14 Jun The Meatball Shop
I come from a small city in the midwest. Italian food wasn’t a specialty in my neighborhood, so I thought Olive Garden was the upper echelon of all things marinara until I moved to New York City! NY has Italian food on lock, from the famous Arthur Avenue to Little Italy; however, there’s a place that made a name for itself in the meatball industry, and that’s this dope spot called The Meatball Shop! They are some cool cats that really know how to chef up different variations of tasty meatballs and so much more.
What: Mozz balls, Risotto Balls, Buffalo Chicken Balls, Crab Cake Balls, so many kinds of crazy good MEATBALLS on the menu!
When: Mon-Thurs: 11:30am to 1:00am, Fri-Sat: 11:30am to 2:00am
Sun: 11:30 – 12:00am Brunch: Sat & Sun 11:30am to 4pm (CHICKEN SCRAMBALLED EGGS!!!)
Where: 84 Stanton Street, New York, NY
Why: A BUCKET OF BALLS!!!! Grab a few friends for 25 juicy meatballs. Choose your balls and pick your sauce for $60.
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/meatballers/ #ShowUsYourBalls
“Came here on a Friday night with my bf and it was packed! Pls come early. The area is not the largest but it’s cozy. Got greeted by the friendly staff. Got the menu right away.”
“I’m in love with “The Balls”. I had the opportunity to try out the meatballs from The Meatball Shop. They are delicious!”
“I’m in love with the (non-meat) meatball! Cool type of place- the menus are dry-erase and it has a nice ambiance. I’ve never been to this place when it was not packed, but the service is pretty quick so it’s never been a problem.I love this place because of what they believe in. I went when their cocktail proceeds were going to LGBTQ services during Pride, and they are also sustainable by powered by fully renewable energy! Try their bucket of balls if you’re a group. You won’t regret anything. I’m glad this business has taken off!”