Lattanzi

361 West 46th Street New YorkNY10036
Closed
Sunday
11:30am-10:00pm
Monday
11:30am-10:00pm
Tuesday
11:30am-11:30pm
Wednesday
11:30am-11:30pm
Thursday
11:30am-11:30pm
Friday
11:30am-11:59pm
Saturday
11:30am-11:59pm
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Average Rating
4
Total Reviews
(109)
Recommended 0
Not Recommended 0
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Description

Now in the 30th year, this "winning" Restaurant Row Italian is renowned for its "Roman style specialties". (Don't miss "those fried artichokes"), "gracious services" and "after the theater" crowd departs for a more relaxed meal.
by opentable on February 16, 2017 from opentable

Tips

Know Before You Go: Online reservations are availalbe through email. For parties more than four, a credit card is required.
by ezlocal on May 31, 2012 from ezlocal
Know Before You Go:
Online reservations are availalbe through email. For parties more than four, a credit card is required.
by Citysearch on March 22, 2011 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

Lattanzi Restaurant Review:
Housed in an historic brownstone with exposed brick and wood beam ceilings, this restaurant has been serving slow-cooked Italian cuisine to New York’s theater-goers for twenty-plus years. A traditional menu includes beef carpaccio with aged Parmesan, homemade mozzarella bursting onto beefsteak tomatoes, and artichoke gnocchi in tomato sauce with pecorino cheese --- all seem to have arrived...
by gayot on March 02, 2015 from gayot
Something "special" on Restaurant Row, this "better-than-average" Italian separates itself from the pack with an unusual post-theater menu of Roman-Jewish specialties; otherwise, it's a strictly "old-guard" experience with "gracious" service and a "charming" setting featuring lots of "dining nooks and crannies."
by zagat on January 13, 2014 from zagat
Housed in a historic brownstone with exposed brick and wood beam ceilings, this restaurant has been serving slow-cooked Italian cuisine to New York's theatre-goers for twenty years. A traditional menu includes beef carpaccio with aged… Read More
by ezlocal on November 25, 2013 from ezlocal
While hot-contested in reviews, Lattanzi Ristorante never fails to bring in patrons for their casual yet elegant atmosphere, distinctive Italian food, and "Roman-style specialties." With menus for lunch, pre-theater (dinner), post-theater, and even a Roman-Jewish menu, there's something for everyone in the Broadway crowd here.
by nyc on November 02, 2012 from nyc

Information from the business

A handsome theater-district institution offering terrific pastas and an interesting Italian-Jewish menu.
by Citysearch on March 12, 2016 from Citysearch