L'Artusi
Italian small-plates specialist
Italian · West Village · $$$
The Zagat Review
4.7
Food
4.3
Decor
4.4
Service
 
“Incredible” pastas and other “creative” Italian dishes are “done with great care” at this “happening” West Village “standout” where the “polished” staffers also curate an “impeccable wine list” ; the “intimate” bi-level digs “bustle” with a “youngish crowd” , so “bring ear plugs” – and good luck getting a reservation.
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hours Open Today · 5:30 PM - 11:00 PM
Chevron
Monday
5:30 PM - 11:00 PM
Tuesday
5:30 PM - 11:00 PM
Wednesday
5:30 PM - 11:00 PM
Thursday
5:30 PM - 12:00 AM
Friday
5:30 PM - 12:00 AM
Saturday
5:30 PM - 12:00 AM
Sunday
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
 
5:30 PM - 11:00 PM
location 228 W 10th St # 1, New York, NY 10014, United States phone +1 212-255-5757 website lartusi.com directions Get Directions
What To Order
Grilled mushrooms
Garganelli
Olive oil cake
Insider Tip
One of the best seats in the house is at the chef’s counter, which overlooks the open kitchen, offering a view of the action.
Known For
Private rooms
Brunch
Lively scenes
Zagat Mentions of L'Artusi
Google Reviews
4.6
(347)
Food was great. Had beef carpaccio, butter lettuce, tagliatelle, pork chop, and olive oil cake. By far the best pork chop ever! Service was impeccable...she was friendly, attentive, knowledgeable. Only issue was tight quarters and bust person bumped me several times without acknowledging otherwise a must try! Closer to 4.7 stars :)
Lee Chan · February 6, 2018
I would have given 3 and a half if I could but settled for four stars because our server was super nice. We had the mushroom for appetizer and three pasta dishes. Our appetizer was very, very good, and all pasta dishes were cooked to al dante. However, pasta was too salty for our palates, and I believe there are better options for pasta in Manhattan.
Hwajin Shin · February 18, 2018
Impromptu decision to visit and walk around the West Village. We came to L'Artusi (on West 10th St.) for a late night walk-in dinner (less than 30 minute wait, during which we walked around the area). The food was very good, the food prices were surprisingly gentle (no dish over $30 for this high quality in Manhattan is quite gentle), but I thought that the wine list bottle prices were borderline astronomical. I stuck to the more modest by-the-glass offerings. It might be worth inquiring in future whether they have a corkage policy for bringing your own vino.
David Abeshouse · January 3, 2018