Carmine’s Menu Prices

Carmine’s is an Italian family-style restaurant. Their menu is mainly Southern Italian cooking. Regulars often liken the dining experience to attending an Italian American wedding feast.

We are now open for business! Outdoor and Indoor Dining + Pick-up & Delivery. As of 12/27/21, NYC mandates that all guests present proof of vaccination against COVID-19 and 12+ must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to dine indoors.

Outdoor Dining is available. Each guest must provide a CDC card or photo, excelsior pass, NYC Covid Safe App, and photo ID to dine indoors.

The restaurant is famous for its generous meal portions. Meals are often so large that 2 to 3 people can share. The food is typically old-fashioned, home cooked-style.

 

ItemSizePrice
Appetizers
Spicy Scarpariello Wings$33.95
Garlic Bread Parm$17.95
Zuppa Di Clams$26.95
Zuppa Di Mussels$22.95
Stuffed Artichoke$22.95
Stuffed Mushrooms$23.95
Spiedini Alla Romana$24.95
Fried Calamari$32.95
Fried Zucchini$22.95
Cold Antipasto$39.95
Hot Antipasto$39.95
Carmine's Salad$31.95
Mixed Green Salad$28.95
Caesar Salad$29.95
Portobellos Parmigiana$19.95
Grilled Portobello Salad$29.95
Roasted Peppers with Anchovies with Mozzarella$19.95
Baked Clams$27.95
Pasta
Angel hair, linguine, penne, spaghetti or rigatoni
Clam Sauce - Red or White$37.95
Shrimp - Red or White$39.95
Calamari - Red or White$34.95
Mixed Seafood - Red or White
Ragu (Assorted Meats)$38.95
Pomodoro$31.95
Garlic and Oil$30.95
Rigatoni and Broccoli$29.95
Rigatoni with Sausage and Broccoli$35.95
Meatballs$36.95
Sausage$34.95
Marinara$31.95
Giardiniera$34.95
Ravioi with Cheese$32.95
Rigatoni Country Style$37.95
Manicotti$34.95
Lasagna$36.95
Penne Alla Vodka$34.95
Bolognese Meat Sauce$32.95
Chicken
Chicken Scarpariello$36.95
Chicken Contadina$49.95
Chicken Parmigiana$34.95
Chicken Marsala$34.95
Chicken Scaloppine with Lemon and Butter$34.95
Chicken Saltimbocca$37.95
Veal
Veal Cutlet$37.95
Veal Parmigiana$40.95
Veal Scaloppine Marsala$38.95
Veal Scaloppine with Lemon and Butter$39.95
Veal Saltimbocca$40.95
Seafood
Shrimp Marinara$37.95
Shrimp Scampi$37.95
Shrimp Parmigiana$38.95
Shrimp Fra Diavolo$37.95
Salmon Oreganata
Broiled Lobster Oreganata
Lobster Fra Diavolo
Beef
Broiled Porterhouse Steak
Porterhouse Contadina
Porterhouse Pizzaiola
Porterhouse with Peppers and Onions
Vegetables and Sides
Escarole$15.95
Broccoli$16.95
Spinach$17.95
Eggplant Parmigiana$31.95
Peppers and Onions$14.95
Sausage$17.95
Meatballs$21.95
Raw Bar
Shrimp Cocktail$32.95 - $22.95
Clams on the Half Shell$19.95
House Specialties
Chicken Alla RomanaServed on monday
Rack of LambServed on tuesday
Double Cut Veal ChopServed on wednesday
Beef TenderloinServed on thursday
Chicken Alla RomanaServed on friday
Prime Rib ChopServed on saturday
Four Pasta SpecialServed on sunday
Desserts
Italian Cheesecake (For 4)$26.95
Bread Pudding$22.95
Chocolate Cannoli$20.95
Tiramisu$24.95
Tartufi$16.95
Strawberry Shortcake$18.95
Chocolate Torta$20.95
Fresh Fruit Platter$22.95
Titanic$30.95

 

Carmine’s is a family-style restaurant offering exceptional value to its patrons from the many cuisines of Southern Italian recipes. Restaurateur Artie Cutler created Carmine’s with a singular vision, bringing his guests the “wow-factor” sized portions and making every meal taste like an Italian American wedding union.

Homemade desserts, Platters of made to order pasta, and of course decadent seafood or meat entrees are all available at Carmine’s, meant for sharing among family and friends.

When good food and wine goes with knowledgeable and friendly service, the outcome is magical.

Carmine's is an Italian family-style restaurant. Their menu is mainly Southern Italian cooking

 History

The first Carmine’s store was opened in 1990 by Arthur J. Cutler. Located on Broadway, at 91st Street, its home-style cooking compares to the famous fancy Italian cuisine.

There are six outlets to date across America in places like Washington DC, Atlantis (Bahamas), Las Vegas, New York City, and Atlantic City.

 Review

Its casual Italian Dining is very suitable for families and large groups. Dining here gives the same vibe as Grandma’s house on Sundays or Italian-American wedding reception. They serve their meals in generous portions and the taste is as expected of traditional Southern Italian cooking.

There’s a serving of loads of marinara sauce and tons of garlic. Their food is of excellent quality and has fresh ingredients.

Just about everything on the menu is a must-try; Of course, their spaghetti with marinara sauce is a must-have. There are decadent homemade desserts, too.

The restaurant has a large seating capacity. However, wait times for food to arrive at the table is not that long, depending on the crowd. Therefore, the dinner rush is usually crowded but still manageable.

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