Get to Know Italian Wine Maialino’s wine classes return for winter 2018. Join us for informal wine classes each Saturday at the Wine Counter. We’ll spend an hour learning about (and tasting!) five classic wines of a different Italian region. Everyone is welcome, whether you’re just getting into the wonderful world of Italian wine, or
Join Wine Director Jenni Guizio for these intimate wine dinners at our 5-seat wine counter. We pair flights of wines with multi-course tasting menus hailing from the same regions as the wines. September 18th – Wines of Giulio Gambelli Giulio was a master of Tuscan wine, and a fierce proponent of the Sangiovese grape. Join
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,
“Ever go to Maialino and wish you could order every single pasta on the menu? That dream can become a reality in Maialino’s private room, which seats up to 24 and overlooks Gramercy Park. Your group can order from a variety of exclusive family style menus to ensure that no one is forced to choose
“[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.”