378 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10016
ITALIAN FOOD AT ITS ULTIMATE!
Fax: (212) 481-2841
Bike Parking: No
Cuisines: Family Style, Take Out, Italian, European, Continental
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
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I went there last weekend with my girlfriend and we had an amazing time. I had grilled calamari and pork chop, best I ever had in the city!!! My girlfriend had caprese and baked papardelle, she loved it! Don't forget to ask for the hot onion bread and focaccia!I can't believe that I live in the neighborhood and i never been here before!!!
12/01/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Me and my boyfriend been going to this restaurant in the last 2 years and we always have to share because their portions are huge!
Their foccacia and newly introduced onion bread is delicious! Lunch special for $19 is unbeatable and you must order their homemade cheesecake...Yummy!!!! I basically tried everything from the menu ...my favorite dish is the red snapper and my boyfriend loves the way they cook the pasta.. No question that it's our favorite restaurant AND the best thing is that they deliver, too! Make sure you make reservation for Fridays and Saturdays because the place is packed!
My first complaint is that the restaurant needs to get up to date. They won't even do separate checks here. They also need to update their lunch menu. The place is dead at lunch, but at least you don't have to wait to get a table.
You can tell when the owner is there because it seems as if all the workers are walking on egg shells. The staff can be moody and you will often hear them swearing or discussing tips.
The food is okay but not enough to keep me coming back.
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02/24/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Food is very inconsistent. Also, delivery is atrocious. After about 50 minutes of waiting, I called to check on my food. The hostess said, ""It's on it's way"". When I called back 30 minutes later, she changed her story to, ""It just left last time you called."" She said she would call the delivery guy and phone me back - of course not. So I asked to speak to the manager...RUDE. He said if I refused the food, he would never deliver to me again. Uh, how about just plain old, ""Sorry""?! Avoid delivery here. Overpriced too for the caliber of food. If you are in Murray Hill, Fagiolini is a better bet, though their delivery is very inconsistent too. But at least they are honest and apologetic when something goes wrong.
10/01/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I have to say, we had a GREAT time at Coppola's last night. Sitting right across from us was Britney Spears her group of friends and a film crew. Apparently its one of her favorite italian restaurants in the area. The entire experience was AMAZING from the FOOD to the Service To watching Britney eating pasta. I highly recommend Coppola's!!!
08/23/2008Provided by Citysearch -
While the decor is nice and the waitstaff friendly, the food leaves a lot to be desired. It literally came out within five minutes of ordering, and was definitely not freshly made. It tasted as if it had been sitting around for awhile and quickly heated up in the microwave. We ended up paying $20 each for a glorified TV dinner. It was very surprising, given the other reviews here, and the emphasis on homemade meals that the restaurant touts itself for. Their website menu is also very outdated with both meals and prices, and is thus very misleading. We were very disappointed and won't be returning again.
06/22/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Great Italian food and excellent, friendly service. The prices are reasonable for a midscale Italian restaurant in NYC, though certainly not cheap (I don't have a huge dining budget). I think the cheapest entree on the menu was $15 for a bowl of pasta, so I was a little bit skeptical about how a bowl of pasta with marinara sauce was worth $15. But the portions are huge, the pasta was perfectly done, the fresh mozzarella on top and the delicious blend of seasonings brought that bowl of pasta as close as possible to being worth $15. Even the bread they serve is excellent. The service was also impeccable, unobtrusive, and efficient, and my server was incredibly friendly in a very genuine way. I was also pretty impressed when I asked for the remainder of my pasta to go... they wrapped up not only my pasta, but some bread (each slice individually wrapped!), fresh grated cheese in a container, and even put in a plastic fork and knife, to-go menu, and business card. Nice!
03/31/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I live in the neighborhood and this is THEE best italian eatery around. The food is fantastic & so is the service. I came with five of my girlfriends and we were all more than pleased with our meals and our waiter who was very friendly & attentive. If you're a pasta lover, go for the Tortellini Daniela -- it's out of this world! I highly recommend this place & will continue to go back!