Barbetta

321 W 46th St
(bet. 8th & 9th Ave.)
New York
Celebrating its 111th Year, Barbetta is the oldest restaurant in New York still owned by its founding family. Barbetta is also New York's oldest Italian restaurant and the oldest restaurant in the Theater District. This three-fold distinction has earned it landmark status by the Locali Storici d'Italia. In a glittering interior decorated with 18th century Italian antiques Barbetta serves the cuisine of Piemonte, Italy's northwestern most region. In summer, its exuberantly verdant garden with century-old trees and scented with the blooms of wisteria, oleander, jasmine and gardenia make it a most sought-after site for al fresco dining.
Menus
Dining style:
Fine Dining
Cuisine:
Italian
Seating capacity:
  • Main Dining Room:
    120
  • Group Dining:
    Minimum 10
  • Garden:
    85
  • Rose Room:
    36
  • Mirrors Gallery:
    22
  • Wine Library:
    18
  • Gaden Room:
    12
Hours of operation:
  • Tuesday - Saturday: 12:00pm - 12:00am
Entertainment:
Background Music
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