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Scarpetta Menu pricing?

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I know that the pastas are in the mid 20's and entrees range from like $25-$35, but their exact prices aren't on the website. Just wanted to know if anyone had a site where I can see the exact menu prices. I know some hounds are great at digging on the most current menus with up to date pricing. Very much appreciated.

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  1. steakhouse,

    Not only are there no prices on Scarpetta's website (Grrrr!), but the menu isn't even up-to-date (Double Grrrr!!). In addition, I dislike the overall design as I think it's a pain to navigate.

    As far as finding the prices elsewhere on the web, not on MenuPages, Menupix (takes you to the website), or Zagat. I don't know of any other site that might have them.

    If I had known that you wanted this info, I would have taken photos of the pages when we were there last week. There is a chance we'll be going again next Sunday. If we do, and you've not been there yet by then, I'll do that.

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    1. re: RGR

      It looks like the prices are up :) it also looks like they took off that sick sweetbread pasta :(

      1. re: CocHoliday

        Where do you see prices? I went on the website and they aren't there yet.

        1. re: CocHoliday

          ah nymag.com... good find by you.

      2. If you scroll down, you'll see the prices for the "late night bites" menu. I'm not sure how useful that is to you, but at least you'll have a vague idea of what things cost. It's beyond stupid for Scarpetta to be so mysterious about this.

        http://nymag.com/listings/restaurant/...

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        1. re: small h

          Whenever a NYC restaurant does not post prices, but does post its menu, not only is that a pet peeve but it nearly always turns me off to the restaurant. Either they are concerned people will not visit when they see the prices (is the hope then to gouge them once they are seated?) or they have raised prices such that they don't want to advertise that fact.

          On the Scarpetta note, I recently ate at their "branch" in Miami. It was Ok but nothing too outstanding and not the equal to the one in NYC, which I think is good, but not great. Enjoy.