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.
Hours of Operation:
7 days a week: 11:30 am - 2:30pm,
Monday-Sunday 4:30pm - 10:30pm
Tuesday-Saturday: 4:30pm - 11:30pm
Between 8th Ave. and 9th Ave.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Two parking lots in the same block.
Private Party Facilities:
Lattanzi Ristorante is an elegant-rustic, family-owned Italian restaurant in the heart of the Theater District on Restaurant Row; established in 1984, this classic local landmark has specialized in serving traditional Roman cuisine to upscale theater-goers for over a quarter of a century.
Private Party Contact:
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
With four dining rooms, a cozy indoor garden, beautiful rooftop terrace and two independent bars spread out across both floors, we host private functions and parties for virtually any occasion and of almost every size. We have several different party menus to choose from or we can help you design one according to your style and taste.
To schedule a private event, please call 212-315-0980 and ask for the Events Manager, Ed Kostner.
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Lattanzi Ratings and Reviews
My husband and I had the grilled vegetab ...
My husband and I had the grilled vegetables for an appetizer and there was a lot of variety and very tasty. Then I had fish, Branzino which was delicious and salmon was ordered in a nice preparation. The food is always good, great service, and a lovely interior. Highly recommend.
We went to this rest. after a show. It w ...
We went to this rest. after a show. It was pretty inside, staff was pleasant, food was very good with a nice selection on the menu and specials. Everyone enjoyed what they ordered. I would recommend Lattanzi and I would go back. Nice bar area too and not packed with people. Some rests. are bumper to bumper but not here. You weren't weaving in and out of people trying to get around. We had a great night there on Sat. 10/15/16
Warm, attractive restaurant in the theat ...
Warm, attractive restaurant in the theater district. I was appalled that artichoke appetizer
produced 4 small pieces for $18. What a rip off. Branzino fish for me and veal with proscuitto
for my friend as main courses were good.
The last three times we came into NYC fo ...
The last three times we came into NYC for a show we have dined here. Sometimes, we make a reservation to Lattanzi as a back up but we end up always canceling the other one. Why mess with convenience (to the show), delicious food, and superb service! Thanks for another wonderful meal!
We've eaten at Lattanzi several times (e ...
We've eaten at Lattanzi several times (each time we visit NYC) and the food and service are consistently good! We appreciate the flexibility of the menu (you can request 1/2 orders of pasta!) and they have a great wine list!
Wonderful, charming place. Outstanding f ...
Wonderful, charming place. Outstanding food, excellent wine list and an experienced and professional staff. Lattanzi is my first choice for special dates. While it's not required I feel that a jacket and tie meets the standard set by this very classy restaurant.
Delicious food - wonderful service. Onl ...
Delicious food - wonderful service. Only complaint I have is that I felt very rushed...I understand that people eat here pre-theater, but we weren't going to a show. Would have been nicer to have experienced the restaurant at a slower-pace. Still, food was phenomenal.
Pre Wednesday matinee lunch was very del ...
Pre Wednesday matinee lunch was very delicious and filling. Liked the brick walls and white napkins to subdue the overhead lights. The Italian Jewish artichoke appetizer was wonderful (Carciofi alla Giudia). My husband's lamb ragout had large chunks of meat, not shredded or overcooked but just perfect.
This was my first time at this restauran ...
This was my first time at this restaurant and was pleasantly surprised. The décor, ambiance, service and food was impressive. The Halibut wrapped in a potato curst was delicious as was the veal marsala, European Sea Bass (Branzino), and Chicken savored by my family and friends. This restaurant is conveniently located to the theaters nestled on restaurant row. I will definitely be back to dine at this wonderful gem again.
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