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Today 11:30 am – 11:45 pm
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415 3rd Ave New York, NY 10016
415 3rd AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10016
$$Italian Restaurant, BarToday 11:30 am – 11:45 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 9:45 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 10:45 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 10:45 pmThursday 11:30 am – 10:45 pmFriday 11:30 am – 11:45 pmSaturday 11:30 am – 11:45 pmSunday 11:30 am – 9:45 pm
Bistango is known for its appetizing Italian fare, casual atmosphere and gracious hospitality. One always feels at home when gathered with friends and family at Bistango.
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Old-school neighborhood Italian restaurant known for its gluten-free options.- Google
"The gluten free bread is amazing!"
"I highly recommend the gluten free butternut squash ravioli."
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Luis & Cheryl
7 months ago
If you are gluten free and you miss your Italian food, THIS IS THE PLACE FOR YOU!!! Everything is wouldn't even know you were eating gluten free! They have so much to choose from and everything is DELICIOUS!! Good thing we don't live near there, or I would be eating there every Friday night! From gluten free calamari to gluten free eggplant lasagna to gluten free red velvet cake, or carrot cake, or apple tart with gelato, or key lime pie, or cheese cake...and I'm sure I'm missing a few! I was so excited to be able to have calamari again!!! Everything is so excellent, that you won't even care how much it costs...although, in my humble opinion, their prices are very reasonable. Go, I'm telling you you will love the food!
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Angel Santos
2 months ago
Great gluten-free food love this place highly recommend it's my favorite place Great for people who have celiac like myself👍
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Joel Schuman
11 months ago
Opening night at the new Upper East Side location. A great start for what is likely to become a favorite neighborhood haunt. Bay artichoke appetizer took me back to Rome. The funghi ravioli were super - and I didn't know it was gluten-free until my wife told me. My hanger steak was perfect. The contorni were delish - especially the gigante beans. The signature house salad is not to be missed. I don't know how, but I found room for coffee gelato - as good as I've had. We'll be back.
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Robert Wagner
8 months ago
Excellent food, drinks, and service, the steak was superb and the cocktails were interesting and well mixed. Desert (tiramasu and chocolate lava torte) was also very good.
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Francesca Pirrello
8 months ago
Undeniably my best gluten free dining experience! From the appetizers to the pasta's to dessert.. everything was fabulous!! I relaxed and enjoyed dinner for the first time in a long time. We went the new uptown location and loved every minute of it. Can't wait to go back!
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Ambrose Wong
10 months ago
Bistango is simply amazing. They have consistently great service and delicious food, and the ambience is relaxed but sophisticated. The owner is very present and checks in at each table personally. I don't have any food allergies myself but I heard that the gluten free menu is one of the best in the city. This is our go-to place for a local romantic dinner!
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Steve Soldwedel
a year ago
Their gluten-free pizzette is one of the better gluten-free pizzas you can get, in New York. Their selection of red wines is perfectly suitable, for me: an average wine drinker with somewhat of a palate. The gluten-free pastas are fantastic. Someone who does not have Celiac or any form of intolerance would neither know nor ever think to complain that they were eating pasta devoid of wheat. One knock is that the pasta portions are very, very small: 5 ravioli for $15. I guess three-bucks per raviolo is reasonable in a town as unreasonable as New York. Still, I have to say, if you're not a hellish tightwad and you've got the money to spare, eat the damned pasta; it's so, so good. Another knock is that the (I think there are only) two gluten-free desserts are lackluster. The flourless chocolate cake is really tasty, but it's sometimes old enough to be noticeable. The creme brulee is also pretty tasty but after just two spoonfulls, the sheer overdose of sugar is too much to bear. It's so sweet that it hurts. I admit, though, that I don't have much of a sweet tooth. If eating a bag of sugar with a spoon and blowtorch is your idea of heaven, you'll love it. I never gloss over the bad, about anything, but there is so much good about Bistango it really does serve to override any mitigating issues. Go there. This is a place that deserves the business it gets: great food, wonderful service.
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Fatimah Bahandari
a year ago
had a great time its cozy and well appointed, the staff was very friendly and the cute Brazillian bartender "gracy" was amazing she makes a mean mojito we will definitely be back again!!


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