Casa Apicii
Stylish choice for seasonal Italian food
Italian · Greenwich Village · $$$
Inside a lofty Village townhouse, this Italian specializes in seasonal plates, pastas and fresh mozzarella, with tasting-menu options for both meat eaters and vegetarians. Starburst chandeliers, leather banquettes and sleek velvet chairs set the tone, while apéritifs encourage lingering at the marble bar.
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hours Open Today · 5:30 PM - 11:00 PM
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Tuesday
5:30 PM - 11:00 PM
Wednesday
5:30 PM - 11:00 PM
Thursday
5:30 PM - 11:00 PM
Friday
5:30 PM - 11:00 PM
Saturday
5:30 PM - 11:00 PM
location 62 West 9th Street, New York, NY 10011, USA phone +1 212-353-8400 website www.casaapicii.com directions Get Directions
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The whole experience was amazing. Service was fantastic. All the staff were incredibly friendly and equally attentive. The food was wonderful. The mushroom side dish was very very good but the Bucaniti pasta was amazing. The shrimp linguine was also super delicious. Everything tasted very fresh. Great ambience. Feels classy but in no way over the top. Definitely coming back!
John Dunlea · April 21, 2018
This restaurant is somewhat hidden and nondescript, but worth visiting time and time again. The interiors are simultaneously intimate but airy; my friend and I could talk without feeling like were on top of other people, and without fearing any eavesdropping. The service is very friendly and attentive as well. The food is delicious. We started with the meatballs as our appetizer. The mix of veal and prosciutto is so rich, and it pairs very well with the marinara sauce, too. I got the linguine with shrimp. It had a creamy texture without being overpowering; the shrimp was firm and had a nice bite; the garlic was fragrant but not too much. It was a very good pasta. My friend got the bucatini all'amatriciana, and she loved it. Olive oil cake dessert looks small, but it is dense and filling. I generally do not like coconut, but the coconut ice cream was a lovely complement to the cake. For cocktails, we had the Casa Apicii and the Saint Paloma. Both were very good, but also very different. The former was stronger and more refreshing (since it had lemon, mint, and ginger), while the latter was more sweet and light (with grapefruit). Highly recommend a dinner here.
Leslie Teng · April 26, 2018
Amazing ambience and ridiculously great food! The lamb should become their signature dish for sure; it was the best I'd ever had! Service was impeccable! They have jazz Sunday nights from 7-9, giving Casa Apicci that perfect date night feel. And the private bar upstairs? To die for. I think my fiance and I just found our new go-to spot!
Amanda Hall · March 7, 2018