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Italian Restaurant

Del Posto

19 locals recommend · Estimated price 4 out of 4 ·
About this place
Del Posto is the richest and most refined creation of Joe Bastianich, Lidia Bastianich and Executive Chef Melissa Rodriguez. In October of 2010, Del Posto received a glowing four-star review from The New York Times, the first Italian restaurant to do so in nearly 40 years...
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Lauren & James
Lauren & James
October 25, 2018
Updated Italian classics in palatial surroundings from Joseph & Lidia Bastianich.
January 11, 2018
Del Posto is the first Italian restaurant in almost 40 years to be awarded 4 stars from the New York Times. It can best be described as an evolution of cuisines, menus, service, and ambiance that have characterized the history of the Italian dining experience in this country. …
April 15, 2017
Divine Italian food in an incredible atmosphere. Celebrity Chef owned downtown hot spot. Make a reservation in advance!
Banner Living
Banner Living
April 13, 2017
Updated Italian classics in palatial surroundings from Mario Batali & Joseph & Lidia Bastianich.
Carmine + Adrienne
Carmine + Adrienne
September 20, 2016
Italian restaurant. Mario Batali. Expensive but worth it.

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85 10th Avenue
Manhattan, NY 10011
Phone+1 212-497-8090
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens 5:30 PM
Serves the following meal typesLunch, Dinner
Credit Cards
Yes (incl. Discover & Visa)
Outdoor Seating
Live Music
Lunch, Dinner
Wine, Full Bar, Cocktails
Dining Options
No Delivery
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