(212) 777-2410
2 Lexington Ave at Gramercy Park N New York NY
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9.4 (1397 Oy)

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The contadino is two perfectly poached (soft) eggs with sauteed seasonal vegetables. Right now its corn cherry tomatoes and jalapeños. This is the perfect breakfast -Fred

The breakfast at Maialono is great. Cappuccino is excellent and I alternate between the Contadino and the Currant Pecan Granola with Yogurt and Fruit -Fred

Get the breakfast yogurt with balsamic vinegar on it -Fred

Popular midday dishes include the peppered chicken on arugula ($19); marinated sea bass with asparagus on a salad ($19); and the pasta with black pepper, egg and guanciale, cured pig jowl ($15). -The Wall Street Journal

Cappuccino and Caramellato for breakfast when you need to kick it in gear -Fred

While mostly known for dinner, brunch is great, too. Try the sweet ricotta pancakes ($15) and the delicious pork sausages ($7). -The Food Sluts

The flavors are traditional Roman at Danny Meyer’s latest, with standout versions of bucatini all’Amatriciana and trippa alla Trasteverina. Featured in Where to Eat 2011! -nymag

This Roman restaurant in the Gramercy Park, helmed by Nick Anderer, offers one of our favorite breakfasts in the city. -Serious Eats

Recommended: Salumi, fried artichokes, tripe, pastas, swordfish, deviled chicken, roast suckling pig. For dessert, revive yourself with a simple affogato: vanilla ice cream drowned in espresso. -The New York Times

Suckling pig, seriously, just simply amazing! -Cory

Gluten free bread. Gluten Free Fettucine. WIN! -Andrea

The city’s best roast chicken is served at an Italian joint? Apparently so, says the Underground Gourmet, who deemed the spicy, impeccably rendered pollo alla diavola here their favorite. -nymag

Suckling pig for two very special--order in advance. -Ginny

The best carbonara in town. -Alessandro

The Cacio e Pepe eggs at breakfast is one of the finest dishes in all the land. -Mike

Ricotta pancakes at brunch are spectacular. A must-order. -Jessica

Taste: Bucatini all’Amatriciana, oxtails, veal T-bone or braised lamb with onions, sformato di ricotta. Secret -> Maialino serves Italian-themed breakfast, featuring ricotta pancakes, and poached eggs -7th.List

We appreciate Maialino's “academic devotion” to those Roman dishes, painstakingly prepared by master chef Nick Anderer. Our turnip ravioli was petite but super delicious.

The seasonal pastas are some of the best items on chef Nick Anderer's menu. [Eater 38 Member] -Eater

Get the suckling pig. -Spencer