Carmine’s Italian Restaurant in New York City is the perfect gathering place for families and large groups. Don’t let the high prices fool you. The dishes are huge and meant for sharing. Carmine’s two locations on the Upper West Side and in Time’s Square serve a variety of traditional Italian pasta and meat dishes, as well as fresh seafood and antipasti. This legendary eatery was founded by Artie Cutler in 1990 and still holds true to its mission of giving guests the warm and friendly feeling of an Italian-American wedding. Carmine’s aims to deliver the basics of delicious food, good wine, and a great atmosphere to each and every guest. Be sure to make reservations several weeks in advance because a table at Carmine’s is always in high demand.
- Carmine’s serves Italian cuisine in portions that are intended to be shared by all at the table.
- with family style dining, Carmine’s is ideal for large groups and families
- If reserving a table for the holidays, it is recommended to do so at least three months in advance
“If you would like a three or four course meal, Carmine’s is an affordable option compared to many other restaurants in the city.”