I remember, back in 1996, when Circo opened in Midtown, to much acclaim.
I remember how impressed I was, a few years ago, when I discovered Eataly in the Flatiron District.
In 2016, a panini shop in Florence, Italy came to America: Antico Noè opened its first U.S. store on the East Side of Manhattan.
I recently spent an evening with my mom at this friendly new Italian outpost.
Torino Restaurant is a new kid in Midtown West and a standout from its many culinary neighbors.
Last week, I got to try a few dishes at cozy West Village Italian restaurant Pagani.
I had lunch at Da Marcella’s midtown Manhattan location and chatted with the owner over a few of their Italian/Spanish dishes.
Located among the hubbub of Manhattan’s Theater District, Daniela Trattoria is a refreshingly calm escape from the throngs of tourists on Eighth Avenue.
Every September, the Bronx’s Arthur Avenue is home to Ferragosto, a day-long festival celebrating the street’s Italian stores and restaurants.