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  • Pasta Cacio e Pepe. One of the restaurant's special pastas
    Dining in & out
    Samantha Janazzo(March 02, 2018)
    Discover Your Posh Go-To Spot in Venice Beach, Los Angeles
  • Serving a traditional “timballo di maccheroni” at a princely dinner table in Luchino Visconti’s Il Gattopardo (The Leopard)
    When winter comes with its chill and its darkness, so does that ancestral need of human beings to protect themselves from the cold, to protect each other. Togetherness is felt as a natural necessity and nothing brings people together more than food. One of the strongest symbolic representations of sharing, food has always brought Italian families together; its quasi-sacral liturgy—sitting together for supper and eating together during the holidays—is a long-lasting peculiarity of Italian culture.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    i. a.(May 22, 2014)
    After a successful dinner promoting the region of Tuscany, the midtown Italian Restaurant "Piccolo Fiore Ristorante," moves down South offering a regional tasting event with "An evening in Puglia, " to take place June 5th from 7 to 9 PM. Piccolo Fiore Ristorante will be donating twenty dollars from the sales of each ticket s to the National Organization of Italian American Women
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Iwona Adamczyk(March 12, 2014)
    North of Italy meets North of Manhattan in this lively restaurant quickly growing its crowd of followers and establishing itself as a neighborhood’s favorite Italian meeting place.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    sandy amato(March 05, 2014)
    From the city of Romeo and Juliet comes a traditional “risotteria” run by a family that has been in the rice business for ages. The Melottis have a history of cultivating and processing rice according to traditional procedures. They only use their own product, which you can also buy at their Risotteria.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Anthony Paonita(March 09, 2012)
    Italian food shopping, restaurants and home cooking in New York's outer boroughs are not well-known among the several tourists visiting the Big Apple every year. Let's take a closer look at some of the must-know places for Italian specialties in New York City.