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  • Spaghetti alla Nerano - Tartina's specialty
    Tartina (canapè), a new Italian restaurant on the Upper West Side, definitely serves more than just hors d'oeuvres of Italian tantalizing delicacies, yet it still maintains the same fresh, casual, and cool vibe in a shabby-chic atmosphere. After the successful venture in Midtown, the restaurant has relocated bringing all of the charms of the Italian dolce vita to the Morning Heights neighborhood.
  • Mangiare pizza e dimagrire? Si può! Il tutto dipende da quale pizza si mangia, da come viene preparata e in quale ora della giornata la si assume. L’Executive Chef del ristorante Ribalta a New York, Pasquale Cozzolino, riscopre l’antica tradizione mediterranea mettendo al centro della sua dieta il suo piatto preferito: la pizza, rigorosamente napoletana, che se cucinata ad arte è leggera, nutriente e dietetica. Nel suo libro “The Pizza Diet - How I Lost 100 Pounds and You Can Too!”, il pizzaiolo napoletano si racconta e offre la sua dieta con ricette e consigli sul come si deve mangiare per restare in forma.
  • Eat pizza and lose weight? It can be done! It all depends on what pizza you eat, how it’s prepared, and what time during the day it’s eaten. Pasquale Cozzolino, Executive Chef of the New York restaurant Ribalta, rediscovers the ancient Mediterranean tradition, putting his favorite dish at the center of his diet: pizza. This pizza is the typical Neapolitan one–which, if crafted proprly, is light, nutritious, and low in calories. In his book “The Pizza Diet–How I Lost 100 Pounds and You Can Too!,” the Neapolitan pizza maker tells his story and presents his diet with recipes and advice on how one should eat to stay in shape.
  • Massimo Sola's "Almost Carbonara," last year's best pasta dish in New York
    Attention, foodies! On Friday, June 23, a panel of food experts at the James Beard House will select the winner of this year’s Primo di New York competition, i.e. the pasta dish you’re going to have to try stat!
  • Indivisible - Edoardo De Angelis
    From June 1-7 at the Film Society Lincoln Center, the upcoming festival, in its 17th edition, will once again put the spotlight on contemporary Italian films, featuring eight North American and six New York premieres.
  • Art & Culture
    Life & People
    Kayla Pantano(January 19, 2017)
    At the Italian Cultural Institute of New York, Gianandrea Noseda, an Italian conductor currently in the pit at the Met, and music historian, Harvey Sachs, spoke about the changes opera has experienced over the years and possible solutions for its success in the future.

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