I stoped by Sorico for a coffee and yogurt this afternoon and had a lovely time. Service was prompt and very very friendly; the coffee was delicious; and the yogurt very good, albeita little sweet. The room is absolutely beautiful.
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The room is high-ceilinged and surrounded by glass cases with historical China sets. Great place to sip a glass of wine and have an appetizer.
I was at Storico for an early pre-concert dinner on a Saturday night. It was almost empty, while other restaurants in the neighborhood were jammed. The food was excellent, as was the service. I suspect that the place was uncrowded because people just don't expect...More
I made reservations because I have learned that more often than not museum restaurants get very busy and I like to know where I am going to be sitting with my friends. I can describe the food as American (Italian) but we only had the...More
Like may others, I stumbled onto the Caffe Storico while visiting the Historical society and needed to grab a bit for lunch. Just wow! My friend and I like to think of ourselves as foodies, and these was some of the best Italian dishes we'd...More
We just happened on the cafe - and it was excellent. Sophisticated menu, ambiance, food, service, and highly professional style. We recommend it highly.
Usually one eats in a cafe, but Storico is a rather good restaurant comparing favorably with the "Big names," Ther food is excellent, service too. Also one can visit a most interesting museum
We have all been to museums and the equivalent and from time to time have wanted something to eat. Usually the dreary cafeteria, listless service and even more listless food have been the result of that quest. Well the NY Historical Society is a very...More
After our visit at the museum we discovered this jem....We split an Arugula salad.. He had bucatini with clams I had pasta trumpets with cheese, pepper and lobster .. Delicious.,,, We will be back