Casa Nonna

Restaurants, Italian Hell's Kitchen
5 out of 5 stars
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Casa Nonna
Casa Nonna

This spin-off of a popular Washington, D.C., trattoria, from the BLT restaurant group, brings rustic Italian to Hell's Kitchen. Chef Julio Genao dispatches Northern Italian plates from an open kitchen. Settle into the main dining room—featuring brown leather banquettes, antique mirrors and wine-crate tables—for traditional dishes, such as a wood-fired Margherita pizza, porchetta al forno (suckling pig with mustard greens), and orecchiette with broccoli rabe and fennel sausage.


Venue name: Casa Nonna
Address: 310 W 38th St
New York
Cross street: between Eighth and Ninth Aves
Opening hours: Mon–Thu 11:30am–2pm, 5:30–10:30pm; Fri 11:30am–2pm, 5:30–11:30pm; Sat 5:30–11:30pm; Sun 5–10pm
Transport: Subway: A, C, E, 1, 2, 3 to 34th St–Penn Station
Price: Average main course: $24. AmEx, Diner's Club, Disc, MC, V
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Looking for an amazing non-douchey happy hour, conveniently located for midtown west post-work shenanigans? Just far enough to be considered Hell's Kitchen (between 8th and 9th), and also far enough to deter the usual rambunctious crowd from treading the extra block. I've been here for the happy hour in the bar area a couple times now and can attest to the awesome happy hour menu which includes wines, beers and cocktails for under $6. They also have food on happy hour that includes a $7 steak tartare and similarly priced calamari (in hefty portions!), and food orders are met with insanely fresh, hot, and delicious rosemary focaccia bread that is not to be missed. Really delicious food, great wines, and a hard-to-find super chill post-work astmosphere.

Generally good service, food is great, and they bring you this rosemary flatbread before your meal.  It's to die for! The pastas are the best.