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Lincoln Ristorante

Dinescore
76 Out of 100
Average
$30 - $50
Cuisine
Italian Italian
2/4 overall

Bloomberg by Ryan Sutton

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Review

Eventually, Jonathan Benno’s $20 million Lincoln should become the destination restaurant it’s meant to be. The food has a long way to go, but the digs are really nice.  more →

Recommended Dishes

Tripe, raviolo.

1.5/4 overall

New York Post by Steve Cuozzo

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Review

On my fourth visit to the wannabe-Italian restaurant Lincoln, merely enjoying pasta I wished I could love, I wondered: Had “Nutcracker” mice run off with the magic we expected of a place newly sprung from Lincoln Center earth?  more →

2/4 overall

New York Times by Sam Sifton

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Review

Lincoln is a large and glittery Italian restaurant under a swooping grass roof on the campus of Lincoln Center, run under the direction of the chef Jonathan Benno and his partners, the Patina Restaurant Group. It is beautiful and quiet behind its glass walls, a restaurant in which it is possible to eat well without really having a good time.  more →

Recommended Dishes

Dinner antipasti and pasta: sea scallop, strozzapreti, cavatelli, rigati; dinner entrees: cod, lamb, veal, eggplant parmigiano, chef’s tasting menu.

1/5 overall

NYMag.com by Adam Platt

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Review

Jonathan Benno’s modernist Lincoln Center Italian hits too many off notes.  more →

Recommended Dishes

Burrata or spaghetti pomodoro, roast lamb, apple crostata.