambience is very nice.
Food was tasty, but the portions were way too small. Restaurant was very crowded and very noisy. Nice for outdoor atmosphere and drinks.
Lovely setting on warm night but a little chilly with all their fans blowing on a cool night.\nThe bar is fun but very loud. Trying to enjoy conversation with friends at a table next to the open bar area is a challenge. Overall we would go again but not a quiet romantic spot if that is your preference.
Hard to find. Service is rude, rushed, and they disappear once they take your order. Food is sub par. Tiny portions big prices no flavor. Food advertised on menu is not what we received. We ordered seafood fusilli which was a handful of under cooked pasta (between raw and al dente) with 1 shrimp cut up and a calamari ring. Oysters were fresh and delicious but that's about it. They didn't even provide salt for the oil with the bread basket and when asked for salt no one came back with any. Wouldn't go back, not even for a drink. Loud crowd. They stuff everyone in. It's a rooftop but literally no view no natural breeze. Just not anything special and nothing to go there for.
Poor service. \nFood average. \nExpensive \nRooftop not utilised properly
Great time, good fresh fish & wine was wonderful. Mid day was too hot.
The food is great (as expected for the price) but the heat was unbearable. I was looking for an out-door lunch spot on a beautiful sunny day in June - my mistake! I had previously been to La Birreria for drinks at night (which I enjoyed and still recommend) BUT I cannot recommend going here while the sun is high. The tables do not have parasols so you will be sitting directly under the sun... and the servers definitely don't care to help you. It was so hot, we were all sweating. Stick to the evenings / cloudy days / spring and autumn.
First time at Sabbia .. We enjoyed great pasta and several different sauces. The service was excellent and very responsive. The menu was diverse but not overwhelming. I am not a wine enthusiast however my son is and he was impressed with the selection as well as brewing on site. Anyone who enjoys proper dining in a comfortable casual rooftop venue will leave impressed. I will recommend and will return. \n\nGreat experience
We have had lunch and dinner there several times , always a great experience and the food is always great. Specials of the day for both food or drink always seem to be a hit as well. Just love the pop up theme for the winter and the food compliments it as well , we always start with a warm wine or brandy
We loved the ambiance and food. A highlight of the week. Waiter was just okay. Woman at reception was exceptionally rude. We were a large group of 14 and she was uncooperative. She was a major downer and didn't fit in with the culture.
Sabbia is the latest of La Birreria's 'pop up' restaurants and the food is as good as the past pop up's. Service is always great.
My wife and I learned of Eataly from the NY local TV show Brindiamo! TV , every time we are in NYC we come here at least once , if not more during our stay. The new theme of Baita from La Birreria is perfect for the winter (as we were actually dining here during the recent blizzard) , I have enjoyed some new craft beers from here and the food is great, we are always trying something different and everything is great. The staff are very friendly and attentive and service is quick. I have learned to eat foods out of what I normally would order and its just simply great food.
We were expecting a better view from this roof top eatery. That's the only disappointment. The food and service are excellent!
my wife and I have been coming here for over a year now and its always a great time , from the food to drink menu to the service
I found the food to be excellent, just wasn't expecting such small portions. Service was good\nfood came out incredibly fast, but we were so crowded in I couldn't relax.
Food was very good. Not much atmosphere. Maybe the highest noise level I have ever encountered. I had a headache before we saw the dessert menu. We were seated about 15 minutes after our reservation time of 7:45. You should know what to expect before you go. We are Philadelphians.
A fun spot with great food. You can skip the oysters...better selection at the Oyster Bar in GCT. Chocolate gelato a hit.
Great place to grab drinks and yummy food with friends! Best part is being transported to a place and forgetting that you are in NYC, even on a cloudy, rainy day, we all felt like summer had arrived! Food was delicious! The only part that was disappointing was our waiter. We went at a time when it wasn't crowded at all and it was a HUGE deal to keep the drink menu and when we asked for salt and pepper we were not allowed to keep it at the table so if you are looking to flavor your food, hope you are ok with your waiter deciding how much salt and pepper they think you should have. Otherwise, a great time!
La Birreria is awesome, we go all the time. Rooftop seating is beautiful, especially on the warm spring days we've been having. Servers are great and the meat and cheese selection is outstanding. We usually go in the middle of the week for linner as to avoid the many tourists that visit Eataly and hound the gelato stand.
Excellent wine list and great food. Would definitely go back
Had reservation for 9:30pm on a Friday night, hoping for good food and cocktails in fun atmosphere with open rooftop. Weather was overcast so they only had one section of roof opened (them tables under covered with umbrellas) which was a shame. As a result it was very loud and hot in the restaurant. The lighting also seemed quite bright for late evening. \n\nWait staff was friendly and food was good, though somewhat pricey for what you get. \n\nThink this place is better served for daytime visits - looks perfect for brunch but not so perfect for Friday night date / special occasion.
I love Eataly for the selection of Italian dishes. The food is always fresh and cooked perfectly. I love that they have dedicated their roof top restaurant from May-October to a pop up restaurant dedicated to Italian coastline foods. The octopus was prepared just right and the appetizers were delicious. I highly recommend trying Sabbia.
If you are looking for a proper Italian aperitivo La Sabbia is the place to be! Good wines and delicious food, vibrant atmosphere and great panoramic view. Prices are high, but you would not expect less for such a great location. Definitely recommended!
The food was amazing the service was awesome already made my next reservation can't wait
Eataly in New York City is one of my favorite places to go to eat and just walk around so I was really looking forward to eating at Sabbia at La Bierria. When we sat down at our table they had these misters on that I guess are suppose to cool you off on a hot day but instead they were blowing water all over us. It took quite a while for them to shut them off. The food in my opinion was marginal. We ordered the gnocchi which was just ok as was the fusilli allo scoglio. I was really expecting the food to be better
Very bad service, they gave us the worst table when the place was almost empty. We asked the hostess to move us as we were really uncomfortable with people cleaning the icecream car almost in top of us, but she refused. She was very rude. \nIts a rooftop in NYC, but seriously it has nothing to see, actually it doesn't look like a rooftop at all. Small dishes, very average food. I wouldn't recommend it.
Very good beer, good food, but scarce, especially the starter
For an open-air summer experience, La Sabbia is a great idea.. the rooftop has good food (maybe a little undercooked), and good drinks choices, alongside the bustling bar. Only negative was that we were roasting in the sunshine... make sure you dress lightly if it's a sunny day - the parasols don't provide shade everywhere on the roof..
I really hate giving negative reviews, but i can't help it in this case. When you are down over a hundred bucks for very very average food, no view (which is suggested) and poor service.. It's just a shame. The ambiance was decent though... If I could turn back time I would have just went to a food cart downstairs and sat in the sun.\n\nWon't be going back and not recommended. The standard in NYC is high, and they need to keep up.
The ambiance is so fun and they do a great job to really make you feel like you are in Europe Tons of bus boys around, servers not so much. The fan that sprays water started leaking on us and before we could ask for help, the manager (I think) was already there and fixing it/arranging to move us, which was very proactive. Food was AMAZING, but portions definitely on the small side. We had some sort of carafe of a cucumber mint drink... INCREDIBLE. Definitely a fun little experience to show my out of town friend.
The food at Sabbia is fine, but the prices are high. It's a fun atmosphere for drinks and the Aperol Spritz is great, but the food is just average.
Nice roof top restaurant but no view at all. The idea is great, attention to details, decor is funny and food is good BUT avoid on hot days the heat is unbearable
They did not have our table ready at our reservation time. We waited at least half an hour before being seated. That being said, I have been here several times and plan to keep going back because I like the vibe and outdoor feel and the food/wine.
I haven't been to NY in about 20 years. Prior to that, I use to be Toy Buyer and was in this building at least 2 times a year for several years. I always visited a showroom on the 14th Floor, Bradford Novelty..... Which is now SABBIA.... It was very nostalgic to be at this restaurant. The food was phenomenal .... I will be back before another 20 years and will dine here again....
We where here during our holiday on a Sunday for lunch. Yes, it is on a roof but you can't see anything from the neighborhood. It was very crowded and noisy. So you could not enjoy a relax lunch. The staff was nice but was running to help everyone.\n\nAs a starter we had 5 pieces of cheese. The where nice but very little pieces and some ham.\n\nThe main course my wife had pasta. This was a pasta with only a lot of pesto and olive oil. Nothing special.\n\nI had the specialty of the day, a crab. Well, a tiny little crab with almost no fish on it and a sauce which was way too sour. \n\nIt was so dissapointing that we skipped the desert.\n\nThe only positive thing was the wine which was delicous.\n\nThe next time when we are in NY, we will definitly pass this restaurant. Now we paid usd 160,- for a lunch and left with a hungry feeling.
It was hot and very noisy. The food was not exceptional but pricey and very, very small portions. I was disappointed with my choice for lunch. I would not go back.
My date and I felt really nauseous once we had been seated for 10 or so minutes. We ended up just ordering a few apps and a specialty drink. \n\nWe think it might have been the air quality since the cover was up and there weren't any fans blowing in our section. It was certainly a bizarre instance since we both felt this way. This definitely ruined our experience, but everything else was nice. \n\nMight have to try the bar on a clear night to give the whole thing one more try.
Our waiter was very attentive. The food was pricey, small servings, but delicious!
We go to this restaurant every time we are in NY. The food is excellent and fresh and the atmosphere is very vibrant with youth.
We had a party of 5 and ordered family style. There was nothing that was outstanding. The seafood pasta was terrible, I think we could have had better from Olive Garden (it was that bad). The waitress was not the best. We ordered sparkling water and since we had a large group, we always order the large bottle. She said they only have small bottles, which is fine. While we were waiting for our food, we noticed several other tables with large bottles. I point it out to her and she didn't know what to say. I also pointed out the cost of two smalls vs one large and there's a price savings on the larger bottle per ounce--even though she said they are the same. I think the lower level restaurants at Eataly are much better. Best to avoid Sabbia's food and maybe just go for drinks.
THE FOOD WAS HORRIBLE & TERRIBLY OVER PRICED. OUR WAITRESS WAS RUDE AND JUST CHARGED US FOR REFILLS OF DRINKS WE DID NOT ASK FOR AND GOT DEFENSIVE WHEN WE REMINDED HER WE DIDN'T ORDER THE DRINKS. THE FOOD WAS AWFUL AWFUL AWFUL COMPARED TO ITS PRICE. WE WALKED TO SHAKE SHACK ACROSS THE STREET TO GET SOME GOOD FOOD INSTEAD. WASTE OF TIME/
food was very tasty though I thought the portions were small and a little pricey
Relatively broad menu for non-seafood eaters. Good for any size crowd, not great for intimate date though (as it is packed and has close seating). LOVED the new ambiance. Reservations necessary.
The perfect place for a brief escape from the noisy and rapid paced city. The cheese selections were absolutely wonderful, especially the Gorgonzola. I highly recommend to the week day lunch goer, and even to those with children, as the open-air atmosphere is casual and inviting.
Food was fine, nothing special. Service was mediocre. Place is dirty. And no one downstairs in Eataly can tell you where this place is or how to get up there (elevator). The address is 200 Fifth Avenue but it's actually on Broadway. When you find it, if you enter #200, that is a high rise building and the restaurant is not in that building. You have to enter through Eataly and make your way through the mob scene to an obscure elevator in the rear corner. I asked 3 employees where it was and how to get up there and no one knew. There is signage but it is sparse and not obvious except for one large sign on a back wall. But there is so much sensory overload it is actually easy not to see the huge sign on the back wall. Anyway, there is a surly girl sitting behind a desk near the elevator who reluctantly waves in the general direction of this crappy elevator. When you exit the elevator, there is no one to direct you. You climb another flight of stairs to the restaurant. Food is average at best and very expensive for what it is. When I called the day before for a res, they play a game I despise which is: 'we are completely booked but we can take you at 11:30am.' When we arrived, the place was empty. When we left after 1pm, the place was half full at most. I wouldn't be bothered to go back.
Tight seating, ear piercing noise level, food that is so plain and bland that it's pathetic (I'm not even mentioning the $$$). Do yourself a favor an stay clear of this rip off .
So bright pretty and cheery.....and the food was good too!;)the salad with the tuna and capers was delicious and huge...and nibbling on the proscuitto and all the delicious cheeses rounded out the whole meal.cappucinos were divine.enjoy this gorgeous hideaway high atop EATALY.
This is a good place for lively noisy snack and a few drinks. Food looks good, but doesn't live up to expectations (chef plus price)
It is a great spot but super busy in the evenings. They need more staff to compensate for that. Both at the bar and at the tables. It took ages to get a drink when we sat down. Food is good, location is great. Maybe go at at less busy time? The host staff at the door were very nice.
The quality of the entrees was moderate for the price but I would go back and just get small plates as those were really good. It seemed like most ppl around us were there for cocktails and appetizers which was probably smart. The ambiance is fun so I would definitely go back.
You would expect with two people dining, both appetizers could come out at the same time. I was finished with my prociutto, and another 10 minutes later my wife's oysters finally arrive. The waiter's excuse ? 'They come from a different place (station)'. Get it together folks. Otherwise, the food is great, best and freshest swordfish I have had maybe ever, and my wife's gnocchi were tender little morsels of goodness.
I ordered the tuna salad and they forgot half the ingredients (hard boiled egg and grilled zucchini). When it arrived at the table I thought it looked a bit bare but it wasn't until I got home and checked the menu that I realized they totally messed up. $24 for a not so great salad. Totally should have just stayed downstairs at Eataly.
Everything about Sabbia is great and the vibe is fantastic!
i have shopped at eatly for my provisions for the past five years but this was my first , and most likely last visit to one of their restaurants.\n\nthe appetizer portion sizes were extremely sparse, to the degree that they generated conversation amongst the diners at the table and i would say it was an embarrassment to the establishment. they were tasteful but way undersized for the price. for example..5 $, US, for a single slice of green zucchini with a house marinade...8 $ US for six slices of cappy..etc etc...just ridiculous and the poor service made the experience difficult to bear\n\nthe main course was tasteful but again way way overpriced...28$ ,US , for a very very small portion of grilled octopus and a handful of cannelloni beans.\n\ndinner was accompanied by a reasonable priced bottle of sicilian white wine at 42$ US.\n\nthe lack of service was abysmal to the point of being comical\n\nSo ..i would never recommend this establishment at all to anyone looking for a night out for a quality dinner
Staff fabulous, wine selection the most reasonable in the city. Shrimp, gnocchi big hits with all. Good cheese selection.
Fun place to take your family if they are visiting!
AS IF THE MAIN FLOOR ISN'T ENOUGH TO MAKE A 'DATE' NIGHT ENTERTAINING..........WONDERING UP TO THE ROOF TOP BAR/RESTAURANT TURNS A 'DATE' NIGHT INTO OTHER POSSIBILITIES (WINK WINK)...........DO YOURSELF A FAVOR THIS SUMMER.......WHETHER ON YOUR OWN OR WITH A GROUP......MOSEY ON UP TO THIS ROOF TOP SOCIAL DELIGHT......YOU WON'T BE DISSAPPOINTED!
Had the cheese tray, which was just 3 small bite size pieces of cheese on a large plate. No fruit or crackers, bread or jelly. Just cheese...on a plate. Waited a long time for waiter to get to us. The veal was terrible, over fried with what looked like canned soup on top that was rubbery at best. Couldn't even eat it. Also tried the pork which was presented well, but very fatty. Left half of it on my plate.\n\nOverall very disappointing, not worth the money in an area with a lot of much better places to eat. The rooftop experience was not worth the poor service and terrible food.
Upstairs from busy Eataly, this restaurant is amazing! It was very busy, so always make a reservation. We loved the staff, even the table bussers who were of such great help in choosing cheeses to try. Their rich, decadent beers, meats, cheeses, & other food dishes were out of this world. There is a softened, melted cheese appetizer that nobody should miss while dining there. The ambiance is outstanding. It is a rooftop set up like a greenhouse so it does get warm during the day - wear layers even if it's cold out. We loved our experience at Baita. Bring your appetite! We got through appetizers and were too full to have meals for lunch!
This rooftop bar/restaurant is really nice and would definitely recommend going with a group of friends - just make sure you book ahead. The food is very tasty and well presented. When I was here I was with my parents and they kept complaining that it was too noisy but I think it would be perfect with friends for a boozy brunch. This is the type of place to come and really enjoy the whole evening - even though the restaurant was packed out we never felt rushed or poorly attended to.
A must for everyone!!! Love it! I can't wait to go back!!
My experience here was top notch. The food and drink selection was outstanding, the waitress we had was attentive and knowledgeable, and the scenery was amazing on a beautiful 70 degree spring day in NYC. Great for a business lunch or an early happy hour.
A must in NY City... Italien food at it's best ! A great roof top location.
The kale appetizer was really tasty, as was the veal entree. Best part of the meal was dessert--the monte bianco was to die for. I took my girlfriend here after dragging her through the book fair at the armory all afternoon and it was the perfect end to our day. We spent a little bit of time trying to find the entrance to the place, and the elevators were a bit cramped (one wasn't working). otherwise it was a great evening!
Went to Baita for a business meeting. Atmosphere was great, not too stuffy, not too casual, and we were not rushed at all. Menu was pretty intense with different flavors and food, not your usual dining experience. Definitely a pricey meal but the food was delicious.
We were early for our reservation but the downstairs host checked us in and asked if we were ready to eat now...perfect. By the time we reached the roof, the hostess there seemed surprised to see us and not exactly pleasant. We got the unpleasant part of the evening out of the way early. The rest of the experience was pretty solid. Unique food selections that were nicely plated and flavorful..raclette with pickled vegetables, fried mushrooms, pork shoulder with apricot glaze was very good. Desserts were solid but not mind-blowing. Service was attentive but not overwhelming. View of the city and vibe of the overall place made for a fun night.
Everything from the drinks to the dessert was on point. Very romantic setting.
I felt that the quantity was smaller than other restaurants with the same price point. We ordered a pasta and 2 appetizers. Very small portions, but they tasted well.
I had been to La Birreria once before, but only to sit by the bar with friends and experience new beers. It was a good experience. We didn't have food then. This past Friday, we experienced some decent weather for the first time in a while here in NY, so I thought the girl and I were due for a rooftop/outdoor dining experience. Baita/Birreria sounded like the perfect venue. \n\nHaving lived in Vicenza, Veneto for 4 years, I was excited to get some Northern Italian cuisine, as Baita is billed (Yes- I get that Veneto isn't 'Northern Italy' but traveled, hiked, skied, et cetera extensively in the region). That's probably where I went wrong- my expextations too were high (Secret to happiness: low expextations). How could I possibly expect Baita to deliver? I shouldn't have set my expectations so high, yes, however, I didn't expect food worthy of a rest station on the side of the Autostrada - which, btw, for the price, is actually very good. However, the food at Baita - not so much. Calling it autostrada-rest station food would be giving it a compliment. What I had is what can be described as American high school cafeteria veal cordon bleu, and my girlfriend had a weak gnocchi dish with piss poor pomodoro sauce. I don't mean to be so scathing, it's just that I expexted better. I don't think I am exaggerating; I welcome feedback/criticism of this review. \n\nAll that said, however, their cheese plate was quite good. Their lavender honey (or was it hazelnut? I forget...) is pretty on point. Their beer selections is excellent - one of only a few places that I know of in the city which offer Baladin.\n\nAlso must be said- the service was great- although, it must be noted, that we were seated late, the restaurant did not mark that we arrivedfor the reservation, so OpenTable assumed we were no-shows. No bene.\n\nDon't go expecting a great experience. However, if you want a decent view whilst having a few beers, La Birreria is decent - though the crowd is stuffy and a bit bro-y.
So this was the second time I've been to La Birreria and the food is just as good, however, I don't seem to remember it being as loud. The ambiance is awesome but if you are looking for a quiet date spot, this might not be your first choice. The food and service was good as always. The waiter was very helpful regarding the wine. Overall a great experience!
An amazing roof top bar in the centre of manhatten.
$200 = no water refill, no drinks in glasses when main arrives, no silver when main arrives, come and go server, place closing around us like we should leave, but no check yet, guy from kitchen using stall without washing hands, beer served in shakers, over-salted steak, check out in front of man even though it's wife's card, and wobbly tables that the hostess slammed together, watched wobble and presented to us like all is good. Guess the A team had the holiday off.
Great set up. Great food. A little pricey but was expected
The server we had was very disinterested and not attentive at all. He never asked to replenish our cocktails, or ask how our food was. Additionally, some of food that we ordered did not come out.
Food was not great just average and over priced. \nFor $29 I got a fried veal that was just basic with melted cheese and cubed ham spread over t and a bunch of spinach leaves on the side. \nBut our waiter was great and so helpful with selecting drinks for the night and the rooftop was a nice place. \nWe could barely see the building because it was so dark out. \nI would recommend just coming here for some quick drinks and then heading downstairs to Eataly for some of the great food they have downstairs. \nThis place is most likely a hit with tourists.
This restaurant was recommended by a friend of mine and I was very much looking forward to the experience. It was disappointing. The food was mediocre and the beer made on premises was off-balance. To top it off, they charged me premium dollars for a pint and served the beer in a smaller glass. This is the perfect metaphor for what is an all too common experience in New York City. Overcharging and under delivering. And no apologies. Because you can take it or leave it. That's the New York attitude. I'll leave it, thank you.
So loud that you have to yell to have conversation. The staff tries hard, but they're not trained so service is lacking being slow and unprofessional. The menu is pretentious and close to unintelligible. Needed to get the menu interpreted by the waiter, and due to noise he had to yell. The food portions were unusually small, wonderful but small. I had to go for a meal after the meal.
My visit from out of town lined up with the last few weeks Baita is expected to be 'popped up.' As a huge fan of all things Italian, living in a place where there is no such thing as an Italian Alps themed restaurant, we had to give this place a try. Alpine decor was super fun. The room is loud, but not unbearably so. Staff were friendly and knew how to pronounce everything on the menu (yes, I am picky about this), although service was quite slow the night we were there. We tried Raclette (must have!!), Salmerino, Cotechino con lenticchie, Casarecce ai funghi, all of which were delicious. Everyone liked their drinks (Bloody Margarita, Flip Ale, and Vin Brule'). Closed the evening with some heady Grappa di Moscato, which you can't get where we live either. All in all, I'm very glad we got a chance to have dinner at Baita.
Baita is a rooftop 4 season bar/restaurant inside Eataly. It has a rustic/European lodge ambiance with hearty food and drink. The glass roof retracts so you can enjoy more of the true outdoor feeling in the warmer months while having the ouside feel in the colder months. Drinks and food very solid.
I had an amazing time. My boyfriend and I spent a couple of days in NYC and this was by far the highlight of my trip. Our waitress was super friendly and even helped provide us with good bars to go to afterwards. I loved the beer selection and your wine. Food was amazing! Overall, wonderful experience that I would highly recommend to anyone going to NYC.
An adventure on the roof top with views of New York City with a taste of Alpine food. An exciting scene with delicious comfort food.
Great to be out on the rooftop feeling the sunshine even though the temperature was still cool for Spring when we visited. I love this greenhouse style glass enclosed space and they had one of the glass roof panels open, which provided just enough fresh air to feel like Spring. The food was great, but mostly winter themed so it could be a little heavy although portions are more on the small side so it balances out. We especially loved the selection of ciders. I hope a summer menu is on the way for the new season.
This is only here thru March then goes back to La Bierra. It is enclosed rooftop, great for and drinks, small bites, snacks, entrees
We went upon a recommendation and we were not disappointed. The service was beyond expectations, lively atmosphere, great food. Our waiter was very informative and helpful without being overbearing. Food came out quickly but we had time between courses without feeling rushed. Throughly enjoyed our pasta dish. Bread was awesome. Cheese course was wonderful. As we were only in town for a few days we were very glad we made it here!
The ambiance was great, as it is an enclosed rooftop with twinkle lights and a super cozy comfy winter lodge feel. That was the best I could say about this 'restaurant'. The food and drink menu seemed interesting but certainly disappointed with high prices and small portions. In addition, the wait staff couldn't be bothered with doing their job and we had to hunt them down to place our orders. Even when we were ready to leave and asked to have the table cleared, we waited for our server to give us the bill, when we glanced over at the next table, he was eating and socializing. We seriously could have walked out on the bill, which of course we did not. And when we had another waitstaff ask him for the bill, he dropped it on our table and left. Just so rude and disappointing but you can't expect much from a pop up I guess. Unfortunately we won't be returning to Eataly either.
We dined at Baita last week. All in all, it was a fair experience. The service was pleasant but rushed and inattentive. For example, we had no sooner placed our order than it arrived (but no bread had been placed on our table yet). The waitperson was pleasant but seemed too busy to be very attentive. And it was cold! When we arrived the glass roof was open at the center. Someone did close it more after we`d been there about 20 minutes. The person I was dining with and I had to change seats because I was too cold. The food was good. We had the Pork Shank in apricot sauce and it was very tasty. And shared a dessert which was also good.
Always a good meal and solid service. So many beers to choose from. Bring sun glasses on sunny days!
Even though we arrived late , the staff could not have been more friendly . Young hip crowd make for relaxed vin. The food was the star beautifully cooked starters and main . Top tip arrive earlier than we did and wander around the food market downstairs fantastic views of the flatiron .
My boyfriend and I haven't been on a really nice dinner out in a while...holy crap did this place exceed our expectations! We ordered one of everything!\nThe setting is beautiful, almost like a winter rooftop garden. It has a skiing/Alps theme, very well done.\nok let's get to the food:\nCheeses- get all of them\nMeats- get all of them\nCHARCUTERIE LOVERS DREAM, and very good deal price-wise\nOf course we ran up quite a bill between the two of us...it was not a cheap night out, but for what we were ordering, yeah it actually was!\nAnd they have such good sizes for wine, you won't be under-satisfied. They have like a small, medium, large kind of set up, so you don't order a small glass of wine and then need 4 more.\nOh my gosh you should've seen the look on my boyfriend's face, like a kid in a candy store when he saw all that cheese and meat. (we are the kind of people who...eat everything)\nFinally...YOU MUST GET THE SCIATT!!!!!! IT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE!!! WE ORDERED 2 OF THEM!!!!! (pronounced 'shot') It is beer battered fried cheese. Little bite sized pieces. It is to DIE FOR.\nHope this was helpful, unfortunately I think this restaurant closes in March...which is tomorrow... :(
The food was very good, but small portions for the price. The acoustics were so bad that it was difficult to have a conversation. I had to ask the waiter several times to repeat himself because I couldn't hear over the noise. They were very nice, though.
appalling service and overpriced for small bland portions.
Everything was great! Felt like I was in the italian alps except everyone spoke English.
Eataly is a wonderful experience - so many beautiful things to taste, feel and smell. This restaurant then comes as a huge disappointment. Loud - mess hall loud. Drinks expensive and measures tiny. We had a cheese plate, 5 pieces all little bigger than a dice. It's trendy. See and be seen but not a place that should be on any family's agenda - even with a 12 year old foodie in tow. Overrated.
my only issue was the size of the plates . Very little food . Evrything else was great
From the descriptions I was excited for a cozy ski lodge experience, but instead it was wide-open restaurant. It was loud, so it was not as intimate as I anticipated for the Valentine's date with my boyfriend. The food was ok, but very small portions for the money, and there was a shortage of bread, so it felt like asking for some was making the waitress go out of her way. We both had different sausage dishes that cost almost $30. Mine had a good-sized portion of polenta on the side with two medium sausages and a small amount of sauerkraut. His was a pork sausage that seemed to have been split and grilled with a small portion of lentils. All the dishes we asked about the waitress told us were small. For the money I was not happy. The drink menu was great though. The two beers we had were delicious -- peppermint porter and a dark Belgian Italian beer.
First, this has an unbelievable atmosphere. We visited at lunch time on a Saturday in February. We had great weather, but the rooftop setup is just amazing. Worth visiting for that, if nothing else. \n\nWhile waiting for the rest of the our party to arrive, we ordered a drink at the bar. The service was good, bartenders were very friendly. \n\nAfter moving to our table, our service was very slow and mostly inattentive. However, once we ordered, our food arrived in reasonable time and was very delicious.
I was excited to check out the restaurant, but was disappointed. The food was average (my chicken dish, which was recommended by the waiter, was under seasoned and oily, music was loud, and the crowd was very touristic.
I really liked the atmosphere of this restaurant. I was really looking forward to this dinner. It fell short of my expectations. I had the sausage with sauerkraut and polenta. The polenta was excellent, but the rest of the dish was so-so. The waiter seemed a lot more attentive to other patrons, maybe because they ordered more drinks or looked like locals.\r\nProbably would not go there again.
It was way to expensive and there was nothing on the plate!! Really disappointed!!
My husband and I are pleased with the food, service and decor. However, it was so noisy that we could hardly speak to each other and had difficulty talking with the server.
I went here for my birthday with a group of friends. It was wintertime but they had tall space heaters put out for us so it was warm. The ambiance was really good. The food amazing. I would definitely recommend going at night because then you get the full effect of the lighting. Overall, it was a really enjoyable experience. I will definitely return!
Good food at reasonable prices, despite the very small portion size. The atmosphere was great though and I would definitely recommend this place for somewhat of a different night out (with appetizers and a crepe downstairs in the main Eataly complex!!).
Unfortunately I went to Baita with great expectations, since it is inside Eataly and therefore associated with quality and personality. However, they have 2 or 3 raclette machines and the cheese arrives at the table already melted. In the Alps it is customary to bring one machine per table and for people to make their own raclettes... That was what I was expecting, since the restaurant calls itself Baita. A little ball of gooey cheese in a petit Le Creuset-inspired pan is such a weird serving. Very disappointing.
Very nice place to go with friends and have a pleasant time enjoying the company among good food and drink. I went during the restaurant week and had the dinner menu. It was good, not outstanding, but as I said I didn't eat the regular menu. The view, the ambiance and drink worth going there. I enjoyed the food, was quite good, and I definitely recommend the restaurant and the experience.
Had an amazing time at Baita! The restaurant has a comfortable and relaxing ambience, and I truly felt transported to an Italian ski lodge. Great atmosphere and environment. Would definitely recommend and plan to go back!
Love Eately, had high hopes. Food was mediocre at best. Probably some of the least enjoyable food I have had in new york regardless of price. Had a great bottle of wine, but half of the wine list was out of stock. Tried one of their beers they brew there, it was overly sweet and complicated. The space is fun, but you will have a much better meal virtually anywhere else.
The food was AMAZING! And all of the different types of beers is the main reason why I brought my boyfriend to this restaurant.
Had an amazing time. I don't get to NYC often, but I always try to eat here when I do. I'm still dreaming about that polenta and wishing for another spoonful.
Don't waste your money on Restaurant Week here. The portions are small and the food isn't very good...and the up charge for the wine pairing is a little pointless. I'd definitely recommend going with a nice appetizer or a cheese plate and grabbing some wine. We definitely felt like that would have been the better choice!
We had a terrific lunch for 8 at this inventive space atop Eataly, the foodie shopping haven. Service was attentive and everyone had a great meal. I'd lured everyone there with the photo from the restaurant's web site, which shows the restaurant very dramatically and romantically lit with strings of glowing lights and warm tones. For lunch in full daylight, however, the effect is much different-- more industrial and plain than ski hut chic. Nonetheless, I heard not a peep from my guests who still found the rustic touches (fur covered columns and tree branches overhead) and naturally lighted open space delightful. Me? I'd go back again for sure, but I'd like to enjoy my dinner amid the heightened ambiance of strings of softly glowing lights around me.
Unfortunately Baita falls victim to the same fate as many 'celebrity' chef affiliated restaurants. The 'Pop-Up' restaurant is little more than a tourist site and the food falls short in taste, look and service. \n\nThe space is bright, airy and quite pleasant on a sunny day, but go for one of the many beers and ciders and be on your way.
The decorations at this winter pop-up are to the die for but the food is just okay (at least for the price). The chicken was delicious but everything else was just okay. I'd say come for a drink and enjoy the ambiance but go to dinner somewhere else.
Loved the experience. Great food and knowledgeable and charming waiter
Absolutely wonderful! Huge blizzard, everyone braved the storm. Made for an amazing atmosphere.
I expected more from this restaurant. We went there for lunch. The dining room was about three quarters empty, but we were placed at a table where the sun was glaring in my eyes and asked to be moved. We were then seated at probably the worst table by the kitchen door. Our server was not interested in us at all and my fish was very salty. Not a great experience.
This space really can't be beat. In the dead of winter it is lovely to be able to dine on a rooftop enclave in the Flatiron. The Italian apres ski decor is really fun and festive. The bar is also very lively and has an impressive selection of beers (averaging about $10 each). I came for lunch during restaurant week, though, and was quite disappointed with me experience. It was one of the coldest days of the year and they sat me by the OPEN window with no heat lamp. My first course arrive boiling hot but my second course arrived stone cold. When I ordered a cocktail they said they were all out. When I ordered a beer instead they came back to say they were all out of that too. When my third choice drink arrived, a Mulled Wine - it was stone cold and served filled up about 1/2 way in a tiny glass. When you order a HOT cocktail you expect it to actually be hot! The service was extremely slow despite them not being very busy, kept me waiting for each course and the bill. The waitress was pretty unapologetic about having to give me my third choice beverage, which is often something other restaurants would offer to take off the bill. This place is great for drinks and an appetizer (my app, the polenta arrived hot and the raclette looked good) but I definitely wouldn't recommend it for a proper meal.
We were 45 minutes late (!) so the restaurant had released our table. When we arrived, the host called upstairs and they told him that we could have the first available table, which came open fairly quickly. Food was great (we had a the sciatt and the pickled vegetable racket and a bottle of wine) and service was great too. I'd certainly go back!
Went for appetizers and dessert. Highly recommend choosing the 5 cheese plate for $17. Food service and overall ambiance was great
Being a family party of ten in New York for New Year we wanted somewhere special for lunch on New Years Day. We searched the internet and came across Baita. Booking a table on Open Table was very easy and we requested a round table at 12 midday and that is exactly what we got. The pop up restaurant was 'alpine' themed and great fun and situated on the roof top above Eataly an italian deli/specialty market with view of the Flatiron building. Was a great fun experience for my 12 year old niece and 16 year old nephew. Would definitely recommend.
The interesting thing about this place is its being perched atop the building above Eataly; and as I understand it, the ingredients for their meals come from the Eataly market below. So if you liked what you ate, odds are you'll find the components as you leave through the market. Our waitress was excellent and our food was served very quickly! The food was good and the portion sizes adequate to slightly small. The entrees were interesting northern Italian fare. The tiramisu was excellent...atypical of other versions I've had. The wine list was more extensive than I expected from a casual restaurant...and I presume I would have found the same wine below in the market had I taken the time to look and buy. With all the other fantastic Italian restaurants in town, I'm not sure I'd come back; but I'd definitely recommend it if you're going to be in the neighborhood. They are not open year-round, and they appear to fill up their tables when they are; so get a reservation!
We find the service not good. The waiter was not helpfull. There was a lot of employees should have been working instead of talking to each other.
The atmosphere is warm and inviting, the blanket on the hair is a nice touch. The views of the Flatiron district are magical! Food was excellent! Everything was served timely and hot. After starting out friendly and prompt, our server seem to disappear, not available throughout the meal. Try the fried cheese--to die for!
Baita is pretty and cute and nicely decorated, however the prices are a little crazy, and the food was just okay. I feel like the food downstairs was almost better.
I have been here before several times in the summer. We went here again Jan 2nd 2015 with a group of people and ordered the cheese plate (which said it came with honey) when we got the cheese sampler it was so small and there was no honey. Had to ask the person several times and it never came. The table next to us got the same exact thing (and there were only 2 of them) and their cheese hunks were almost double the size of ours (and we were 4 people). I leaned over to ask what they got and it was the same. For spending over $100 on food that was so incredibly small and someone else to get the same thing only a much larger size is very upsetting. I most likely will not be going back and not have good things to say about it when people ask me how it was. Total rip off this time around!! The pasta was a joke...the drink were good but lets be real. You cant mess up pours on beer and glasses of wine.
My friend and I had come for an early drink and charcuterie plate. We ordered bresaola and a selection of 3 cheeses. We received a plate of bresaola and 1 cube of the hard cheese, and maybe a tablespoon of the soft goat cheese. If that's all that was included in the price, the waiter should have let us know, or suggested a suitable substitution. (Apart from this shortcoming, our waiter was otherwise attentive.) We ended up having to order 2 of everything, bringing the bill (including one cocktail per person) to $100. The centerpiece of their menu is raclette with a choice of 3 accompaniments. We chose the 'pickled vegetables' accompaniment, which turned out to be raw potatoes. It's a nice enough room, flooded with natural light and decorated to look like a ski lodge in the Italian Alps. The website describes a view of the Flatiron Building, but you can't see it from this room.
My boyfriend and I loved the cheese plate at La Birreria, so we decided to stop in Baita this winter and try some more small places. The cheese plate with hazelnut/Frangelico honey is delicious. We had the robiola, taleggio, and gorgonzola dolce and they were all great, especially the robiola. We got speck to eat with it, and it was by far my favorite cheese-plate-meat. The seemingly beer-battered funghi fritti with garlic aioli was flavorful - the aioli very garlicy, but good. The mulled wine was yummy. Everything we saw and smelled looked great - we didn't have main courses, but everyone's food looked delicious!
I ordered the 3 raclette for $30 as the waitress said it would be enough for me to share with my 2 other friends. Not only the portion did not feed 1 person but that could not be called raclette EVER! I did not want to make a big deal because I did not want to spoil my friends trip ( they were here visiting from another country). We had to order 2 other dishes ... Very disappointing .. Service is very poor too.. My friend's beer took FOREVER to be served..
After a long morning of exploring and shopping this was a great place for lunch. The service was excellent and the food was great.
The cheese board is great. Fun atmosphere and food.
The atmosphere was very laid back. I never felt rushed but there was always someone near enough to deliver a pampered feeling. The noise level was initially a concern but in no way inhibited my intimate dining experience. The food was wonderful and very satisfying.
My family and I's outing to Batia was a wonderful experience, one that matched my expectations following a review on Timeout Magazine.\n\nThe restaurant was bright and nicely decorated, becoming more of a glowing environment once it got later in the evening.\n\nThe food was delicious and everyone had a very nice time!
Baita has a great ambiance and is super cute for the winter. If going, I would recommend just going for drinks and appetizers (wine. cheese, salami, etc.) The entrees were just OK. Good products since they are using Eatly's but the food was just average. You're really paying for the ambiance.
We didn't stay to eat in this restaurant. We wanted Pizza and it is not included in the menu we could not find anything else
Enjoyed the food - enjoyed the pickled vegetables. The restaurant didn't have bread which was a bit of bummer, but the waitress was helpful and apologetic. Eventually they did run downstairs and grab some from the bakery, that was appreciated.
Gnocchi was like little fluffy clouds, excellent and highly recommended.
Really good food and a great atmosphere!
Beer cheese bites
I was pleasantly surprised with the ambiance of the place. Although it seemed like a lot the noise was not a factor. Food was great, beer and wine was great as well. Our waiter was most helpful. Hopefully return before it closes for the season.
The meal started well, was seated promptly, drinks came and the waitress was kind. We ordered appetizers (which were really good and well-seasoned) and the waitress came to take our order. We waited and waited and waited. When we inquired on the status of our meals (we had a show to attend), she acknowledged that she forgot to put in the order! (she was very apologetic)\n\nWe had to leave for the show without eating our meals because we didn't have time. She called over the manager who would 'take care of it.' The manager, who appeared to be maybe 12 years old said he would take care of it and took $10 off the bill. WHAT!?! All that for $10? We didn't argue, just paid and left.\n\nWe should have listened to the reviewers on Yelp and Open Table. They just struggle.
Excited to try this pop up restaurant but was a very bad experience. Wait staff did not care and the food was average which did not make up for staff. Would not recommend. Stay away.
Over from London for the holidays, dined here Christmas Eve on a last minute walk in.Fantasic food very flavoursome would highly recommend....wow!
I love the ambiance where it didn't feel like we were in NYC. The windows were open and there were flannel blankets on the chairs to use. The food was very good, we came for the raclette which was excellent. The gnocchi dish was superb, fried cheese dish was over the top. A couple of things didn't work out too well: our fried mushroom dish was very salty. The first cocktail my girlfriend got wasn't mixed correctly. If you order a single raclette, the cheese was melted and put directly on the plate with fixings, which the cheese would congeal up immediately. Only if you order 3 you'll get a little crock pot to keep cheese warm and melty .
Food is great , but the service felt really bad. Just come here for the food but don't expect to be treated personally or even decently for that matter.
I didn't expect to like this food as much as I did. Alpine cuisine is not one that comes to mind when I think of Epicurian delights, but boy, this food was very good and perfect for a fun date night. The beer battered fried cheese was delicious. The main courses were also good. We enjoyed the ambiance, as well.
very slow to take order, then gave one dish to wrong table - very pushy to have us leave even though not crowded. need to have more staff.
I came here on a Friday night following a few less-than stellar reviews I read from opening week. We decided to give it a chance regardless since the photos looked so holiday-esque and festive. \n\nBeyond the ambiance and drinks, everything else was very disappointing. The food was not of the quality we were expecting. For example, I had the veal entree which our server likened to a schnitzel. This was a large portion of rather tasteless veal on a plate next to arugula. Conversely, my boyfriend ordered the dumplings which were very light and served in a very small portion...unfortunately the taste did not make up for either aspect. Across the board, I would describe everything as bland, other than the mulled wine which I did enjoy.\n\nI would recommend going here for a drink at the bar, but definitely wouldn't recommend ordering even appetizers, as those too were underwhelming for the price.
I went with a group of 7 on a late Sunday afternoon - the place is decorated perfectly for some winter cheer with trees, rugs, and blankets on the chairs. The food portions were small, but it was balanced out by the great wine and excellent service. Great mix of vibes - energetic and loud, but also cozy
Ambiance was perfect for Christmas in New York! Food was delicious.
Our server was great. Food was hit or miss. All three hosts were completely clueless. We were sat 20-25 minutes late (around 10:10 pm), but only after they forgot about us, couldn't find our reservation, and thought we were a table of five (there were two of us). Food was pretty lame too. What a disappointment. Sadly, I recommended this to friends who went the night before us. They were served cold raclette and were generally annoyed as well. I understand it's a busy restaurant in NYC, but I would never have expected this from a Batali/Bastianich restaurant.
You should have reservations otherwise the wait could be hours if any entry at all. We were \nseated promptly, given good recommendations, and served promptly by pleasant staff. Food was nice and hot and only one menu item wasn't available. We loved the boisterous atmosphere and decoration. Definitely a fun experience- and of course Eataly as a whole.
We had an 11:30 reservation and arrived right on time. Long line waiting with receptionist to go upstairs (50 or more people). When we said we had a reservation, she was rude and said that people had been waiting in line for a while. I asked then why did they take reservations when many people in line ahead of us did NOT have reservations. She just kept insisting that the line was the line. And I kept insisting that I didn't think we should have to wait in line when we did have reservations and were on time. She finally let us go upstairs and our reservations were honored with no problem. Service and food were very good upstairs, but the their initial process leaves much to be desired.
Came here with friends before going to the theatre. So much fun at Christmas, I only wish that it would have been snowing. Great chalet atmosphere. My only regret is that the raclette was a bowl of melted cheese. I wanted the same experience I had in Switzerland in that they bring a raclette to the table. It's a machine with a hot blade that melts the top of a large wheel of cheese onto hot potatoes.
I love Eataly and have visited many times. We ordered several appetizers, the Raclette, Funghi Fritti, prosciutto, Insalata Funghi, Uovo Speck patata. Overall the taste was ok, a bit bland, nothing special. And all of them were cold except the fritti. As a main dish 2 of us chose the fried Veal, 1x pork Shoulder and 1x the cod + 3 sides. The veal was a BIG disappointment. It's a 'Schnitzel', I had to search to find some Veal and that for $29! I could only taste the breading. The pork shoulder was good. The cod was very blend. Overall I love the location but the food was a big disappointment! Just go to have some snacks and some drinks.
Limited options short staffed so lack of good service. Soup cold.
The food, wine & beer menu has changed and it is a positive one. Go and enjoy the much larger wine list that includes some high altitude wines from northern Italy with the raclette. Allow a little extra time for the wait staff, the larger menu accompanied by the holiday crowds which seems to have put a few extra minutes in all interactions. All in all a good experience.
... I've been twice now and on both occasions I was quite disappointed. Mainly with the service or lack of it. The first time I went was for lunch and there were not many people yet it took ages to get any ones attention. The veal I ordered was tough and chewy and cold. The second time it was a little more busy but not so much. Regardless, everyone else seemed to be getting served except my friend and I. We went with our toddlers and asked for their food first but then no one came to take our order so we ended up not eating at all as by the time our little ones had finished (they bearly touched their food) we had to go so we left hungry. Also the waitress was quite rude. She never came to ask if we were ready to order, had any questions or anything. We had to ask her for things ... If we could find her that is. \nI was really looking forward to both times I went both in terms of surroundings and food but both times was highly disappointed. I eat and shop at Eataly regularly and was let down with Baita. Hopefully they will sort out their issues of staffing and service at least.
You go to this restaurant on the rooftop 14th floor for the retractable ceiling and view. To my amazement, when we arrived the ceiling was closed. When Joey our waiter told us to speak to the manager- we did and his response was someone complained it was cold. OMG why would you go to a rooftop and expect warmth? I had out of town guests from Michigan who wanted the experience and did not get it!! TOTALLY DISAPPOINTED IN THE MANAGEMENT!!!
Our waiter had an attitude, like he was doing us a favor by waiting on us. We asked if we could order appetizers first and when were almost done order our entrees, he said NO! (No explanation) The reason we requested that was we didn't want to be rushed, which is exactly what happened before we finished our cheese platter our dinners came out. We had to ask for extra bread. Our meals were only fair, 3 of us had the chicken thighs which were surprisingly bland, they were covered in sweet red peppers but did nothing to add flavor. Our bill for 6 was $302, I left an 18% tip but really wanted to leave a lot less for the disappointing experience.
This place is worth a try if you visit Eataly. It's a cool roof top bar and has an extensive beverage list but the food menu is much more limited. It's a hoping place but service can be slow. If you have good company and good conversation then it won't matter. If you're looking to get in and out this isn't the place. Food is delicious but portions are European style so you'll be hungry without appetizers and a salad. It's worth a try and trendy option but I wouldn't call it my favorite neighborhood spot.
We have been to a number of Eatly restaurants and have had great food on each visit. Unfortunately this was not the case at La Birreria. The appetizers were average, but a number of the entrees were sub standard. The pasta was served warm but the temperature of the dish was ridiculous. To the point that it wasn't edible. The server didn't notice that two of my guests didn't eat their meals. I had the pork and it came out raw from the kitchen. It took an extraordinarily long time to finish the cooking and even then it was still undercooked. Leaving me to finish my meal last. Very unfortunate. And we spent over $475. This experience was unfortunately not priceless.
La Bierreia was a very disappointing dining experience for our party of five women. Other than the cheese platter and the bread attractively wrapped in brown paper, the food was poorly presented and absolutely inedible. We were all unhappy with our meal selections and would not recommend this restaurant.
I was looking for a rooftop gem to enjoy the New York sunset when I found this place on some google search. At first, I kept getting confused between Eataly and La Birreria. turns out they are the same location. Eataly is this incredible mix of food bazaar meets William Sonoma meets Italian Mega mall. There are at least 4 different eating 'bars' or indoor cafes downstairs. upstairs is the rooftop La Birreria. We made our way up, got seated. The staff is great, that food come out, and not what was expected. The 'salad' seemed to be al dente cabbage. tough and tasteless. my wife enjoyed the duck liver pate, but the bread was sub par. The beers offered, I tried the Dogfish Head 60, great, and then tried the flight on house brews, not so great. In the end, we were disappointed from a dining point of view. It's a loud youngster type of joint. A hang out and hot spot. The bar up top was absolutely packed...ah...I miss those days. I wish I had a second chance to go back and just mil about downstairs and settle down at one of the eat spots there. Next time New York, next time.
Great food and great service. I was hoping for at least one or two more vegetarian entrÃ©e options. Maybe next time. We appreciated being able to add one more person to our table I called a few hours in advance to inquire).
I've been to Eataly many times and always had a great experience. However that is not the case for La Birreria. Upon arrival the hostesses were nice. However our waiter, and frankly the rest of the wait staff, was terrible. We were seated next to the terminal where the staff enters orders. Before our waiter came over we were told we could put our bags in their walk way. Well, where could we put them? The female waitress rolled her eyes and said use the chair behind you. Then our male waiter came over before introducing himself said 'you can't use this chair! I might have people sit here!' I said someone else said we could use it and would move our belongings should that table get sat (it was 9:30pm and the table was never used). He sighed and walked away. He returned and asked if we wanted drinks but only took half the tables order. He disappeared for 20 minutes. I flagged down the manager and asked if he could take our order. He did but never asked why our waiter wasn't around. Our appetizers flew out of the kitchen...in fact, before our drinks. When the waiter finally returned he said they don't have anymore soda OR the pumpkin beer my husband ordered. We then said please tell us what you DO have and make sure the entire table orders a drink. He finally figured it out but again disappeared for 15 minutes. When he finally brought our drinks we were done with Apps. We asked if we could now place our entree order. Were there specials? Who knows?! Again the food flew out but the waiter never checked on us. I was so embarrassed mostly because I had friends in from another country and was excited to bring them to Eataly. Our waiter had such an attitude like we didn't just spend $700 on dinner. Sadly, I won't be back any time soon. Take note Mario Batali!!
Our experience was great. The only negatif point is that I took the pasta of the day, and for the price the plate was so small with only a few pasta and a little sauce.. a little desapointting. But except this it was great.
This restaurant has its own interpretation of what Italian food is. I suspect that most people with experience of the Italian cuisine from Italy will not recognise themselves. To me the evening was a true disappointment: Vitello tonnato appearing as deep-fried lumps of sweetbread with almost no tuna sauce, the replacement in the shape of sautÃ©ed mushrooms that had been drenched in salt. The main course was however somewhat enjoyable, even if also this was presented in a very untypical Italian manner, so was the fact that the starter was taken off the bill without fuzz. This saves the experience to three stars.
I always look for rooftop dining when in the city. This is always a good choice. Good food, great wine list and great selection of beer. As the evening goes on it gets a bit noisy cuz it does have a bar crowd, and with the area designated....gets packed.....when the glass ceiling is closed it's pretty noisy. Earlier is better. The market below also has great food options...but if you don't like crowds this isn't for you.
Wait staff is awesome . I needed to be in and out in 30 min tops. They suggested a delicious panini which was literally served 10 min from being seated. Gave us plenty of time to dine and dash . Terrific food and service .
I had a lovely late lunch here. Other reviewers have griped about slow service, but my waitress was cheerful and efficient. The food is a bit pricey, but the quality of the ingredients made it worth it to me - everything was fresh and delicious. The panzanella salad was the highlight for me -sublime! - although I can't complain about my pasta dish or the triple chocolate dessert.\nI've recommended this place to friends and plan to return.
Great food, verrrrry noisy, good service, something for everyone on the menu.
Ambiance was fun. The food was good although it was expensive, as portions were small and my side dish was tiny.
I wish the downstairs main area would take reservations, but we certainly enjoyed the La Birreria. The beer was wonderful! Our appetizers were very tasty. I ordered the one pasta dish that this area offers (1 pasta dish at an Italian restaurant?!?) and it was fine, but I wouldn't order it next time. The Eataly in Chicago had a great pasta dish (really why I went to this location), which might be available in the downstairs part but nevertheless the pasta dish was a bit lacking. Apps and beer - wonderful
the food was great, the open roof was super cool, a little loud so groups who want to chat should go somewhere else
I decided to take advantage of the late summer weather and scheduled a business lunch here. The view was terrific and the food excellent, but what really amazed me was the service. Owing to one person's late arrival, we had to tell our server that we had a time crunch. We ordered and the food arrived in five or six minutes. Amazing! Admittedly, the place wasn't very busy, but I've eaten in many, many Manhattan restaurants where the crowd or lack thereof made no difference.\n\nI'll be coming back very soon.
La Birreria at Eataly is an amazing place to visit, experience and enjoy. It has a wonderful outdoor rooftop dining ambiance. The menu is limited, but it`s great. Waiters are so nice and extremely helpful. I wanted to try a different drink and end up not liking it as it was way to bitter for my taste, and the waiter was so comprehending that he offered me to take another different one and didn't even charge me the first one (which I was ready to pay as it was my fault and my decision). Truly grateful and loved my dinning experience.
I visited this place with a friend. We were looking for a place to have a nice long afternoon lunch. We had a hard time understanding the menu at a first glance. I checked about 3 times until I found something appealing to eat. We shared appetizers and the pasta of the day. Since I was in Eataly I expected the pasta to be delicious. It was actually quite disappointing. The service was slow as well. I guess I give this place points for a great location but that's about it.
We made a reservation for 9:45 pm . We arrived on time and as we sat at our table we were told we had 5 minutes to choose the dishes , because the kitchen was closing . Still, we ask the dishes and before you finish eating the waiter asked twice we had already finished . Practically asking to get out of the place. Not only that the food was bad and poor . Anyway, it was disappointing.
Fun for drinks and small plate eats. Limited menu but you should visit.
I've been here about half a dozen times since moving to NYC at the end of May. Great place, with a fairly epic selection of beers. The lunch menu is great value and the food is always well presented and tasty. The chicken thighs and cous cous is excellent. We often get the cheese board, which is good but there's room for improvement (serving a block of Parmesan is a bit strange!). Only criticism is that the menu hasn't changed for a while, so perhaps some more specials or I guess it may change to an Autumn menu soon.\n\nReally nice atmosphere out on the wood deck, overlooked by the Flatiron and the other nice buildings surrounding Madison Sq. The bill can creep up if you're not careful, but it's quite a chilled and relaxed place to dine that we keep going back when friends or family are in town.
I had heard a lot of people recommending this restaurant so decided to check it out with some friends. It was a Saturday night but we got seated right away with our reservation (which we had to make almost a week in advance). In terms of food, the menu was pretty limited and I was surprised that they only had a few pasta dishes and it was mostly meat dishes. The food came out fast but it was pretty average overall with small portions and a big price tag. Service was ok, but not super attentive and we had to flag down another server a few times. In terms of the view (which is the main reason we came here), we were very disappointed. It is a rooftop but we couldn't see much at all. Too much was blocking the view and it was also obstructed by surrounding buildings. Not impressed. Honestly, I would skip dinner here and grab a drink at one of the nearby rooftop bars if you're looking for a nice view and relaxing atmosphere.
Being part of the Eataly group of restaurants I guess we set our expectations too high? The customer service right from the get go was rude and unaccomodating, they beat around the bush and avoid clearly answering your questions. The hostess also appeared to loathe her job along with the guests she had to speak with. The food was mediocre too dry and way too much salt. Have you ever had salty salad? Drinks are definitely overpriced with nothing to show for it. Our server was friendly and great at first then left us for a good 20 mins after handing out dessert menus and then took another 20 mins to retrieve our bills and then another 15 mins to retrieve our change. They started closing down the restaurant while we sat there waiting for change. The open rooftop is beautiful especially at night when you can see the stars but new management and menu needed before I would ever give it a second chance.
Great atmosphere. Open roof top was amazing. Beer choices were very good. Food was good but limited selection.
Very nice place for few drinks during summer. They have very good cheese and high quality of food. Table is allowed for dining only and we feel a bit of pressure to order. Very restrictive for group. Everybody needs to be there to get the table. The place wasn't booked and they didn't accept my friends that came later.
Great evening at La Birreria--reasonable service, albeit a bit disorganized. Energetic and loud-the atmosphere and warm summer breeze made up for the difficulty in hearing our seat mates!
Great rooftop bistro. Menu selection is very good, recommend the salami and cheese appetizers.In addition the tomato salad was very refreshing. For a large group, 4 or more, double the order.\nPasta portion was just the right size.\nIf you are not a beer drinker, the sodas available are perfect.\nHave to remember to rethink going when the temperature is over 90.
Found it very expensive. But only because our Canadian dollar is so low. \nI had the duck breast which was cooked perfect. Plus to start my husband and I shared a cheese platter. My hubby like his sausage dish but portion was very small.\nOur friends did not find any thing on menu they really liked.
Great location for rooftop dining. Good food, friendly staff. Would definitely come again
I was disappointed In the lack of menu choices. I was expecting way more , for example there was only one pasta dish. My waiter was terrible. He looked downright annoyed, left us waiting for simple things like club soda or salt and didn't seem to care. I expected a lot more from a restaurant at eataly. Eataly is amazing but much of the staff is unprofessional and doesn't seem to care about their jobs or the customer. I would be back to Eataly but not to this restaurant. The beer choices were good but suggest to have the same wine that is at eataly. Thank u
Been wanting to try La Birreria in Eataly across from the Flatiron Building for ages and finally made a reservations with 3 co-workers during Restaurant Week. Ambience is great. Gorgeous sunny day. Did not feel like I was in the city. Food was creative, tasty and filling but not so much we felt uncomfortable. I had the panzanella appetizer with many different kinds of heirloom tomatoes - just fabulous! My entree was a pasta with a green pesto - equally good. And for dessert the panna cotta was delicious! Would definitely come back again.
Service was REALLY BAD. It seemed like they were trying to avoid our table. Routinely 10-15 minutes between every time they came to our table. And if we asked for something (like salt, pepper, olive oil, or parmesan), it wouldn't come for another 20 minutes! Really abysmal service.
We went cuz it was recommended by a few friends. Turned out to be a disappointment. Been to a whole range of restos and eateries in many world class busy cities and have had better than this place. The water boy kept spilling water all over the table every time he poured, waiter was missing in action and the food was the opposite of subtle. The food was over charred, over dressed and over priced. They act like olive oil and bread was their invention. It's been around since the Romans. Wouldn't go back and don't recommend it to anyone who wants real Italian food.
I love Eataly. I always have a wonderful experience there. Unfortunately, the waiter I had yesterday was absolutely awful. He bullied us into ordering drinks before we were ready, and basically kicked us out when we said we may just get appetizers to share instead of dinner entree's. I would understand if the restaurant was packed, but there were open tables all around us. I won't be coming back, and the view on the rooftop is nice but not worth it.
I love meeting up here with friends because it has a beautiful atmosphere and the menu is perfect for sharing plates and wine. The wait staff is also very nice and accommodating. Can't wait to visit again.
Food was great, we were sat immediately, service has room for improvement. When we asked the busser for Parmesan cheese for pasta; we were told not and that the restaurant does not provide that. I brought this to the server's attention and she explained that he may have had our table (of 6) confused with another table and brought it to us However they are still telling customers that they don't offer the cheese? Interteresting....
Sorry we didn't have enough time to shop in the market! Would have loved to pick up some things for home! Next time going to try another on site place. Want to sample them all!! The side of pasta\nDi giorno with pepperoncini was delish. Porchetta\nNot as good as I hoped. Sorry I didn't get the braised pork shoulder but there's always next time. The formaggio plate was great as was dessert!
All the food was good. I especially recommend the pork shoulder. I never order pork at restaurants and this was amazing. I also recommend getting some of the cured meats and cheeses to start. Dessert was also good. I had an old-fashioned which was strong and pretty good. There was fruit in it, which I don't consider to be appropriate in an old fashioned, but it wasn't watered down or overly sweet. I didn't try any of the beer. The wine was good, but not outstanding. The service was attentive and friendly but also professional and helpful. The atmosphere is fairly casual and refreshingly unpretentious. Slightly crowded, but I guess that's to be expected. Overall, a great spot for great food, drinks and service.
Food was not as good as the last time my family was there. My wife commented that her dish was not as good as the last time we visited. Quality of the food was not as consistent as previous visits.
We really enjoyed our dinner here! Seated right away at our reserved time. Table was great! Open air, but there are screens and fans, and it was a very nice night. Our waitress Tiffany was terrific! She was very knowledgeable on all the drinks and food. We enjoyed both the cheese plate and the meat plate as appetizers. We all liked out entrees. The only thing that wasn't great was the side of broccoli rabe which tasted like burnt garlic to me. Never felt rushed. Would highly recommend. Fun place!
The service was terrible. They made us wait 30 mins despite having reservations on opentable and there being open tables within site. Maybe they were short on staff but it was bad enough that I will never go again.
I went to La Birreria the first time a couple of years ago and loved it. Went again recently and was very disappointed. It was incredibly loud, the service was slow and the staff rude, and the food (taste and presentation) was very disappointing. Previously when there, we were served the cheese/meat platter on a wood board with apricot, nuts, etc. This time it came on a plain white dinner plate with no accompaniments...small cuts of cheese/meat with no presentation whatsoever. Our waiter was not versed in any food sensitivities and when asked about gluten free suggestions for my friend, was rude and not helpful - she ended up having soup for dinner. I would not go back again - sad that it went so downhill.
Good food but not very much to eat. Expensive for what we ate. After the luch, we went directly to eat an icecrem outside the restaurant.
It was a very hot day so some more fans would have been required. The 'affetati' plate was overly expensive for the amount served. Nice location but not really good value for money.
Very loud, odd menu mix and clumsy check in and elevator ride to restaurant. Waiter was so so ...I might as well be in a TGIF. Their was one pasta dish on the menu, and that arrived semi cold. The other menu items were random and nothing to write home about. \nNever again. The bar was packed and the midi was loud. I doubt if they care what level of service and food we received, they are making money.
Great ambience, food is good, beer not so much, service seems to be getting worse each time we go. While we have enjoyed this place over the past few years, time to move on.
After we were seated it took a good 15 min until a server approached our table to tell us they needed to finish a transaction and then would be with us. \nMy food, arugula salad and muscles brodo, was not memorable.
Reasonably priced fast foodie venue with open air dining high above concept food store Eataly. Interesting eating options to try. We didn't go for the plentiful beer options but the wine choice made by our waiter was perfect. Great location for meeting up with friends (book well ahead) but less good for couples as we found the ambiance a bit 'fast food' - in fact our mains arrived before we had finished our starter platter and dessert arrived in less than five minutes of ordering. Not a place to linger but great overall.
We had made a lunch reservation, hoping for a rooftop experience with a view. The day was beautiful, and the outdoor spot was a nice respite from the hecticness of Eataly and the street below. There are awnings and fans to reduce the heat of the sun. The tables are nicely spaced to give you some elbow room. We enjoyed the restaurant week menu....panzanella, pasta and pork sausage dishes, with panna cotta for dessert. Food was good, portions small. Had a great Barolo wine. Service was a bit slow, but they made up for it. Unfortunately,there was no view at all...brick wall on one side obscures the view, and scaffolding on the other.
I had seen the mixed reviews on Yelp but I wanted to have a nice rooftop lunch. I had the panzanetta salad and chicken thighs which was very good. The fried shiitake mushrooms were under seasoned and not very appetizing. The panna cotta was okay but the caramel on the bottom was too bitter and seemed burnt. Our server was just okay. He said 'dude' and 'guy' a lot which was strange. While we had an okay time, I was glad it was during Restaurant Week. I would not pay full price to eat here again.
I tried eataly/birreria after much prompting from the wife. We were fortunate to go during NYC restaurant week. there was a prix fee option of $25 for lunch/$38 for dinner. We had lunch. There was a limited 3 options for appy and main and 1 option for desert. I had the fried shiitake appetizer and my wife the house salad. I was hoping for pastas but only 1 choice was available.My wife had the pesto pasta and I had a sausage over cannelloni and we both had a ricotta type pudding desert(no other choice, remember). Even at $25 I thought it was overpriced for the portions but I guess you pay for the atmosphere..rooftop. It was hot though and tables under the fans were at a premium. Originally we were tucked next to a wall..no air movement..yuck..I noticed the regular menu..which had my dish at $24 alone..and the shiitakes were$12..I would have REALY felt gipped if I paid that. All in all it was an experience I can now check off...but nothing more then that. The next time I visit Eataly I am staying downstairs ,where the pasta choices seem more abundant..although I am sure I will pay a premium for that 'experience' as well
If you aren't a pork eater, there wasn't much to choose from on the menu. Even the chicken dish was only thighs.
The atmosphere is nice but the menu does not have enough options and it is overpriced.
I'm not sure what I expected, but being outdoors in the summer in NYC is not enjoyable. There isn't a view and fans are blowing all around to try to move warm summer air. I ordered a beer, even it was warm, British style. The journey to get to the restaurant is pathetic, down an ugly undesigned hallway, up flights of stairs, I felt like it was a temp space honestly.
Rooftop locations are always a hit, however, to have a beer garden in the heart of the Flatiron district is an absolute gem. Make reservations as this hot spot gets packed quickly.
This place is not what I would call a rooftop. If you're looking for a rooftop experience to stand outside And enjoy the scenery n have some drinks and great food, its not the place. Very dissapointed. There isn't much of a menu either. My steak dish with mushrooms was dry n had no flavor. I was also handed someone else's bill.
Ridiculous system where one has to stand in line on the ground floor to talk to the hostess even when you have a reservation. My friends waited 25 minutes in line just to get up to the elevator while 2 of us were sitting at the table. The menu is completely off from the overall vibe. Very limited entree selections, only one of which was a pasta. Extremely loud; bar packed and long waits for a drink. Extremely poorly executed.
My first time here for Restaurant Week. The service was tops and food was good but not wow. The roof top is enjoyable since the weather was sunny and not hot. It was a good choice for Restaurant Week.
Great rooftop setting somewhat spoiled by excessively loud music & bar. We expected a lively atmosphere, but were disappointed that it was so loud that we had difficulty talking across the table. The beers & wines we ordered were unavailable on Monday night due to a busy weekend. Our server did a good job suggesting substitutes. The muscles in beer were very good. Pork sausage with cannellini beans were also good - could have been great but sausage was underdone. Service was quick and attentive. The restaurant was good, but with high expectations I was disappointed.
We left because the noise level made it impossible to converse without shouting. We will try this place for lunch when it is a little more chill.
Fun place but no views. Food was tastie and unique. Not t a big menu ir choice. Very linited
I have eaten in Eataly before and was impressed by the choices and freshness of food. My niece wanted to go to a rooftop restaurant and I decided to take her to La Birreria. The rooftop restaurant has a great beer selection but the food is upscale pub fare. I do not eat beef or pork and therefore had limited choices.I ordered the mushroom 'snack' which were fried shitake mushroom, no dipping sauce provided and the taste of the mushroom was over powered by the greasy fried batter. The chicken thigh entree although tasty was not balanced - three chicken thighs ( pan - fried) with couscous and vegetables ( very skimpy) too much chicken not enough vegetables and couscous. This place may have been lost on me as I prefer lighter fare. The waitress was not very knowledgeable when explaining the dishes which also did not help in finding something pleasing. The restaurants/counters inside Eataly are much more worth a try. Go here for a drink at the bar and to take in the minimal rooftop scenery.
I have lived and dined in New York and been to many many restaurants. I expected so much more from both a Mario based restaurant and a roof top experience. The service was by far the worst I have ever experienced. We had to ask to order wine, we were never offered more or the opportunity to order more drinks. The food was incredibly slow to arrive and again had to flag down the server to order. The food was fair at best. We were on a great roof top on a clear night yet the covers were on the restaurant so we couldn't see any of the view at all, might as well have been inside. It was also 4th of July...once the fire works started, the STAFF all rushed to the windows and stood there with their phones in the air filming and watching the fireworks. It appeared even the kitchen staff came out. Not only were patrons not able to see from their tables, but clearly we were not receiving any service during this time either! Given the reputation and the price, location...this capped off a very great 4th of July weekend with a horrible experience. We will never go again. Very disappointing.
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We had to ask for water, salt and pepper, and the kitchen lost our entres (according to the waiter) they were given to another table). The portions are small. Overall I think the restaurant is over rated and pricey given the size of the portions and the service...
Nice view and ambience. Crowded and hard to find entrance to restaurant. Pork sandwich special fatty and tasteless. Pasta special was small portion. Expensive for what you got.
Choose another spot, I still was hungry after my 80$ bill and only one beer.
Interesting space. We at there for lunch on a weekend and it was nonstop bustling. Beer selection was good and I had a beer on tap that I've only seen in bottles elsewhere (although it was a Dogfish beer and their founder is involved in Birreria). Food menu was surprising and excellent. Not typical 'pub' food....more sophisticated dishes. For NYC, the space was large and open. It is 'outdoor,' but it appears that it's outfitted to stay open 4 seasons - covers for sun and rain, AC, heaters, etc.... Has a nice feel. I wouldn't mind coming back to the bar and having a few beers. Bar area was much more crowded than seated area, but didn't appear to be overcrowded. I would definitely go back.
It's 'Eataly' as we know it - selection of best food + wines available on the Birreria rooftop - excellent service and great place to meet in a group of friends middle in the city - we will be back !
If there is one thing better then the food at this restaurant it was the wide variety of craft beers. For any beer lover who is looking to expand their pallet this is a must go spot. Do not get me confused thou, my hat goes off to the chefs. Nothing on this menu is close to ordinary, the exotic nature of the dishes is sure to impress any date or group of friends. Be prepared to try something new and love every second of it. For those adventurous eaters, you may have just found paradise.
Great place to meet friends for drinks \nFood is a little to over the top - something with little more run of the mill options would be nice
While this is a magical spot to meet friends and the beer experience is wonderful, the food was not as flavorful or memorable as I would have expected.
Elevator entrance people has unpleasent attitude like yelling army sergent. We reserved a table, one person was behind but we're sure he is coming in few munites. A security guy at elevator entrance made 6 of us to stand and wait at hallway with no space. I understand that if we wanted bar seats with no reservation but why we need wait for a reserved table even 90% of us is alredy there? It's simply not efficient to make small space smaller and put customer as public scorn in elevator hallway.\nFood is good. Everything we'd ordered was tasty.\nWhen one more person coming, his plate was not set up so took it from another table next of us. A busboy was rolling eye to telling me how selfish and stupid we did. He needed to bring a plate quickly if he has enough time to disgrace customers.
I could not rate this restaurant and I am sure it is a great place. However, I received someone else's reservation in error which was I'm sure an honest error since my last name and first name initial is the same as the person who requested the reservation. I only rated this experience very low to capture the attention of the reader of this survey so they could properly and promptly correct the error for their dining guest...J.Angione
I think this place has a great selection of beer and a nice location. The food was good but nothing spectaluar to write home about. I had about 10 ppl with us and it seems like everyone felt the same. \n\nPros: Wonderful eating outside even ih the rain\nOpen area \nGood selection of beer /drinks \nSoacious\n\nCons: This is a big problem for me, while making the reservation I was told that they were too busy to take a reservation and that I needed to call back in 15min. (ok I understand at least she was honest) Then I call back in 30 and no one answers. When I finally get someone an hour later she has a super nasty attitute when I mentioned that I spoke to someone. She just says that she didnt speak to me, puts me on hold then hangs up. \nUltimately I made the reservation online. \nWhen we get there we have 8 people and they dont want to sit us because our party of 10 is incomplete. Another thing I understand. \nAfter being seated we wanted to order apps while waiting for other people and she says you cant order an app until you have the dinner order. Walks away. \nOur app order comes to our table??? I was so confused on why she sent us the apps that we were asking about when she never got the rest of the apps. \nDuring the whole dinner of 10ppl we had to ask the busboy to find her. \n\nSo in the future we will not visit due to the horrible service. through out dinner.
After being rushed through our meal we were asked to leave our table and move to the bar. Because another person joined us. This is the second time Eastaly has done this to me. \nI complained to the other host or manager and he had the same rude attitude. Nice roof but this is not a place for New Yorkers. After paying my bill we went somewhere else to get desert and drinks as the pressure to leave our table killed the vibe. And there were 9 empty tables and it was at 4pm before the dinner crowd.
Early dining perfection with outstanding service. Only flaw: plates removed for one diner before other was finished.
Despite the overcrowded frenetic pace of Eataly downstairs, Birreria is pleasant, calm, and beautiful on a nice day. Could use more lunch selections, more smaller and/or shareable dishes, otherwise I love it here! Great beer too!
It was a lovely. warm, sunny Sunday afternoon. As a results, La Birreria's was extremely busy and crowded with people taking advantage of the rooftop setting. This caused the noise level to be quite high and the service to be a bit slow. It could have been a bad experience, however, we were not in any hurry. The service time was not a problem for us. Our waitress was knowledgeable of the menu and extremely helpful in guiding us in our selections for food and drink. Her pleasant attitude made up for any inconvenience that we may have experienced.
Food and service were great. Beer was also very good. Great place to enjoy the outside in NYC.
I had an enjoyable dinner, but I prefer intimate quieter restaurants. This was just too loud for me. The food, however, was delicious.
We celebrated a friend's birthday here and had a great group together--but though everything else was perfect were limited to small side conversations since the music was so loud and acoustics so bad. EVERYONE was yelling over one another.
We had an 830 dinner reservation. The noise was definitely noticeable when we first sat down (lots of people at the bar), but after 9 o'clock the crowd died down and the noise became a background buzz.\n\nI can't remember who our waitress was, but she was incredibly helpful and was able to get us the names and tell us where we could find some the cheeses we liked downstairs.
All employees had very non-caring attitude in many areas we encountered. The server was inattentive, got things wrong and chased my friend down for a larger tip than the one we gave him that he didn't deserve and then told her he didn't charge her for the wrong beer he brought her. It took 30 minutes to literally flag him down with the menu in the air to get the right one that was already re-ordered. We thought when he chased down the table next to us that maybe they had not paid their check but now think it was probably for a tip he thought should have been better. With 2 of us being in the biz I could see no excuse for his poor service based on the amount of customers and tables he had in his station. When the hostess saw him approach my friend she essentially agreed with our assessment listened to our story and gave us an oh well response and brushed it of as it was the norm with this server....and acceptable. Not that it mattered but maybe the offer of a free beer could have gone a long way. Took 3 friends from California there on a 3 day trip and feel like we certainly wasted an evening and a lot of money. And I think we work just as hard if not harder for our money than the server did when he cried poverty to my friend who was so taken aback and put on the spot, gave him the larger tip in cash that he never deserved. 3 of us are single moms and our money is earned. TIPS = To Insure Prompt Service. Clearly Restaurant 101 that the servers there do not know. Tips are earned, they are not a gift. Will never go back and will question future trips to Eataly at all. the service and attitude of the employees is on a steady decline since it opened...... sad since I admire Mario so much as a chef.
Spectacular. The food was great (pork shoulder, out of this world). Service was top notch, our waitress Danielle, helped us with beer selections and entree choices. She was knowledgeable attentive and very friendly. And on a beautiful Saturday evening, the rooftop was the best place to be.
Lunch would have been enjoyable if not for the fact that every window and the rooftop were wide open on a sunny but 50+ degree and windy day. It was absolutely freezing. The wait staff turned on heat lamps, which hardly made a dent, and which was a waste of energy when patrons were asking them to just close the roof. Our waiter said it wasn't his decision and nothing he could do. I remember I ordered chicken and thought it was good, but couldn't wait to leave and get warm.
On a girls weekend trip to NYC, we made reservations at Birreria for a Friday night. We were welcomed at reception and took the elevator up to the 14th floor, the rooftop that houses the restaurant. The rooftop was only slightly open as it was still a bit chilly out but I can imagine that this place in the summer would be awesome! We ordered the 3 cheese plate to share, it was delicious! Usually not a big beer drinker, I ordered the Dogfish Aprihot (apricot flavored) and loved it. As the main meal, I had the Maiale alla Birra, tender beer-braised pork shoulder, a Birreria specialty. Everything was great. The place is nice, open and airy, the food is amazing and the service was also good. Overall, a nice experience!
Cool environment but unfortunataly we were very very poorly attended in fact never been so poorly attended in new york clearly she attended well nonforeigners and non tourists we sall from our table how she attended other people in a different way . we was almost kicked out from our table until we order food. Very disappoonted.
Worth checking out, awesome atmosphere. Service was gear as well.
Seated for 10 minutes before server, Danielle, came over. Then she spilled half my glass of wine and didn't offer a replacement. I had to flag her down every our table of 6 needed anything. Food just OK. Not spectacular. Not horrific. Setting is awesome. But that is all. Perhaps a place just to come, hang by the bar with friends. Not for a meal.
This is a great place. I have been a few times. The food is nice, the beer is good, and the winelist is pretty solid too. Book ahead so you can get a table!
Everything was exceptional. Our server was very knowledgeable of the beers offered and described the dinner entrees wonderfully. The food was delicious.
Lunch has a very limited selection. They were also training someone so service was less than stellar