The Low Down
What to Drink: The wine list is all Italian and primarily Tuscan. Order either by the glass or bottle ($28-$100).
Know Before You Go: The owners host wine-tasting dinners and opera-themed tastings, so call ahead for a schedule of events.
The Extras: If you come with a party of four or more, the restaurant can design a tasting menu to suit your group's needs ($35-$45 per person).
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
This old drugstore turned Italian eatery finds Catherine de Zagon Louy and her husband, Francois, serving Tuscan fare from an open kitchen. Wine bottles from small vineyards line the pharmacy's shelves. With the selection of olivesâ¦
By liz h at Insider Pages
Locanda has a speakeasy like quality. Fine northern Italian restaurant in created in what was an old pharmacy. Food is cooked behind the pharmacist... Read More
Excellent Italian in a converted old pharmacy. The food ...
By Triada at Menuism
Excellent Italian in a converted old pharmacy. The food is fresh & simply but excellently prepared. For... Read More
A Bit of Tuscany in NYC
By Shannon R. at Judy's Book
After eating here one eveing, an Italian friend of mine dramatically stated that Locanda Vini E Olii has ruined all other Italian restaurants for h... Read More