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Great Roman classic dishes with accents of Tuscan fare.
New York, NY 10036
Hours of operation:
Lunch: Monday - Sunday 12:00pm-4:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Sunday 4:00pm-12:00am
Broadway & 8th Ave
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Corkage Fee, Delivery, Fireplace, Private Room, Wine
Scarlatto Ratings and Reviews
Scarlatto's is conveniently located in the theater district and offers very good food at reasonable prices. Both my husband and I were pleased with our meal choices and the wait service could not have been more accommodating. Overall good value. We would recommend it to our friends.
My daughter, sister, nieces and I went to NYC for the day to see Wicked and have dinner afterwards. This was a very good choice for us. Convenient to theater, food was good and service was excellent. The fixed price menu fit our budget and the cocktails were delicious. We arrived 30 minutes early for our reservation but they seated us immediately. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. My only negative comment would be the noise level, but for our occasion, we liked the energetic atmosphere.
Scarlatto: beautiful restaurant, very good food. I had ravioli and a spinach salad and cheese cake. I liked the bread with this little green "trempette" Good and fast service (Italian waiter) and nice ambiance (just a little bit noisy) I recommend it, we went for pre-theater and it was a perfect location...
This is the second time we have come here after the theater and the food is excellent. You can't go wrong with anything on the menu especially the burrata for starters.
The staff is very attentive and will make suggestions based on what your likes are. I highly recommend Scarlatto's for any occasion, but especially for pre or post theater.
We chose the restaurant based on its location across the street from the Barrymore Theatre. I got a reservation on the same day at the time I was looking for. The restaurant was busy (a pre-theatre dinner on a Friday night), but our server was attentive. The atmosphere was good (lively, but not too loud). The food was OK. I had the mussels as an appetizer and they could have had more flavor. I also had the Tagliolini Ai Funghi which was fine. Both were large portions. My husband had the caesar salad and the grilled salmon, which he enjoyed. For the prix-fixed price of ~$30 per person, I would recommend Scarlatto as a good value with a convenient location.
Loved the restaurant but we were seated two feet from the door and near the hostess podium. So ppl waiting were standing at our elbows. Very uncomfortable.
Waiter was great! Fried calamari and zucchini app was delicious. Seafood ravioli was a bit seafood-y but still good. Restaurant is beautiful.
The service was well above average. The food was great and it was an amazing value. Our dinner tab was half of what we usually spend.... downside.....the tables are SO close together that it spoils the dining experience, particularly if you are a table for two. Tables of four, six and eight, drown out any ability for a table for two to have ANY conversation. The tables are so close together that someone at a neighboring table has to move in order for you to be seated or to leave.
I would advise them to raise their prices by 50% and remove 25% of the tables. That would be a win win.
This was my second visit to Scarlatto's and, arriving about 1/2 hour early after seeing a matinee, they seated us right away. The food was delicious and our drinks perfect. Our waitstaff, headed by Guiesipe, was phenomenal. Book a reservation here and you will be happy you did!
This is the 3rd time we ate here and our experience was not as good as the past. We came before a broadway show for the pre-fixed dinner but didn't get the pre-fixed dinner menu, just the regular one. We asked if they no longer offer it, were told they do but had to ask 2 different service staff, one twice, before we got it. We didn't order off of the pre-fix menu for the appetizer, we ordered a special the burrata salad. We decided to split it since it was $18. It was pretty small and had been refrigerated which ruined the one slice of tomato on the plate. The entrees were fine, the grilled chicken and the pasta with mushrooms. The best was the dessert, profiteroles, three of them with vanilla ice cream.
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