A royal feast awaits you at Re Sette, a Gothic-inspired dining experience in New York City. Translated as "Seven Kings" in Italian, Re Sette rouses the warmth and revelry of feasting at the king's table, transporting guests to another era with exquisite design and elegant, yet rustic Southern Italian cuisine.Re Sette's design evokes a time when feasting and merrymaking ruled the day. Surrounded by warm candlelight and sterling bowls overflowing with fruits, guests will delight in a communal banquet - a 32-foot "King's Table" that seats up to 40 guests - in the upstairs dining room. Perfect for private occasions or for feasting with new friends, the king's table stands beside a fireplace and offers a view to the restaurant/lounge below. Near the table and locked behind an ornate brass iron gate is Re Sette's extensive wine collection of more than 100 whites, reds, sparkling and ports.