Last night we went out with 5 friends to SD26.
When my friends told me where we were going and I didn't ever hear of it, I became skeptical. (That's how I roll)
Of course, I did a search and realized it was the San Domenico, formerly on Central Park South.
19 East 26th street
It is actually next to one of our favorite conversions:
Mrs. Z and I got there a few minutes to witness some older men in double breasted suits, trying to make the moves on some ladies at least 25 years there junior.
When everyone arrived, we were whisked to our table.
The place is very nicely designed with an open kitchen.
We had a fantastic white wine, similar to a Pinot Grigio. (It must have been good, we knocked back 4 bottles).
The charcuterie and cheese course were dope.
My Octopus appetizer was perfectly cooked, not huge, but delicious.
My fettucini rocked and everyone seemed to really enjoy!
We were so full and were not capable to devour dessert, but because we were VIP, we were sent out 5 desserts and dessert wine, "on the arm!"
Wow- there was not one spot of dessert left on the plates. They were straight forward, made with love and executed perfectly!
PS- it is always nice when an owner comes over just to say hi. Both Tony May and his daughter, Marisa popped by our table to see how we were doing.