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Sotto 13

Restaurants, Italian West Village
5 out of 5 stars
(8user reviews)

Time Out says

Flatiron's Bigoli reopens as a 70-seat trattoria serving rustic Italian fare. Family-size pasta dishes (like a shrimp-studded linguine), small cheese plates and wood-fired pizzas are served at large, communal tables. Cap your meal off with a classic Italian dessert like panna cotta or tiramisu.

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Address: 140 W 13th St
New York
10011
Cross street: between Sixth and Seventh Aves
Transport: Subway: 1, 2, 3 to 14th St
Price: Average main course: $21. AmEx, MC, V
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Opening hours: Mon–Thu noon–11pm; Fri noon–midnight; Sat 11am–midnight; Sun 11am–10pm
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Users say (8)

5 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4.4 / 5

Rating Breakdown

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  • 4 star:4
  • 3 star:0
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Tastemaker

Came here on a whim with some friends on a Saturday night around 7ish, it was not crowded at all, but it did get super busy later. We got 2 pizzas and 2 pastas to share between 4 of us plus a dessert. I would 100% go back here again, the restaurant was huge, the service was great the ambiance was amazing, 4+ stars. 


Rating for happy hour only!

This is one of those spots that you want to keep to yourself! Sotto13 has won me over with their summer cocktail menu, full of delicious frozen drinks that aren't overly generic or boring. Highly recommend sitting on the patio for a few drinks this summer.

tastemaker

Attended this place for brunch.  The way it works for a bottomless brunch is you pick a pizza, two entrees and some sides for the table and get bottles of champagne to split.  The pizzas were great! We got two classic margheritas between four girls and finished them off so quickly. The bacon sides were extra crispy and cooked to perfection.  Our only complaint was the french toast was a little bit soggy and flavorless.  Definitely stick with the more savory dishes!

tastemaker

Loved this place! We split the salami pizza and the carbonara and both were DELICIOUS! The pizza had pickled peppers on it which really elevated the flavor. Reasonably priced too! I thought the portion sizes were totally fine.


Cozy restaurant with delicious Italian platters.  Visited recently and the restaurant has seating area in the front and back of restaurant.  The back is a bit more cozy, but also can be a bit louder.  The front is the opposite.  I got a margherita pizza appetizer and arugula salad to share.  The pizza was tasty and the salad was good, but quite small.  For entree, I had the homemade fettucine and it was delightful  and the fresh pasta was perfect.  Wine was moderately priced and the dessert menu looked good, but didn't try anything.  

tastemaker

One of the loveliest places for a dinner. I recommend it for groups if you book well in advance so you can order from their prix fixe menu. You get bread, salad, meatballs, pizza, pasta, and for the table for $48 per person. It's pricey but definitely worth it if you're coming in hungry. Everything was delicious and the lamb pasta is super delicious. All of the pastas were really great and we had a ton of leftovers that everyone brought home. 

tastemaker

Yet another great brunch option in NYC! What makes this brunch great though is the unique menu. While you can order off the menu a la carte, they also have a sharing menu called "social brunch" menu - which is a lot more fun! Though everyone at your table must participate, you split the menu with one person and it all cost $35. This menu includes a pizza, two entrees, a side dish, and a choice between a mimosa carafe, a bloody Mary carafe, or a bottle of prosecco. I recommend the Tuscan farmhouse pizza, focaccia french toast, and eggs al forno. The restaurant is also a really nice restaurant with a fun atmosphere, so feel free to dress up a little bit if you feel like it! 


I recently went to Sotto 13 for the happy hour. From the happy hour menu alone, my two friends and I ate a delicious and filling dinner. Until 7:30pm, drinks were 2 for $13, and we could mix and match from a list of beer, wine and cocktails. We shared an unexpectedly amazing wood-fired capicola pizza for $10 (normally $18), an appetizer of five arancini for $5 and an appetizer of meatballs for...$7? We sat outside at a table on a quiet street, and our waiter was very friendly. A great spot to lounge and snack.