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  • Dining in & out
    Amy Riolo(July 11, 2017)
    Panna cotta, Italian for “cooked cream,” is a specialty of northern Italy’s Piedmont region—an area known for its superior dairy products. Panna cotta, or some version of it, has long been popular throughout most of Europe and in other countries along the Mediterranean.
  • The freshly planted Starbucks-sponsored palm trees at the Piazza Duomo were set alight following protests with a racist tinge alleging “Africanization” and the recent outcry over the chain's planned arrival in Italy.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Alberto Baudo(May 18, 2016)
    Why hasn’t Starbucks opened store in Italy until now? Will it succeed? Will it hurt small businesses? Will it change Italians’ habits? Only time will tell, but we can make our modest predictions if we examine the hard data, says Alberto Baudo, owner of Williamsburg’s Fabbrica
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Francine Segan(October 01, 2014)
    Espresso culture in Italy has deep roots. Coffee first appeared in Europe at the port of Livorno, Tuscany, a city that was also home to Europe’s first coffee bar in the early 1600s.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Giulia Madron(July 30, 2014)
    Italians know where to go to have a good coffee. In New York, they found the mecca for the perfect espresso: Zibetto Espresso Bar. Located at 1385 6th Ave, the venue will now open another spot on 42nd and 5th Ave, spreading the real Italian coffee tradition in the Big Apple.
  • Life & People
    Natasha Lardera(August 17, 2011)
    Italians live for their coffee, the sheer number of bars in Italy only shows how serious the locals are with regards to their coffee. But one can easily forget that coffee beans are neither grown nor harvested in any part of Italy. The more appropriate statement is, the best coffee is roasted and blended in Italy.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Susannah Gold(July 13, 2010)
    Italian coffee producers who were present at the Fancy Food show are optimistic about growing US market for their products. Americans, in fact, happen to love Italian coffee, be it cappuccino, espresso or a Latte Macchiato...

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