Eater named Maialino as one of New York’s top 18 pasta destinations. See the full list.
“Maialino is a terrific restaurant to eat in any time of day, but we’re going to let you in on a not-very-well-kept secret: Maialino is absolutely incredible at brunch. The light will be shining in, and you’ll be across the street from Gramercy Park, and you’ll be eating some exceptional food. You can have an
“Danny Meyer’s Roman-themed restaurant is well-known for its breakfast menu, and it similarly serves a winning weekend brunch. The food along with the classic Meyer-standard hospitality make the meal feel luxurious. Popular items include the cacio e pepe with soft scrambled egg, ricotta pancakes, the olive oil muffin, and the toffee-glazed brioche bun.” See the
“‘Danny Meyer does things right, as usual’ at this ‘love song to Rome’ overlooking Gramercy Park, where ‘sublime’ farm-to-table Italian fare and ‘stellar wines’ come in ‘delightful’, ‘buzzing’ digs via a ‘welcoming’ pro staff.” Maialino was also listed on several “Best of NYC” lists, including Best Brunch Spots, Best Homemade Pasta, Best Upscale Happy Hours,
“[Maialino’s] pancakes, which come two to an order, are satisfyingly big, thick, and perfectly round, tantalizingly crisp-edged and custardy.” Read the full story here
Designer Brad Ford picked Maialino as his favorite power lunch in NYC. Read the full interview here.
“Now that eating long pasta in front of a suitor is an option, share plates of Maialino’s tonnarelli cacio e pepe and spaghetti alla carbonara while enjoying a bottle of wine from the restaurant’s mighty, Italian-leaning wine list. It’s a wonderful spot to show someone they are special, without it feeling too over the top.”
Maialino is one of the restaurant’s that President Barack Obama dined at during his presidency. Read the full story
Maialino is listed as one of the “longtime great restaurants whose All-Star excellence has been crucial in establishing New York’s now indisputable reputation as the gastronomic capital of the world.” Read the full story here.
“Danny Meyer’s Maialino, which focuses on the foods of Rome, [is] a destination for Nebbiolo from Piedmont… But its Barolo bar, showcasing old bottles at amazingly low prices, is practically a public service for the Italian wine-obsessed.” Read the full story here.