Diners looking for upscale Italian in Midtown East will want to look into DeGrezia. Before you even think about dinner, you’ll have to peruse the restaurant’s expansive list of more than 450 wines. As for food, everything is made in house, from the pasta to the bread. To start, try the grilled octopus with haricots verts and roasted red potatoes ($19) or sweetbreads pan-seared with mushrooms and marsala wine ($16). Go for some of that homemade pasta with the pappardelle with wild boar and rosemary ($24) or the spinach gnocchi with gorgonzola cream sauce ($23). For your second course, perhaps the boneless quail stuffed with sweet Italian sausages and wrapped in pancetta will tempt you ($34), or maybe you’ll go for a lighter dish of roasted pork tenderloin, cannellini beans and broccoli rabe ($29). If you make reservations for a party of eight or more, you can also opt to order off the family-style prix fixe menu (starts at $75).
Venue says: “Celebrating authentic Italian cuisine, fine wines, and exceptional service since 1986!”
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