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403 E 12th St New York, NY 10009
403 E 12th StUSNYNew York10009
$$$American Restaurant, Tuscan RestaurantToday 6:00 – 11:00 pm
Monday 6:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 6:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 6:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 6:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 6:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 6:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 6:00 – 10:00 pm
Executive Chef Marco Canora and Beverage Director Paul Grieco bring fine-dining to the East Village with a focus on seasonal ingredients and a diverse wine list
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Upscale Tuscan-American restaurant whose open kitchen bar offers an intimate look behind the scenes.- Google
People talk about tasting menu, marco canora, gnocchi, dining experience and meatballs
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Lori Luo
reviewed a month ago
Hearth has managed to retain a charm and character of its own through time; after all, not many restaurants in Manhattan can pass the 10 year mark. Overseen by Chef Marco Canora, the restaurant has continued to serve rustic Italian fare without the frills and extra garnishes that have become routine for most other restaurants in the city. The recent brunch menu is a positive addition to the repertoire; the Poached Eggs over Kale are perfectly cooked and pair well with the seasoned greens. For dinner, the Veal and Ricotta Meatballs are a must order and do well as a signature dish.
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Lara Ruth
reviewed 5 months ago
The tasting menu is where it's at - with small portions that really make you feel as if you have tried the menu. The vibe here is classy, yet very casual. When I was there, we were lucky enough to get to have the homemade macaroni with a housemade ricotta and their marscapone cheesecake with candied sunflower seeds and golden raisins. Both were delicious!
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Lydia M
reviewed 11 months ago
Love this place. If you are walking into it expecting traditional Tuscan food, you may be a bit surprised. If we could have, we would have ordered every item on the seasonal menu. My mate had a lamb dish that was amazing. I had a bronzino with fresh ramps and sunchokes. The server told us that the chef picks up the ingredients fresh from the market daily, and it is evident in the dishes. There are times when a hyped restaurant serves food that seems slapped together, but not here. Every dish came out like it was cooked with purpose. Can't wait to go back.
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Meg Smith
reviewed 3 months ago
Hearth is good if you're into upscale interpretations of standard dishes. Think poached swordfish with trout row, microgreens and applesauce alongside root vegetables that had been roasted so long they resembled prunes, ingredients like labne and escarole where you wouldn't expect them. It sounds interesting in theory, but the reality felt a bit pompous. Gnocchi would have been simple and delicious had it not been coated in a far too thick layer of salt and pepper. We didn't check the menu before popping in for dinner; it was our own fault that nothing really appealed to us. Service was pleasant and ever present, almost to a fault. Water glasses will never go dry, but the hovering got to be a bit much. The space is large and warm and nicely decorated. A lovely place to take a date or one's parents, so log as everyone is an adventurous eater.
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John O'Connor
reviewed in the last week
Our service was friendly, but Hearth is way overpriced for what it is, which is a B restaurant. I had rabbit and polenta which was average at best. If I'm paying $36 for an entree, I can think of 20 places I'd rather go in the Village than Hearth.
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Kevin Sheldon
reviewed a year ago
Warm, charming, and inviting. The food is very good—in some cases excellent. And since Hearth is the sister of the Terroir winebar chain, the drinks list is ludicrously comprehensive.


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