Hg2 : The Hedonist

Felidia

Behind every great man is a great mom, and if you’ve ever sat salivating in front of your TV when Lydia’s Italian Table is on, you know that Joseph Bastianich learned a thing or seven from his phenomenal mamma and certainly grew up eating very, very well.

When chef Eddy Leroux from Restaurant Daniel wants to be treated, it’s his go-to spot, and we heartily (and hungrily) agree. Housed in an impressive wood-façade townhouse in Midtown, Felidia captures that chic-yet-laid-back Italian spirit in her eatery’s golden sunny rooms, and then takes things a few steps further.

At the bar, you can order half bottles of sparklers and small bottles of wine to go with a snack of panini pre-theater, or go for the full-on Lydia experience. Chef Fortunato Nicotra’s tasting menus are a deal (four courses will cost you an easy $65), and there’s even a special pasta-tasting menu, on which we would never tire of seeing that nod to Calabria, the San Martino-style tagliatelle with a lusty ragu of pork, beef, and veal.

Address
243 East 58th Street (3rd Ave),
Midtown East,
10022
Telephone
+1 212 758 1479
Website
felidia-nyc.com
Opening Times
noon-3pm, 5-10.30pm (11.30pm Fri/Sat); 4-10pmSun. Closed Sat lunch.
Price
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