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    11:30 - 22:30

  • Mon

    12:00 - 23:00

  • Tue

    12:00 - 23:00

  • Wed

    12:00 - 23:00

  • Thu

    12:00 - 23:00

  • Fri

    12:00 - 23:30

  • Sat

    11:30 - 23:30

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Reviews

  • Matt Goltz

    2
    - 11 September 2018 -

    Was in NYC for 24 hours and went to Marea for dinner based on a friend's recommendation. We were seated promptly for our 10:30 reservation, and our drink and food orders were taken in timely fashion, as would be expected at any Michelin restaurant. Our appetizers were brought to the table soon thereafter, and both the scampi crudo and octopus were good. But this is when our experience sharply declined, and in reading other reviews, it appears service can be very hit or miss; not acceptable for a restaurant of this caliber, and probably the worst service of any Michelin restaurant we have visited. Our two pasta entrees took over an hour to reach our table. Not once were we checked on by servers, and it wasn't until I started glancing around that another server (not ours) took notice of our predicament. Our server then apologized for the delay once the dishes were brought out, and the entrees were mediocre at best. But that was the last we ever saw of our server, as another who we hadn't seen all night appeared to have taken over. There was no transition introduction or explanation, and this server's demeanor was not becoming of such a restaurant. By this time, tables that had sat one hour after we had were already wrapping up their meals. We skipped dessert feeling there was no need to drop any more cash for such an experience, and then spoke to the gentleman at the host stand on the way out to discuss what had taken place. He apologized and said we would be taken care of on our next visit, but we live on the west coast and won't be in NYC for a while, and at this no other "compensation" was offered. For anyone who claims this was their best Michelin experience in the world, do yourself a favor and visit Spain and Italy. There you'll eat ten times better at a fraction of the cost.

  • Makal Lukal

    5
    - 10 September 2018 -

    Best food I've ever had in a Michelin-starred restaurant. The service was excellent and unpretentious. The food was out of this world. Octopus and the lamb were fantastic. They are BYOB albeit the corkage fee is high. They also offer great ambiance and location.

  • Elliott Fisher

    5
    - 07 September 2018 -

    I love this restaurant, but . . . the service can be kinda lame, or at best inconsistent, for a place with 2 Michelin stars. In fact, it probably has the worst service of any 2-star restaurant I've visited. The welcome from the hostess station is rarely warm or genuine and the wait staff often check in too infrequently. Last week, our waiter served our entrees while two at our table were in the bathroom. When I asked why uni is not offered with the Strozzepreti during lunch as it is on the dinner menu, I was told it was out of season. That explanation does not compute: a 2-star Michelin restaurant in New York City that specializes in seafood can find quality, in-season uni from somewhere. In fact, Santa Barbara uni is in peak season right now. When we left, I had a feeling that I would not return, but then I realized that just because the service isn't at the level it should be, it really doesn't bother me enough to not go back. I just wish they would put more energy into the service. Bottom line: the service can be frustrating, and the food is delicious. A reluctant 5 stars.

  • Kevin Huang

    5
    - 09 July 2018 -

    A classic seafood establishment. - Outstanding service - Fresh and well prepared seafood - amazing fresh pasta - great value Probably one of the highest value ways to dine at a 2 Michelin star rated restaurant in NYC. The recommended 4 courses is a good amount of outstanding food and provides you with many options. The great service then brings the experience home.

  • Dan

    5
    - 23 June 2018 -

    Well deserved Michelin stars. It was my first experience at a Michelin restaurant and I had very high expectations. From the start, the service was impeccable. Everyone there had a very calm demeanor and went out of their way to meet your preferences. They knew we had to leave by a certain time, so they timed their dishes perfectly so that we'd get out exactly when I told them I had to leave by. Not only that, they made excellent recommendations after asking some questions about our tastes. Food was top notch and the portions were plenty. The steak there was really underrated - it was one of the best steaks I had, better than Peter Luger's. The fusili of course was an experience in itself. The last picture of the chocolate dessert was courtesy of the chef :) I am not sure when, but I would be definitely up to return here for a special event!

  • Sophie Q

    5
    - 27 May 2018 -

    This is truly a clean and pleasant place to eat at with family. The staff is so pleasant and very attentive, and the food on gosh the food is AMAZING!!!! EVERY DISH!!! and I mean every dish, they do not disappoint. If I could give them 7 stars I would!! They also have another area for a small family event which is so great! I'm going to have my sons engagement here. Can't wait! I reccomend this place to everyone I had a great experience!!!

  • A P

    5
    - 21 May 2018 -

    Marea is one of those restaurants, like Eleven Madison Park, that you walk into knowing it’s going to be incredible. The food, especially the pasta, is exquisite. Service is top notch as well - the staff know the menu inside and out, and they take excellent care of you. It's also a great place for group dinners since the noise level is suited for good conversation. Spectacular experience!

  • Milton Ribeiro

    5
    - 20 April 2018 -

    Best food I've ever had in a Michelin-starred restaurant. The service was excellent and unpretentious. The food was out of this world. Octopus and the lamb were fantastic. They are BYOB albeit the corkage fee is high. They also offer great ambiance and location.

  • Vincent Colangelo

    5
    - 04 April 2018 -

    This restaurant is our favorite in all of NYC...Quite simply the essence of fine dining. The architecture is meticulous and the acoustics are perfect. Always fully booked, you can barely hear the folks at the neighboring tables.

  • Rui Xiong

    5
    - 30 March 2018 -

    My buddy had showed me some lovely food pics from this place so I had set my mind to try all the dishes. Fortunately, I didn’t get too far. I missed a few but everything I had were great. Service was up to expectation for this kind of place. Recommend

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