The Meatball Shop

84 Stanton St, New York City

4.5

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Open Hours:

  • Mon

    11:30 - 02:00, 00:00 - 02:00

  • Tue

    00:00 - 02:00, 11:30 - 02:00

  • Wed

    00:00 - 02:00, 11:30 - 02:00

  • Thu

    00:00 - 02:00, 11:30 - 02:00

  • Fri

    00:00 - 02:00, 11:30 - 04:00

  • Sun

    11:30 - 02:00, 00:00 - 04:00

  • Sat

    00:00 - 04:00, 11:30 - 04:00

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Reviews

  • john gerity

    1
    - 05 September 2018 -

    Way too expensive for so little, and not all that great. Horribly uncomfortable seating. Decent enough service, but it's a waste of money. I'm perplexed by all the good reviews. Maybe I'm just not as "asparagus water" as these other folks.

  • Roz Mays

    5
    - 29 July 2018 -

    I ate the pork meatballs with parmesan sauce over risotto. It was AMAZING. I washed it down with the rose sangria. The staff was warm, I was seated immediately and had a lovely late dinner by myself. Highly, HIGHLY recommend it!

  • Gavin Thomas

    5
    - 25 July 2018 -

    This place is epic. Very tasty, hearty food. Friendly, jovial but professional service. Oh and lovely cold beer.

  • Jakki Fitzgerald

    5
    - 04 June 2018 -

    The Meatball Shop was amazing! Perfectly sized portions, all local & natural foods. My daughter had the spaghetti with meat sauce and I had the pesto sauce and mashed potatoes on the side. Everything was delicious! If I lived in NYC I would recommend this place to all of my friends!

  • dvd dvetdu

    4
    - 04 May 2018 -

    You get this sheet with checklists and a whiteboard marker and you get to compose your own meatball dish/dishes. Simple and tasty! Had meatballs with tomato sauce and spaghetti. Probably would've wanted bit more pasta if it was dinner rather than lunch. For dessert I had vanilla ice cream with a snickerfudge cookie and coffee. Just a very basic place, with basic food. Who doesn't love a nice meatball? Also, it's Italian American meatballs. No Swedish ones on the menu sadly.

  • Kastalia G

    5
    - 02 April 2018 -

    First time here and it didn’t disappoint. I ordered the classic meatball and pasta. The meatballs are very juicy and tasteful. Not salty at all like some other reviews have mentioned.

  • Sara Rehart

    5
    - 01 April 2018 -

    Came here for post drinks meal and it was delicous! Got the hero, which comes with a salad. The salad could've had a bit more dressing. But the food was still good, happy I went!

  • Donnie Santana

    5
    - 22 March 2018 -

    I ordered a meatball sub with pesto and it was a great tasting sub. Environment is very cozy whether you sit at a table or at the bar.

  • Emily Gordon

    5
    - 08 March 2018 -

    Great for for a vegetarian, nice customizability offered by the menu, and fantastic service. Took up a table with a group of four for 2 hours, and the staff was extremely curious the whole time and didn't try to rush us out. Great interior, and very nice service

  • Benjamin Liechty

    4
    - 01 March 2018 -

    The meatball shops are consistently pretty good. All the meatballs we got we're great, my favorite remain the spicy pork with parmesan cream sauce. The braised kale was a bit on the salty side.

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