Italian aperitivi & al fresco dining along The High Line.
In Italy, early afternoons may be reserved for riposo (siesta) but early evenings are all about aperitivi - the Italian tradition of pre-dinner drinks accompanied by small bites which dates back to the late 1700s. “Aperitivo” is derived from the Latin word meaning “to open” and aperitivi are designed to open your appetite so that you can enjoy your upcoming meal. Today, aperitivi can still be enjoyed at leisure in cosmopolitan Italian cities such as Milano, Torino, and Roma.
Alta Linea is the Italian-inspired restaurant by restaurateur and beverage expert Joe Campanale, located in the picturesque courtyard garden of The High Line Hotel. Joe Campanale brings you a vibrant beverage list of aperitivi cocktails such as spritzes and negronis (frozen and otherwise) along with a hand-picked wine list of artisanal Italian wines. There is also a full food menu by Chef Francis Peabody, alumnus of dell'anima and Mission Cantina.
Saturday – Sunday: 11am – 3pm
Monday – Friday : 11am – 3pm
Sunday – Thursday: 5pm – 10pm
Friday – Saturday: 5pm – 11pm
As an outdoor cafe, we accept our final tables before the stated closing times. Feel free to call ahead if you're joining us in the evening.
alta linea is open for the season!
The High Line Hotel Garden
180 Tenth Avenue @ 20th Street
New York City 10011
We offer a limited number of reservations daily at 10am for the proceeding dinner and next-day lunch services. Brunch services are sat on a walk-in basis.