Mix and match house-made pastas (pappardelle, garganelli) and sauces (bolognese, wild-boar ragù) at this Italian noodle shop.
|Venue name:||San Marzano||Contact:|
117 Second Ave
|Cross street:||at 7th St|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thur noon–11pm, Fri noon-midnight, Sat 11am–midnight, Sun 11am–11pm|
|Transport:||Subway: 6 to Astor Pl|
|Price:||Average entrée: $9. AmEx, MC, V|
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This place is pretty good. The prices are great. The service is fine. The location is great, right on the corner of 2nd ave next door to Moishes.I came here on a Sunday evening around 5pm, and the place was pretty empty. This usually scares me off, but I reminded myself 5pm is basically a late lunch for most people in Manhattan. It looks very new, decorated well, and cozy. I was surprised to see just how cheap everything on the menu was. We assumed the pasta dishes were going to be tapas style with the price tag (~$9) but the portions were big.
We started off with the buratta appetizer, which comes with some bread and cured meat. It was pretty good. Then we each ordered a panini with intentions to each try half -- we tried the meatball and the grilled chicken one. Also tried a pasta dish but I'm drawing a blank on which one. It was tasty.