The New York Times

"Spiga does a fine variation on the Italian formula. Spiga is small and casual, without even a coat check. It looks like any number of other places. But, dare I say, it's pretty sweet." - Eric Asimov
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The Village Voice

"Located on a quiet, tree-lined side street, Spiga offers a romantic ambience and food good enough to make me want to return."
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New York magazine

"A welcome option for Upper West Siders" - Gael Greene
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"[Spiga has an] offbeat approach to Italian food. Spicy gelatin garnishes burrata, fried cream accompanies pan-roasted pork loin, and desserts get really interesting. For traditionalists, there's mushroom lasagne, pumpkin ravioli, and customized plates of cheeses and cured meats." - Rob Patronite and Robin Raisfeld
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Metromix

"Spiga is rich in thoughtfully creative dishes. Try the lamb with eggplant cutel with caponata and mint sorbet if you're feeling adventurous, or maybe the pan roasted duck. One Italian tradition that they do maintain is the wine list. The restaurant is quant and romantic without being too over the top."
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200 West 84th St, New York NY 10024 | (212) 362-5506