110 Waverly Pl
New York, NY 10011

Phone: 212-777-0303
Phone: 212-353-8064

Map / Directions Map / Directions

Hours:
Mon-Sat 5:30pm-11:15pm; Sun 5pm-10:45pm

Dining Options:
Bar / Lounge, Bar Dining, Disabled Accessible, Non-Smoking, Pastry Chef, Sommelier, Wine Cellar

Cuisine:
European, Italian


10BEST Says

Greenwich Village's Best Restaurants: Located in a fairly magical former coach house on a quiet block of Waverly Place, Babbo reinvented the venerable New York City Italian restaurant scene when it opened in 1998. And, you know what? It's still got it: helmed by culinary dream team Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich, Babbo has award-winning cuisine, an A-list clientele (a bibulous Bill Clinton once famously paid a visit) and, with eight-course tasting menus starting at $80, expense-account worthy pricing. But Molto Mario delivers, serving succulent Southern Italian fare like spicy lamb sausage with mint and sweet pea puree, and popular pastas like Chianti-stained pappardelle with wild boar ragu.

Italian: Tucked away on Waverly Place in a former coach house, Babbo offers Italian in its purest form. Known for its classic simplicity both in décor and menu selections, this establishment provides diners with exotically named, sumptuous pastas and meats flavored to perfection by chef Mario Batali. Top off your meal with an authentic Italian wine from the extensive wine list. The lovely bi-level setting and skylight provide connoisseurs with the perfect backdrop to a truly unique meal. TRAIN: A, C, E, B, D, F, Q to W 4th St


Insider Tips

Local Expert Says:

Greenwich Village's Best Restaurants: "One of Babbo's many claims to fame is developing a modern American appetite for offal. Get hip to the nose-to-tail movement in dishes like calf's brain Franchobolli and arugula-topped pig's foot Milanese."

Best for Greenwich Village's Best Restaurants Because: One of the city's hottest tables for nearly two decades, Babbo remains the freshest face of Italian fine dining in New York and beyond.

10Best List photo 10BEST says

Greenwich Village's Best Restaurants: Located in a fairly magical former coach house on a quiet block of Waverly Place, Babbo reinvented the venerable New York City Italian restaurant scene when it opened in 1998. And, you know what? It's still got it: helmed by culinary dream team Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich, Babbo has award-winning cuisine, an A-list clientele (a bibulous Bill Clinton once famously paid a visit) and, with eight-course tasting menus starting at $80, expense-account worthy pricing. But Molto Mario delivers, serving succulent Southern Italian fare like spicy lamb sausage with mint and sweet pea puree, and popular pastas like Chianti-stained pappardelle with wild boar ragu.

Italian: Tucked away on Waverly Place in a former coach house, Babbo offers Italian in its purest form. Known for its classic simplicity both in décor and menu selections, this establishment provides diners with exotically named, sumptuous pastas and meats flavored to perfection by chef Mario Batali. Top off your meal with an authentic Italian wine from the extensive wine list. The lovely bi-level setting and skylight provide connoisseurs with the perfect backdrop to a truly unique meal. TRAIN: A, C, E, B, D, F, Q to W 4th St

10Best List photo Insider Tips

Local Expert Anjali Mansukhani Says:

Greenwich Village's Best Restaurants: "One of Babbo's many claims to fame is developing a modern American appetite for offal. Get hip to the nose-to-tail movement in dishes like calf's brain Franchobolli and arugula-topped pig's foot Milanese."

Best for Greenwich Village's Best Restaurants Because: One of the city's hottest tables for nearly two decades, Babbo remains the freshest face of Italian fine dining in New York and beyond.

Lunch

Antipasti
Primi
Secondi
Contorni
Specials
Tasting Menu

Dinner

Antipasti
Primi
Secondi
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Specials

Tasting Menus

Pasta Tasting Menu
Traditional Tasting Menu

Dessert

Dolci e Formaggi
Vino al Bicchiere "da Formaggio"

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