Lucky Duck nibbles the olive pizza at Noi Due. Yum yum!
I made a new friend, Sarri, at The Gift of Life Bone Marrow Gala in November. Tonight, we reconnected, and she picked a wonderful spot for us to eat a fantastic Italian meal on the Upper West Side – Noi Due.
Packed and lively, yet cozy and friendly
They don’t take reservations, so be prepared to wait. It’s worth it. Half of New York agrees; everyone is happy to wait for a table here. For our two top, it was only 15-20 minutes. We drank the House Sangria while we waited, and it was delish!
Fresh, house-baked bread and a great menu
We ordered the Sweet Potato soup, Eggplant, Artichoke Salad, and Olive Pizza. Next time will be a total cheese-fest – I’m getting the macaroni and cheese balls and the four cheese lasagna.
The Dolce de Leche dessert is worth a video
I can’t wait to come back
You should definitely check it out. I know you won’t be disappointed!
For those people reading this who don’t live in New York, the blue A in the window is GOOD – this isn’t The Scarlet Letter. In New York, the Health Department does random inspections on food establishments and awards a letter grade that you HAVE to post in your window. Noi Due has gotten the best grade.